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Premier League Relegation Odds

Now that Project Restart has been proposed to all 20 member clubs, the Premier League
could well be set to make a return behind closed doors within the next two months.
With a quarter of the Premier League season still left to play, there are still many questions
left to answer, such as who will take up the remaining potential three Champions League
and Europa League places for next season.

However, with the fate of the Premier League title all but sewn up and on its way to
Liverpool, almost certainly the most pressing issue left to resolve in the 2019/20 season is
which three teams will face the drop.

It has been revealed that the bottom six teams in the Premier League – Norwich City, Aston
Villa, Bournemouth, Watford, West Ham United and Brighton and Hove Albion – will only
support completing the season with relegation if the idea of neutral venues is scrapped.
There is a solid gap between the bottom six and the rest of the Premier League table, with
15th-placed Brighton currently five points behind Southampton in 14th, who do not look in
immediate danger of relegation.

Instead, it seems as if the identity of the three relegation places will be contested by six
teams heading into the remaining quarter of the campaign. Norwich are undoubtedly the
team in the weakest position coming into the final matches, finding themselves bottom of the
table and six points off of safety.

Aston Villa are next in 19th with 25 points, but are the only team to have a game in hand on
their rivals and would leave the relegation zone if they could win that game. Then come
three teams grouped together on 27 points in Bournemouth, Watford and West Ham,
highlighting how important goal difference could also prove to be when all is said and done.

Brighton are top of the six time mini-league with 29 points but have won just six games in the
Premier League all season, a record which sees only Norwich City have fewer wins to their
name at this stage of the campaign. Brighton also face arguably the toughest run-in with
Arsenal, Leicester, Manchester United, Liverpool and Manchester City all still to play.
It is set to be an unprecedented end to the Premier League season and one which will
almost certainly leave multiple clubs unhappy with the manner in which their season will end,
but it’s looking increasingly likely that it will be played to a conclusion.
Below, we have picked out the current relegation odds in the Premier League:

Premier League Relegation Odds
Norwich City – 1/20
Aston Villa – 4/11
Bournemouth – 5/6
West Ham United – 2/1
Watford – 9/4
Brighton and Hove Albion – 11/4
Newcastle United – 20/1

Southampton – 28/1

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