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Premier League relegation odds after close of transfer window

1 year ago
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Interesting to look at the Premier League relegation odds after the closing of the summer transfer window.

Only three matches played so far by each team but already there are pointers to how each are going to do, with many going for last minute action in the transfer market to improve their chances of survival.

Then we have Newcastle United! Only one signing in the final 34 days of this summer transfer window, but how do the bookies see it?

These are the Premier League relegation odds for each club, the odds generally available from various bookies:

10/11 Brighton

6/4 Burnley

7/4 Crystal Palace

7/4 Huddersfield

2/1 Swansea

5/2 Bournemouth

7/2 Newcastle United

4/1 West Ham

4/1 Watford

8/1 West Brom

9/1 Stoke

20/1 Leicester

40/1 Southampton

The Premier League table below shows of course Huddersfield as joint second in the table with seven points. They started the season as hot odds-on favourites to go down but they have impressed many, both scoring goals and so far keeping three clean sheets.

Brighton have become the new odds-on favourites to go down but the bookies see it as a close run thing with no stand outs at the minute – they have nine different clubs on odds of 4/1 or less to go down.

Interestingly, despite the doom and gloom on Tyneside after the transfer window disappointments, the bookies have Newcastle as only seventh favourites to go down – the much improved display and win against West Ham playing a large part in that no doubt.

The next three matches could tell both fans and the bookies a lot more about what Newcastle supporters can look forward to this season, as before the next international break kicks in – Newcastle play Swansea and Brighton away, as well as Stoke at home. All three of those clubs also featuring in the relegation betting.

Premier League Table after three matches:

9 Man Utd (GD +10)

7 Liverpool (+5)

7 Huddersfield (+4)

7 Man City (+3)

7 West Brom (+2)

6 Chelsea (+2)

5 Watford (+2)

5 Southampton (+1)

4 Tottenham (+1)

4 Burnley (0)

4 Stoke (0)

4 Everton (-1)

4 Swansea (-2)

3 Newcastle United (0)

3 Leicester (-1)

3 Arsenal (-4)

1 Brighton (-4)

0 Bournemouth (-4)

0 Crystal Palace (-6)

0 West Ham (-8)

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