Premier League 2020/21 Relegation Betting Odds

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Straight back down?

Fulham’s hard-fought victory over neighbours Brentford in the Championship play-off final means that the Cottagers will make a swift return back up to the Premier League at the first time of asking following their relegation at the end of 2018/19. Nevertheless the big question is, can they manage to achieve what they failed to do two seasons ago and actually remain in the top-flight for more than a single campaign?

 

Unconvincing

As things stand, newly-promoted Fulham aren’t actually favourites to drop straight back down to the Championship, this particular accolade belong to another promoted side, namely West Bromwich Albion. The Baggies were far from convincing in the latter stages of the 2019/20 campaign and they can be backed at best odds of 5/4 to return back from whence they came, some bookies even going as low as odds-on.

 

Disparity in market

This has resulted in Fulham being pushed back to second favourites in the betting market with some firms going 11/8 on the Cottagers. There is plenty of disparity in the market however with a handful of operators going odds-on that Fulham find themselves dropping back down to the Championship.

 

Biggest movers

Of the three newly-promoted sides, Championship winners Leeds United are expected to fare best with the Whites sitting ninth in the relegation betting market at best odds of 4/1, behind the likes of Aston Villa, Crystal Palace, Burnley and Newcastle United. Indeed the Magpies have been the biggest movers in the market with bookmakers slashing their odds from a general 6/1 to as low as 9/4 thanks to the failure of the Saudi takeover.

 

Premier League Relegation 2020/21 Odds from William Hill Bookmakers

 

Evens – West Bromwich Albion

Evens – Fulham

2/1  –  Aston Villa

9/4  –  Crystal Palace

5/2  –  Newcastle United

3/1  –  Burnley

10/3 –  Sheffield United

10/3 –  Brighton & Hove Albion

7/2  –  Leeds United

4/1  –  West Ham United

6/1  –  Southampton