Premier League relegation race: Odds and tips 2021/22

Sean Daichi's Burnley has been flirting with relegation all season

The race is on for survival in the Premier League, as teams strive to avoid the shame of relegation to the Championship next season.

After promotion under Daniel Farke, Norwich have been the favorites all season to relegate to the second tier and continue their recent history of yo-yo between the two divisions, while several Premier League players have joined this year.

With a survival value of over £100m a year, this is where the great 101 goals in relegation odds for 2021/22 Premier League and favorites teams for relegation emerge.

landing favourites

Norwich Looks destined to face downside at 1/150 With the Canary Islands losing six of their last eight matches. Dean Smith’s team is also seven points behind. Despite the 2-0 win over Burnley, they remained in 20th place with the other teams around them scooping the points as well.

Watford They suffered another setback in their attempt to survive as they were crushed at home by Leeds United. Roy Hodgson’s team lost 3-0 to the visitors to take four losses from their last five matches. The Hornets are now six points away from their safety zone and face a very difficult task to stay awake It’s 1/25 to go down.

The bottom three are once again starting to really take shape and Burnley We look forward to you being an essential part of it. By Shun Daichi now 4/11 to end their stay in the Premier League. Clarett has now lost five of their last six matches as they were unable to follow up on their win over Everton. The Lancashire Club is 18 and four points away from the safety zone.

Josh Sargent scored in the decisive victory over Watford

Josh Sargent scored in a vital win over Watford (Photo by Kathryn Eiffel/Getty Images)

keep strangers away

Jesse Marsh had a bad influence on Leeds United who are now going to stay in first class. South Yorkshire’s side have now won three of their last four games to move nine points off the bottom three. Leeds is still in the fight to survive, but the odds of it falling back are starting to grow 8/1.

Frank Lampard Everton They produced a positive reaction to their defeat at Bunyere when they beat Manchester United at Goodison Park. The Toffees won 1-0 with Anonthy Gordon scoring the only goal of the match. They are now four points above the bottom three and they are 5/2 to go down.

Brentford The astonishing recovery continued over the weekend as they defeated West Ham United. The Bee team won the London derby 2-0 to take their four wins in their last five matches. The previous week, they also achieved one of their biggest results ever when they beat West London rivals Chelsea 4-1 at Stamford Bridge. Now it looks like they are ready to stay in the Premier League and they are 66/1 to do. Thomas Frank’s team is 14th and 12 points above the bottom three.

Newcastle united He responded to three cross-legged defeats by defeating Wolverhampton. The Toon Army won 1-0 at St James’ Park and should now be safe, 10 points behind them from the bottom three. The side odds for Eddie Howe to face the decline are now 50/1 after their victory over Wolverhampton.

The signing of Kieran Trippier is expected to be crucial to Newcastle's survival hopes

The signing of Kieran Trippier is expected to be crucial to Newcastle’s survival hopes (Photo by Ian McNicol/Getty Images)

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