After a dramatic Saturday the bookies’ relegation odds picture has changed significantly.

Going into the weekend the points totals and goal differences of the five contenders were as follows:

38 Aston Villa -20

37 Leicester -13

36 Sunderland -20

36 Newcastle -24

34 Hull -16 

The Bookies odds for the last relegation spot were 2/5 Hull, 4/1 Sunderland 13/2 Newcastle, 22/1 Leicester and 50/1 Villa.

The league now shows:

38 Aston Villa -25

38 Leicester -13

37 Sunderland -20

36 Newcastle -25

34 Hull -18 

With Leicester and Villa now safe, we are down to three contenders and the remaining fixtures are:

Hull (Man Utd Home)

Newcastle (West Home Home)

Sunderland (Arsenal Away, Chelsea Away)

Over at BetVictor the current relegation odds are now:

1/6 Hull

5/1 Newcastle

12/1 Sunderland

For me, I just can’t see Newcastle beating West Ham, as Alan Shearer said on Saturday night you cannot imagine United winning anything at the minute.

If Newcastle fail to beat West Ham then it simply comes down to whether Hull beat Manchester United.

NUFC are remarkably odds on (37/40) to beat West Ham, whilst Hull are 27/10 to beat Man Utd.

Much talk has centred on Steve Bruce never having beaten his old club in 17 years as a manager but on this final day we all know anything is impossible…whether that includes a Newcastle win is anybody’s guess.

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  • mrkgw

    Sadly, we will go down as Hull will get a result. Ashley has wrecked our club. I dont think that he goes to games or even cares. Its probably his way of sticking one on the supporters. The silence from the board is deafening. Disgrace.

  • SGM

    mrkgw Hull need to win, not just get a result.

  • Sickandtiredstill

    If Arsenal beat the Mancs today they secure a top 3 spot, leaving the ManU season finished. Would anyone really bet they will do their best to beat Hull under those circumstances and miss the chance to boot us out the PL? I think they’s “love it, just love it” if we were to go down.

  • Malcolm Bell

    My Steven backed Hull a few weeks ago when they were 7/4 so am hoping he is right….means we both stop up !!

  • jtk2015

    pardew out!

  • Bill Hardwick

    Even if Hull do win, should Sunderland lose their last two games by +5 goals then a draw for Newcastle would put them above Sunderland.

    Bill H