Liverpool may already be the fifth team to beat Watford in the Premier League season but the manner of their victory has impressed the bookmakers.
Claudio Ranieri failed to inspire a new manager bounce at the Hornets, with a Mo Salah-led Liverpool tearing the strugglers to shreds, scoring five without reply.
Robert Firmino bagged a hat-trick but it was Salah who took the plaudits, laying on a fine assist for Sadio Mane to open the scoring before adding another superb individual goal for the Reds' fourth.
The victory extended Liverpool's unbeaten start to the campaign to eight matches, during which time they have scored an impressive 22 times.
They remain a point behind early leaders Chelsea by virtue of three draws, but the bookies seem to be slowly coming around to the merits of Jurgen Klopp's side who are now 7/2 from 4/1 to win the title.
Salah's seventh league goal of the season saw him shorten in the Top Goalscorer and the First to 10 Goals markets.
Salah is 2/1 from 5/2 to head the goalscoring charts come May and is also 2/1 to be the first to 10. Jamie Vardy, also on seven goals, is his main danger in the First to 10 and is priced up at 4/1.
And, while it was the perfect weekend for Liverpool, problems continue to mount for Manchester United.
A 4-2 defeat at Leicester extended their winless run to three games and saw their title odds drift from 16/1 to 28s.
It left under-fire manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer desperately needing a result in their next Premier League outing. Their opponents? Liverpool.