Premier League outright betting: Who are the favourites as we enter the November international break?

Liverpool are the current league leaders but who are the bookmakers' favourites? Credit: 2016 Getty Images/Clive Brunskill

With the November internationals bringing another temporary break from Premier League action, it's the perfect time to browse the outright markets and seek potential value for your bets.

Here, we take a look at Coral's latest odds for the Premier League outright and analyse each club's realistic chances, starting with the current favourites Manchester City:

Manchester City - 11/5

Despite dropping to third, with just one win from their last five league outings, City remain the bookies' favourites at 11/5. With Pep Guardiola at the helm and the likes of Sergio Aguero, Kevin de Bruyne and David Silva at their disposal, it's easy to see why, but their 2-0 defeat at Spurs followed by draws with Everton, Southampton and Middlesbrough has shown the rest of the league that the Sky Blues do have frailties, especially in defence.

After the international break, City faced three consecutive away trips to Palace, Borussia Monchengladbach in the Champions League and then Burnley, which will show us if they are truly title favourites or not. 

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Liverpool - 12/5

Jurgen Klopp's Reds have arguably been the best side this season, topping the table with 26 points from their opening 11 games. They have just a sole defeat on their record, a surprise 2-0 loss at Burnley, but they've won seven of their last nine outings and look deadly in attack, scoring 30 times already. 

The added benefit for Liverpool supporters is that there are no European distractions this season and with Klopp in charge they have a manager that's been there and done it before. Their attacking trio of Roberto Firmino, Philippe Coutinho and Sadio Mane has the perfect balance between workrate, flair and speed, which has terrorised defences since they put four past Arsenal on the opening day of the season.

The only frailty is in defence. They've shipped 14 goals already this season which is more than any other side in the top seven, but if they can plug the gaps at the back they'll be real contenders for the title this season.

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Chelsea - 11/4

After a couple of setbacks against Liverpool and Arsenal, Chelsea are back to their best and are now just one point behind Liverpool. Antonio Conte seems to have already figured out his best formation, an attacking 3-4-3 he made famous with both Juventus and Italy, incorporating Eden Hazard, Diego Costa and Pedro in an attacking force as ruthless as the one Klopp has assembled.

What's more, David Luiz seems to have settled back in to life in west London, forming a stronghold with Gary Cahill and Cesar Azpilicueta in a hard-to-beat back three. The Blues haven't conceded in their last five games, which have all been wins, and they've managed to score 16 times in that time too.

Most recently, they dispatched Everton 5-0, but they also swept aside Manchester United 4-0 and champions Leicester 3-0 too. Eden Hazard seems to have rediscovered the form that made him unstoppable in Chelsea's Premier League title campaign two seasons ago, and if the Belgian maestro can avoid injury, the trophy could be returning to Stamford Bridge come the end of May. 

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Arsenal - 13/2

Arsenal haven't won the title since the 03/04 season, a fact that frustrates all Gunners supporters. Arsene Wenger has overseen the club's move to the Emirates while operating a tight budget in the transfer market, but has splashed the cash in recent seasons on Alexis Sanchez, Mesut Ozil, Granit Xhaka and Skhodran Mustafi.

The foursome now make up the spine of Arsenal's side and have all played crucial roles in their rise to fourth, two points behind leaders Liverpool but still above their arch-rivals Spurs.

The 1-1 draw in the north London derby last time out will leave many thinking Wenger's side don't have enough to be crowned champions this year, but they're unbeaten since the opening day and have won seven of their last nine matches.

Alexis Sanchez is in red-hot form and now leads the line for the Gunners, with Theo Walcott trying to re-ignite his career on the right side of midfield and Alex Iwobi emerging as a promising talent on the left. Can Arsene Wenger's wealth of attacking options take them to their first title in 13 years?

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Tottenham - 18/1

If 13 years seemed like a long time, Tottenham's stretch back to 1961 is signficantly worse. Last season was arugably their greatest ever opportunity to win a first Premier League title, but Mauricio Pochettino's side were unable to chase down Leicester and they ended up finishing 3rd after a 5-1 thumping at already relegated Newcastle on the final day of the season.

This time around, they're unbeaten after their first 11 games but four draws in a row has seen them fall to fifth. They've scored half as many times as Liverpool and have looked shy in front of goal, especially with the absence of Harry Kane, but last season's top goal scorer returned on the weekend and marked the occasion with a goal at Arsenal.

They say defences win championships and if that's the case Spurs could be on to a winner. They've only conceded six times this season, considerably less than any other side, and with Toby Alderweireld returning after the internationals they'll only become even sturdier at the back.

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