Albion betting odds

A Jamie Mackie double ensured Brighton fell to defeat at the Madjeski Stadium on Tuesday.

Albion's Inigo Calderon and Lewis Dunk celebrate a goal. Picture by Angela Brinkhurst
Albion's Inigo Calderon and Lewis Dunk celebrate a goal. Picture by Angela Brinkhurst

Chris O’Grady netted from the spot but Mackie bagged a second just before the break to end a run of three straight league defeats for Reading.

The defeat leaves Albion nine points clear of the relegation zone and BetVictor have them priced at 16/1 to drop into League 1.

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Brighton are the 13/10 favourites to overcome Wolves at the Amex on Saturday, while a draw is 12/5 with the same price for an away success.

Albion have won their previous three home matches and you can get odds of 4/1 if they are to achieve the same feat with both sides netting.

The Premier League returns with seven teams battling it out for a top-four finish, however realistically it looks a five-way go for third and fourth place. Chelsea are now 1/8 favourites to be crowned champions after Manchester City’s slip-up last weekend at Anfield; Manuel Pellegrini’s side the 13/2 outsiders of two with BetVictor to retain their Premier League crown.

The Citizens should make inroads on Chelsea when travelling to Burnley in Saturday’s late kick-off and put the onus on Jose Mourinho’s men ahead of Southampton’s visit to Stamford Bridge on Sunday.

Chelsea are 11/20 favourites with BetVictor to inch ever-nearer to further silverware for the ‘special one’, the Saints 6/1 and the draw 16/5. Ronald Koeman’s side enjoyed an excellent start to the season before struggling thereafter and are fancied to be miss out on a top-four finish and be readily despatched on Sunday; Chelsea 6/4 with BetVictor win the game to nil, appealing alongside the 2-0 correct score at 13/2.

The second leg of Sky’s Super Sunday sees Manchester United host Spurs at Old Trafford, and the visitors taken to cause something of an upset; the Red Devils 10/11 favourites with BetVictor, Mauricio Pochettino’s side 10/3 and the draw 11/4.

United were turned over 2-1 by Arsenal in the FA Cup on Monday and North London rivals Spurs can seal an emphatic double, with in-form hotshot Harry Kane the man to fire them to victory.

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