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Relegation Odds

Relegation odds

Who will be relegated from Premier League 2021?

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Who will be relegated from the 2020/21 Premier League?

The 2019/20 Premier League season saw Norwich City, Watford and Bournemouth relegated to the EFL Championship whereas Leeds, West Bromwich Albion and Fulham joined the division following their promotion.

Sheffield United have started one of the worst Premier League campaigns in recent history following 1 win from 18 matches leaving them in 20th place. The previous season saw Sheffield United finish 9th in a hugely impressive season for the club. This year hasn’t been as successful and looks like it will end in relegation for the Blades.

West Bromwich Albion ended up in 19th place on 11 points after 18 matches. They also went through a managerial change by sacking Slaven Bilić and bringing in Sam Allardyce in December 2020. They have some players who can change a game such as Matheus Pereira, Grady Diangana and Conor Gallagher who’ll all need to be firing if they are to survive the drop.

Despite having games in hand over their relegation rivals, Fulham found themselves in the relegation zone after 16 games and only 2 wins to their name. They also have top players such as Aleksandar Mitrovic, André Zambo Anguissa, Tom Cairney and Ivan Cavaleiro who’ll be critical to Fulham’s fight for survival.

Burnley have been one of the most consistent Premier League sides over the past few years, however, have started showing some cracks in their 2020/21 campaign. They sit in 17th one place above the relegation zone following 4 wins from 17 matches. Manager Sean Dyche has been in this position before and will believe his squad that includes the likes of Chris Wood, James Tarkowski and Nick Pope has what it takes to survive the drop. Other sides who could be in a relegation battle are sides such as Brighton and Hove Albion, Newcastle United and Crystal Palace.