Will the Premier League new boys be sent straight back down to the Championship or will it be some of the established top-flight regulars who face the dreaded drop?
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Norwich Relegation Odds
Daniel Farke’s Norwich City topped the 2020/21 Championship table and by some margin. However, he was dismissed in early November after a poor start to the season and replaced by Dean Smith. Under the former Villa boss, the Canaries went on a dire eight-game winless run but have since won the last two, giving them a glimmer of hope.
Watford Relegation Odds
Watford are naturally sacking and appointing as the season wears on, getting rid of Xisco as early as October 3, before recently severing ties with Claudio Ranieri. Roy Hodgson now looks set to test his luck at Vicarage Road, and fans will be hoping his experience and pedigree can steer them clear of the drop.
Burnley Relegation Odds
Burnley sit bottom of the pile, but they’ve only played 18 games. That said, Sean Dyche’s men have won just one game this season, naturally the lowest in the division, and face three of the ‘Big Six’ in their next six games. To compound their misery, star striker Chris Wood has joined Newcastle and Maxwel Cornet is at Afcon with Ivory Coast. However, Dyche is a tactical warrior and will back himself to turn the tide.
Newcastle Relegation Odds
Newcastle flirted with the bottom three for the majority of the 2020/2021 campaign before eventually pulling away, and it seems they are facing a similar predicament this time around. With Eddie Howe at the helm, and what seems like an endless supply of money, the Magpies will fancy their chances of staying in the division and then kicking on with their aspirations to become a super club.
Everton Relegation Odds
Rafa Benitez just didn’t work out. What seemed like a mismatch at the start, ending up being just that. The Toffees now find themselves managerless and only two places above the bottom three. Interim boss Duncan Ferguson has been tasked with steadying the ship while Farhad Moshiri sets to work on appointing Benitez’s successor, but the longer the search goes on, the more Everton risk getting dragged into danger.
Brentford Relegation Odds
Despite this being their first ever season in the Premier League, Brentford have looked at home in the top flight. Thomas Frank’s men have claimed the scalps of some huge clubs, including Arsenal and West Ham, while their 3-3 draw with Liverpool underpins their goalscoring drive. The Bees are just four places above the drop zone, but will feel confident of not getting dragged into a relegation dogfight like their fellow promotion counterparts.
Leeds Relegation Odds
Leeds United were the league’s true entertainers under Marcelo Bielsa in their first season back in the top flight, but a poor start to the new campaign had some pundits questioning whether they can replicate those achievements at the start of this season. They’ve looked erratic at times, and just when it looks like they may be pulling away, recently beating West Ham and Burnley in consecutive games, they produce a clanger, losing to Newcastle last time out. They are so unpredictable, they could genuinely go either way.