Early Premier League title odds are usually a good way of predicating the way the table will be looking come May.
In an unpredictable environment, such as the Premier League, it has always been easy to whittle down the title contenders to two, maybe three, competitors from season-to-season.
The same looked to be the case this year with Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea looking the only clubs capable of challenging.
However, just six match days in and the Premier League has been turned on its head. The top three contain none of the three early favourites with Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham fighting it out at the top.
Here we take a look at how the betting odds have changed since August 1st.