Spurs were cut in Sky Bet's top-four betting on Sunday as they beat Everton and Man Utd were held by Fulham.
Emmanuel Adebayor's strike gave Tottenham a 1-0 win over Everton at White Hart Lane in the early kick-off, before a dramatic 2-2 draw at Old Trafford.
Steve Sidwell fired the Cottagers in front in the first half, and despite goals from Robin van Persie (78) and Michael Carrick (80), United had to settle for a point after Darren Bent's equaliser in the fourth minute of added time.
Spurs were cut to 11/4 from 4/1 for a top-four finish with Sky Bet following the vital win over one of their chief rivals in the race for European qualification.
Everton are now 9/1 from 11/2 to qualify for the Champions League as they failed to take advantage of the chances they created at Spurs.
Manchester United are now nine points behind fourth-placed Liverpool with a vastly inferior goal difference and they are 9/2 to finish in the top four.
David Moyes was cut to 16/1 from 28s by Sky Bet in their 'next manager to leave post' market.
Fulham's Rene Meulensteen is the 6/4 favourite in the betting, but his team were eased to 2/5 from 4/11 to get relegated following their valuable draw.