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Premier League Relegation Odds

Premier League newcomers West Brom and Fulham face an immediate return to the Premier League, but fellow new boys Leeds United won’t be involved in the battle for survival in the 2020/21 season.

That is the verdict of the bookmakers ahead of the start of the new campaign in which Manchester City are odds-on favourites to dethrone Liverpool and return to the top of the Premier League standings.

While it is predicted to be a two-way fight at the top, with Chelsea and Manchester United given a glimmer of hope, the other end looks a little more interesting with a host of teams at relatively short prices to be relegated.

Bet365 bonus codes allow you to bet on the Premier League relegation at bet365, and below we discuss who the candidates are to drop out of the top flight.

West Brom: The Baggies came up automatically, but Slaven Bilić’s side are favourites for a quick return to the Championship. It’s around even money that West Brom will end up in the bottom three.

Fulham: Play-off final winners Fulham are only marginally bigger than West Brom, with 11/10 generally available that they don’t last more than a season in the Premier League. Scott Parker’s side have had the least time to prepare for the season.

Aston Villa: Villa’s draw on the final day of the season at Everton kept them in the Premier League. They spent big after winning the play-off final the previous year, and didn’t get value for money. At 7/4, Dean Smith’s side are tipped for another campaign of struggle, particularly if Jack Grealish leaves.

Crystal Palace: Roy Hodgson turned Palace into a dour side, but they were comfortably mid-table in the end last season. Arguably 14th isn’t what Palace fans want, but there was never any danger of relegation. It is 2/1 that they go down this year.

Newcastle United: Steve Bruce’s side finished a place and a point ahead of Palace last season, but the failed takeover and lack of spending has left the Magpies firmly in the relegation frame. Odds of 9/4 suggest Toon fans could have something to worry about again.

Burnley: Sean Dyche’s side have been relegated before, but they seem pretty short at 10/3 for a side which finished 10th last season and won 15 of 38 games. Are they under priced or is a season of struggle in store?

Sheffield United: Last year’s surprise package, Sheffield United finished ninth despite ending the season with three defeats. The big question mark is whether they can repeat that dream first year back in the Premier League? Will teams have figured them out? The Blades are also 10/3 for relegation.

Brighton: Brighton finished below Palace and Newcastle last season, but are longer odds for the drop. It’s 7/2 that Albion finish in the bottom three. There was a lot to like about the style of play Graham Potter introduced at the Amex, but can they repeat it and improve?

Leeds United: Championship winners Leeds are finally back in the big time, and bookmakers don’t expect it to be a short-lived return. Marcelo Bielsa’s side are 7/2 to disappear back to the second tier as quickly as they came up. They were dominant winners of the Championship and some big games are in store.

West Ham: David Moyes’ side ended 16th, just five points clear of relegation. Things turned for the better after he returned to the hot seat, but the Hammers’ form was still mixed. They need to be a lot more consistent to avoid another scrap at the bottom. West Ham are also 7/2 for relegation.