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Relegation Betting Odds For The English Premier League

The new crop of promoted sides look to be making things interesting for punters in the English Premier League as we saw some really solid contests evolve over the opening weekend of fixtures in the most popular sporting league in the world. With three new sides that have big expectations for this season, many see this year’s relegation dogfight as one that could wind up going down to the final day. 

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Typically in the English Premier League you have one no-hoper side come up from the Championship and wind up sitting at a miniscule price for the drop for most of the season. This time around, no side is odds-on for relegation and there looks to be any of about six teams that could wind up dropping through the trap door down to the Championship. 

Fulham remain the most likely team for the drop and punters will find the London-based side available at a best price of around even money at the moment. They were disposed of 3-0 by Arsenal with relative ease in the opening contest of the season and they look like they will have to make additional signings or perhaps change up their tactics if they want to compete against the sides they need to beat to maintain their English Premier League presence. 

West Brom are the second favourites for the relegation race and they were also beaten 3-0 by Leicester City - a side that definitely played to their potential on the day. The Baggies will be looking to make the most of their return to the top flight and you can bank on them to figure things out eventually. 

West Brom can be backed around an 11/10 shout to finish above the top three relegation places. 

Aston Villa are the next favoured side to go down and they are available around a 9/4 price tag for the drop while Crystal Palace are close by with a listing of around 10/3. Burnley are trading at an identical price and the bookmakers seem to think that one of those three will go down to the Championship next year. 

Leeds United, the other promoted side, can be backed around a hefty 9/2 price to be relegated at the end of the season. 


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