Premier League Relegation Odds
When looking at relegation odds for the Premier League, it's difficult to know the exact three teams who are likely to drop down into the Championship. There are a small number of teams who are widely expected to drop down into the second tier and its unlikely that you'll find the best odds for relegation when betting on these teams. However, as Premier League odds go, betting on relegation is a fantastic way of checking bets that may have better odds and could go the distance, rather than a title race, that, with Manchester City in the league, may be over by March.
Who are our picks to be relegated in 2024?
In pre-season, we believe that Everton would join Luton Town and Sheffield United in being relegated this season. However, Sean Dyche has done a fantastic job as they look to avoid relegation while other Premier League managers have been sacked. Luton Town have picked up more points than many expected while Sheffield United have been poor, even after changing their manager.
It is fellow promoted side Burnley that have been particularly overwhelming with manager Vincent Kompany linked with Champions Manchester City in the Summer - that doesn't look likely anymore. Nottingham Forest are the other team that were dragged into the relegation zone at one point but the sacking of Steve Cooper and hiring of Nuno Espirito Santos looks inspired as Nottingham Forest push away from the drop zone. Could any other teams be dragged into a relegation battle? Most teams are at least six points clear of the drop zone as we go beyond the halfway point of the season.
Premier League: Relegated Teams last 7 seasons
|Leicester City (34)
|Leeds United (31)
|West Brom (26)
|Sheffield United (23)
|Cardiff City (34)
|Swansea City (33)
|Stoke City (33)
|West Brom (31)
|Hull City (34)
Relegation Betting Odds FAQs
Which club has been relegated from the Premier League the most?
Norwich City are the club who have been relegated from the Premier League the most in their history with 6 relegations. (1994/95, 2004/05, 2013/14, 2015/16, 2019/20 and 2021/22).
How many teams have had just one season in the Premier League due to relegation?
Three, after Brentford comfortably survived in 2021/22, Blackpool, Barnsley and Swindon Town are the three teams who were relegated in their first Premier League season and haven't returned back to the league since. Out of these three teams Blackpool could be deemed as unlucky as they were relegated with 39 points in 2010/11. In the 38-game format, only three teams have been relegated with higher points than Blackpool during that season, all three occurrences happened before 2004, so Blackpool's points total would have been enough in any other season between 2003/2004 and the current day.
What is the highest points total a team has been relegated with?
- Crystal Palace are an incredibly unlucky team when it comes to relegation, they have the highest points per game record of any relegated side with 1.16 in 1992/93 where they finished the season with a whopping 49 points in the inaugural Premier League season. They were relegated on goal difference behind Oldham Athletic who were the third-best scorers in the division that season. They were only 14 points behind 5th-placed QPR despite winning just one of their first 14 games. Another stat that makes them unlucky is that Crystal Palace were also the team relegated due to the change from 42 to 38 games which meant a 4th team had to be relegated from the competition, this happened two years later as Palace were this time relegated with 45 points.
Which clubs have never been relegated from the Premier League?
There are seven clubs who have never been relegated from the Premier League, the team that have been in the league the longest is Arsenal - who have been in the top flight since 1919. The other teams that haven't been relegated are: Brighton & Hove Albion, Chelsea, Everton, Liverpool, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur.
Odds for Sheffield United to be relegated
Unfortunately for Sheffield United fans, they are the favourites to be relegated in 2024. At the time of writing, they sit at 1/18 to be relegated - which is one of the worst odds we've seen at this stage of the season in some time.
Odds for Burnley to be relegated
Many Premier League fans expected Burnley to be in a much better position at the halfway stage of the season. However, they sit in a relegation battle and are one of the favourites for the drop. At the time of writing, they sit at 33/100 to be relegated, meaning they are expected to be relegated.
Odds for Luton Town to be relegated
Luton Town were the team everybody expected to be relegated - some even backed Luton to beat Derby's record of least points picked up in a season. However, Luton have picked up some fantastic results and at the time of writing, they sit at 1/2 to be relegated, meaning they are still expected to drop back into the Championship but they are the most likely to survive out of the three promoted clubs.
Odds for Everton to be relegated
If Everton hadn't had their points deductions, they'd be battling for a spot in Europe at the midway point of the season - an excellent job done by Sean Dyche. However, whether or not Everton and Nottingham Forest will receive sanctions for breaking the financial fair play rules in 2024 remains to be seen. If so, their odds will drop down from the 3/1 that Everton are valued at, at time of writing.
Odds for Nottingham Forest to be relegated
Sacking Steve Cooper was a risky decision from the Nottingham Forest board. However, it is one that has seemed to have paid off for fans of the City Ground side. Premier League relegation odds have Forest at 7/4 to be relegated at the time of writing, meaning that if any side was to drop into the relegation zone to replace one of the newly promoted sides, it would be Nottingham Forest.
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