Who will beat United first?

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Manchester United are 9/1 with Ladbrokes to remain unbeaten for the rest of the season.

The current 4/6 favourites for the league are 6/1 to lose their first game away at Blackpool and it’s 10/1 their first loss comes when they travel to the Emirates.

Arsenal remain the 7/2 second favourites for the league with Chelsea 8/1 chances. Local rivals Manchester City are 6/1 for the league with the same price applying should they be the first team to beat United before any other side when they meet at Old Trafford in January.

Alex Donohue of Ladbrokes said: “United remain unbeaten and in pole position for the league. They now face potentially tricky ties both away to Blackpool and at home to local and title rivals City who would both love to take their scalp.”

Ladbrokes latest betting

Who will be the first team to beat Man Utd in the League this season?
22-Jan Barclays Premier League Birmingham H – 14/1
25-Jan Barclays Premier League Blackpool A – 6/1
01-Feb Barclays Premier League Aston Villa H – 12/1
05-Feb Barclays Premier League Wolves A – 8/1
12-Feb Barclays Premier League Man City H – 6/1
26-Feb Barclays Premier League Wigan A – 12/1
01-Mar Barclays Premier League Chelsea A – 4/1
06-Mar Barclays Premier League Liverpool A – 10/1
19-Mar Barclays Premier League Bolton H – 20/1
02-Apr Barclays Premier League West Ham A – 20/1
09-Apr Barclays Premier League Fulham H – 28/1
16-Apr Barclays Premier League Newcastle United A – 25/1
23-Apr Barclays Premier League Everton H – 40/1
30-Apr Barclays Premier League Arsenal A – 10/1
07-May Barclays Premier League Chelsea H – 16/1
14-May Barclays Premier League Blackburn A – 50/1
22-May Barclays Premier League Blackpool H – 100/1
Unbeaten 9/1

Barclays Premier League 2010/11
Winner
Manchester Utd – 4/6
Arsenal – 7/2
Manchester City – 6/1
Chelsea – 8/1

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Robbie Morris

Robbie studied sports journalism at the University of Gloucestershire, an establishment chosen for its proximity to Cheltenham racecourse, where he was a season ticket holder. Upon graduation, Robbie was a contributor to GolfPunk, a national magazine aimed at ridding golf of its traditionalist image, before joining the news.ladbrokes team.