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HypervenomX Proximo IC black Jose Mourinho’s side made the perfect start to the new campaign with three straight wins but a 2-1 loss in the Manchester derby last weekend was followed by defeat to Feyenoord in the Europa League in midweek and the return to domestic duty failed to spark a revival on Sunday.

The Red Devils succumbed to a confident Watford side, who had registered their first league win of the season at West Ham a week ago and followed up with a well-deserved 3-1 triumph at Vicarage Road.

Etienne Capoue opened the scoring for the third time this season after 34 minutes and goals from Juan Camilo Zuniga and Troy Deeney (late penalty) sealed all three points for Walter Mazzari’s Hornets after Marcus Rashford had equalised for the visitors soon after the hour-mark.

magista obra yellow Sky Bet offer 12/1 against seventh-placed United lifting the title, while pushing them out to 4/5 to finish in the top four.

X 16+ Purechaos black Tottenham are 11/10 to finish in the automatic Champions League places for the second year in succession, with Liverpool also cut in the same market following their impressive 2-1 win at Chelsea on Friday evening.

Jurgen Klopp’s side are 2/5, with the Blues on offer at 4/7 and Arsenal 4/6 having seen off Hull City over the weekend.

Liverpool were also slashed in the outright market and are 11/2 second-favourites, with Manchester City now odds-on market leaders at 4/6 after they kept up their perfect record with a 4-0 hammering of Bournemouth on Saturday.

Superfly V Mercurial blue Elsewhere, Stoke manager Mark Hughes was slashed to 10/11 by Sky Bet to be the next top-flight manager to lose his job.

MagistaX P roximo Black The Potters have made a miserable start to the season and were never at the races in Sunday’s 4-1 humbling at the hands of Crystal Palace on Sunday.

Tony Pulis was eased to 3/1 in the betting in light of West Brom’s convincing victory over West Ham, which saw Hammers boss Slaven Bilic cut to 6/1 to be the first man to go.

Bilic was considered one of the standout performers of last season, guiding the club to seventh in the table, but with four defeats from five league games plus a Europa League exit, 2016/17 has not gone to plan thus far.