latest premier league relegation odds

Latest Premier League Relegation Odds

It’s the time of year when everyone checks the latest Premier league relegation odds. Especially those who support the teams that are fancied to get kicked down into the Championship! There will be a number of teams battling it out to avoid going down, and we look at the contenders below.

For some time it looked like the table was going to be turned completely on its head. People were even searching to find what are the odds on Chelsea being relegated for some time as they struggled to turn things round.

What Are The Latest Premier League Relegation Odds 2016 / 17?

The latest Premier League Relegation Odds that we have for you are as follows, with a link to the bookies offering them! From Premier League relegation odds William Hill offer to Betfair, we’ll have them all for you.

TeamsLatest Odds/BookiesLink To Offer/Free Bet
Hull City8/13 at BetfredClick here for the offer!
BurnleyEvens at Paddy PowerClick here for the offer!
Middlesbrough7/4 at BetfredClick here for the offer!
Watford9/4 at CoralClick here for the offer!
West Brom9/2 at SkyBetClick here for the offer!
Sunderland5/2 at Bet365Click here for the offer!
Bournemouth10/3 at CoralClick here for the offer!
Swansea4/1 at Bet365Click here for the offer!

Who Are The Teams Likely To Be In A Relegation Battle?

We look at those teams likely to be down there battling.

Burnley – everything about Burnley seems to be screaming ‘relegation’ for me again, but I’m not sure why. They did very well to get promoted last season, winning the title along the way. Despite the fact that they aren’t signing huge names they will be a hard team to beat and shouldn’t get thrashed by many teams. Might go down but could be unlucky to do so – certainly won’t finish bottom.

Leicester City – I had to put them back in the mix here purely because a lot of people are putting big money on them to go down. The rumours about players such as Mahrez leaving won’t go away and Kante has already gone. With a Champions League campaign coming up too they’ll have a lot of game to play. Personally I think they’ll be happy with a mid-table finish and a run of games against teams such as Real Madrid which can’t be bad.

Middlesbrough – this’ll be an interesting one. The manager, Karanka, nearly left last season before changing his mind and they have been investing already. A number of acute signings that will give their first team added quality was added to by Alvaro Negredo, the ex-Man City striker. He scored some fantastic goals in his short stay with City before being dropped and sold quite quickly. The reasons around that move are slightly mysterious but if they get him confident and happy he could be a bargain for them.

Bournemouth – Eddie Howe’s side did themselves proud last season. Although they were struck by a number of key injuries prior to the season kicking off they managed to win some key games early on and stay away from the danger zone completely. They are spending money again this season on young players from bigger sides’ reserve squads. Whether that’ll turn out to be a wise move or not remains to be seen.

Sunderland – Well Big Sam has gone but David Moyes has stepped in instead. This could be a very good move for them as he should be able to shore up the Sunderland defence and get them playing good football. Jermaine Defoe will be happy to lead the line again, especially as Big Sam might pick him for England. I think they’ll be around the bottom 5 come the end of the season but will be relatively safe throughout.

Hull City – lucky to get up to the Premier League via the play-offs. Not spent any money so far in the close season. Key players injured ahead of the start of the season. Now manager-less following Steve Bruce’s flounce from the hot-seat meaning that this is all leading up to one thing. Hull City will win the Premier League. Or they’ll get relegated. Probably the latter, but after tipping Leicester to go down last year I’m keeping my options open. The latest Premier League Relegation Odds for them will be very slight.

West Brom – it’s make or break time for the Baggies. They really should kick on every season, but instead they seem to be regressing and I can see them definitely being involved in a battle for the drop. The Berahino situation will be key. If they can sell him early and reinvest well they might be able to stay up, but leaving an unhappy player on the bench could see them drop back down into the Championship.

What Happened Last Season?!?

Well last season was the most bizarre Premier League campaign we’ve ever seen. The team that most people predicted would finish bottom won the whole blooming thing. Meanwhile two of the teams that did actually get relegated were established Premier league sides who spent far more than the ‘smaller’ teams around them. It showed that a lot of spirit and a small number of talented players can go a long way.

The latest premier league relegation odds 2015/16 had teams such as Leicester as favourites, but Watford, Sunderland and Bournemouth were all heavily backed. Those teams are no doubt going to be amongst the favourites to go down on this occasion too alongside the promoted teams. We’ll have a look at the premier league relegation odds paddy power will offer amongst other companies to make sure you get the best offers.

What Are The Premier League Relegation Odds To Stay Up?

The flip-side of the odds that are given for teams to go down is of course those for teams to stay up! We’ve provided those Premier League relegation odds to stay up for you to have a think about too!

TeamsLatest Odds/BookiesLink To Offer/Free Bet
Hull City8/13 at BetfredClick here for the offer!
BurnleyEvens at Paddy PowerClick here for the offer!
Middlesbrough7/4 at BetfredClick here for the offer!
Watford9/4 at CoralClick here for the offer!
West Brom9/2 at SkyBetClick here for the offer!
Sunderland5/2 at Bet365Click here for the offer!
Bournemouth10/3 at CoralClick here for the offer!
Swansea4/1 at Bet365Click here for the offer!

So my picks would be Hull City, Burnley and Bournemouth to go down, but it will go to the wire. Check back throughout the season for the latest Premier League Relegation Odds!