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Relegation Odds

Relegation odds

Who will be relegated from Premier League 2018?

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With 2016/17 Barclays premier league season coming to an end lets analyze the prediction about the teams that are going to be relegated next season. Chelsea Football club are the PL winners for season 2017/18. Hull City, Middlesbrough and Sunderland were relegated to championship.


Watford achieved their minimum aim for the season by staying up, but Walter Mazzarri lost the dressing room and his job in the process. The Hornets looked set for a top half finish before a run of six successive defeats saw them end just one place above the relegation zone.

The aim for the Pozzo family must be to find and appoint a manager who will remain in the job for over a season. The Hornets' are going through managers like they're going out of fashion. It will eventually catch up with them. Loosing points in away game will be the key factor in failure of Watford next season. If they don't find some kind of stability, I think it could take its toll. I expect there will be another big turnover in players. A lot will depend on their recruitment - and whether they can find the right manager.

Prediction: 18th


Although striker Danny Ings left along with two key members of their back four, Burnley managed to retain several of the squad that had represented them with great character in the Premier League. Sam Vokes was fit and firing again ready for a promotion push, but what really tipped the balance in their favor was the signings of the experienced Joey Barton, and prolific Brentford striker Andre Gray for £9m. After no wins in three to begin, some suggested they might have been suffering something of a hangover, but four straight wins soon put those thoughts to rest, although as the weeks drifted by towards Christmas a large number of drawn matches halted their progress and a run of just one win in seven culminating in a Boxing Day defeat at Hull City left them clinging on to a play-off place.

Prediction: 19th


Burnley stayed up for the first time in their Premier League history, and were never in danger of dropping back down to the Championship. Sean Dyche's side enjoyed an excellent home record that was the bedrock of their survival in the top-flight. With Michael Keane almost certain to leave for Manchester United or another top-six club, and 10-goal striker Andre Gray’s future uncertain as he enters the final year of his contract, a new center-back and another striker might well be at the top of Dyche’s shopping list. Inconsistent performance in a tough league like BPL will be the key factor in their possible relegation next year.

Prediction: 20th