Interesting to look at the Premier League relegation odds after the weekend’s action.

With 26 matches played so far and only 12 remaining, we are really getting to the business end of things.

Chelsea play Watford tonight to complete this round of fixtures and we could really do with Antonio Conte’s players doing us a favour and winning at Vicarage Road.

This would partly make up for their feeble home defeat to Bournemouth which has helped catapult Eddie Howe’s team out of the relegation favourites.

Having beaten Arsenal and Chelsea, plus a draw at West Ham, Bournemouth completed an excellent four game run by beating Stoke, those 10 points from 12 taking them from one of the relegation favourites to 66/1 outsiders now (all Premier League relegation odds below).

If only Newcastle could do that…

This is how the bottom of the Premier League looks on Monday morning:

premier league relegation odds

With 11th to 19th only separated by three points, it is unbelievably tight, whilst Fat Sam is doing everything he can to drag Everton into the relegation fight, despite being heavily backed in the January transfer window.

These are the Premier League relegation odds now for each club:

4/7 West Brom

8/13 Huddersfield

11/10 Swansea

5/4 Stoke

2/1 Newcastle United

10/3 Brighton

6/1 West Ham

7/1 Southampton

8/1 Watford

10/1 Crystal Palace

40/1 Everton

66/1 Bournemouth

The bookies making Newcastle fifth favourites to go down and at 2/1, they are making us a one in three chance of being relegated.

With Swansea finding shock wins over Arsenal and Liverpool, similar to Bournemouth, they have given themselves a chance.

It is though looking increasingly likely that Huddersfield and West Brom are clubs that could take up two of three spots, we desperately need Chelsea to beat Pardew’s team next weekend and Bournemouth to keep up their form at Huddersfield.

These are the matches next weekend that feature relegation threatened clubs.

Next weekend sees the following matches:

Chelsea v West Brom

Everton v Crystal Palace

Huddersfield v Bournemouth

Newcastle United v Man Utd

Southampton v Liverpool

Stoke v Brighton

Swansea v Burnley

West Ham v Watford

You have to say that Newcastle have the toughest looking fixture and if they fail to get anything against Man Utd, there is every chance of ending up in the bottom three after that match, as well as quite possibly amongst the three rated by the bookies as most likely to go down.

View all the Premier League relegation odds HERE

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  • HarryHype59

    Interesting….when PCP bid £250m NUFC were 3:1 with the bookies for the drop.

    • FatParosite

      Ashley hubris & being a pi§§ poor gambler might bite him.

      • ghostrider

        The only gambling Ashley’s done is gambling on Benitez actually doing something for the team and the fans believing that Rafa is some kind of genius.

        If we go down it’s because of Rafa Benitez not because of Ashley.

        If we stay up it will be Rafa genius and inspite of Ashley.
        Ashley simply cannot win when doe eyed fans are all gathered around their new messiah.

        • Alex

          Incredible.

        • TheNutJob

          Fatty`s to blame for everything

          Fatty oot, sack the board

        • grantham mag

          You really are Ashley’s HOOP LICKER.

          • Jezza

            Yes he is. He works in a S****s D****t shop and has got a misguided sense of loyalty to Fatboy Ashley. He also hates Newcastle fans and loves to wind us up. Don’t feed the troll.

          • Cockneytrev

            Spot on,,
            He’s a sad bloke!!

        • SAMTHECAT

          I agree if R

          • SAMTHECAT

            i agree if Rafa keeps us up it will be genius but i dont think he will not sure any Manager could, 11 years of utter mediocrity from the owner.

        • Lakeland Mag

          We wouldn’t be in this position if Ashley had spent some money on decent Premiership players, instead of repeatedly putting his profit margins ahead of performances on the pitch

          • ghostrider

            What profit margins?
            Come on spit it out.

          • ghostrider

            Decent premiership players. Who like, bearing in mind we are premiership new boys.
            Name some.

          • HarryHype59

            Too true!

        • Peter Stabler

          How does it taste?

          • ghostrider

            Salty.

        • Viru leckworth

          Get real. No investment is the culprit.

          • ghostrider

            I’d say a mucky mix of not enough investment coupled with bad signings and inability to use the quality we already have in the correct way.

        • glassjawsh-got-banned

          missed the plot worse than Benteke missed that sitter

        • S.G.M.

          What happened at half time against Palace?, apart from, Hodgson inspiring his team, and Rafa not.

          • ghostrider

            Easy. Rafa just simply says ” you know the script for the second half…get on it.”

            Out they go into handbrake on the bus mode and there you have it.

            Hodgson’s is as simple.
            “You know the score with how Rafa sets his team up in the second half so go out and batter them into submission.”

            Only frenzy and luck stops us from losing from the winning positions.

            Who to blame, who to blame?

            RAFA Benitez is to blame.

          • Cockneytrev

            Hoop licker👅👅👅

        • Cockneytrev

          Troll
          Ashley hoop licker,,👅👅

          • ghostrider

            What does it taste like?

          • Cockneytrev

            Hoop licker👅👅👅

      • HarryHype59

        I think he must be wishing he had taken Mandy’s £250m offer.

        • Steven Patrickson

          I thought Mandy said her offer was still on the table (gathering dust) unless the FCB stuffed it up Penfold’s arris.

          • HarryHype59

            That offer was before the window shut. I reckon we are one of five teams who most likely to be relegated. The odds of us going down are more likely evens. Would you risk £250m on a club that has a 50:50 chance of being worth around £100m in three months time?

  • Peaky Magpie

    Definitely 3 out of that bottom 5,and if I had to go further it’s between us,Stoke & Swansea for the final spot.

    • Headless

      So the FCB’s decision not to let Rafa have a striker until 18 days after the draw with Swansea looks even more stupid.

      • Peaky Magpie

        Aye Swansea should have been dead and buried now.

  • magpiefifer

    I’m surprised that we are 5th favourites to go down!
    We’ll be in the bottom 3 next weekend – and for how long!?

    • Leazes.

      Well Slimani should be in contention but the bad news is that he’s never scored against an ‘elite’ group defence, and if you take away his FL cup stats what is left isn’t too great.

      • magpiefifer

        Just as worrying is that 5 of our remaining games are against top 6 clubs – and look at our record against them this season!!?

        • Leazes.

          His valuation was solely based on his Portugese record, so he has a chance to prove Leicester wrong, and the Chronicle boys right.

  • Leazes.

    Fifteenth…. I’ve been saying that since the owner positioned the club there.

    • Peaky Magpie

      Aye it’s that Italian Job finale I mentioned awhile back…he’s pushing,pushing & pushing to the limit.

      • mactoon

        And it’s Ashley’s gold that goes down with the bus. Good analogy :)

    • magpiefifer

      Ashley’s done it before – and look at the results!!!!

  • Paul Patterson

    For the sake of £15-20m going on a striker IN THE SUMMER, we would be currently top half and safe. Relegation will cost the owner £100m+ in the value of the club.
    Short sighted foolishness. .

    • HarryHype59

      Fair point , but Lejourne Manky and Cart Hoss cost around £18m.

    • S.G.M.

      Contrary to popular belief, Strikers are not queuing up for a move to Newcastle, those that are prepared to make the jump expect extortionate wages, and long contracts, its that that kills us not the transfer fee.
      Dito

      • HarryHype59

        I wonder what the combined wage bill is for Lejeurne, Manky and the Hoss?

  • TheNutJob

    are these odds supplied by Betvictor
    😂😂😂

  • Arty Hume

    Just viewed a post that Samir Nasri is available on a free, worth signing up.

    • Paul Patterson

      Certainly have him for 6 months.

      • TheNutJob

        won`t pay the money

        • Peaky Magpie

          Decent player…iffy temperament….

          • TheNutJob

            Fatty won`t pay the money

          • Peaky Magpie

            No chance…

        • Arty Hume

          May well loose a lot more if not signed, play as you play maybe.

        • Paul Patterson

          I know.

      • Arty Hume

        Indeed at least he could be a backup, same age as Slimani, may be worth it.

    • Jezza

      He’d be our best player by a mile.

  • TheTradge

    The one positive about this weekend’s match is that Mourinho has never won a league match at SJP, plus Man U haven’t been the most consistent, so I think there’s a slight chance we could get something out of that match.

    • Leazes.

      You are a serious contender for newly established ‘idiot of the day’ competition.

      • TheTradge

        Wow, you’re rude!

        • Leazes.

          Yes.

          • TheTradge

            Hahahahahahahahahahahahahaha, who’s the idiot now?!?

      • TheTradge

        Am I still an idiot then? ;-) oh ye of little faith, you call yourself a Toon fan??

  • SAMTHECAT

    Win at home, Win at home, Win at home!

  • relaxed

    Why do you all reply to the asswipe, I don’t even bother to read his posts anymore

    • Leazes.

      I use the blocker on the top right…. it just blanks them on my screen, if everyone did it with these nutters they would disappear. I’m currently blocking all of fleckmans aliases his brother Clarko and his aliases… there’s about 20 of them.

      • Jezza

        Yes I have also blocked all ID’s used by those two socially disfunctional brothers from Manchester who have been trolling this site for years.

      • relaxed

        I have just done the same with Ghostrider and will do the same with Clarko and Fleckman
        I would appreciate it if you would put a list up with all their known aliases

        • Jezza

          Other ones to block are Monkseaton Magies, Martin Rooney and Mark Potter, all known aliases of the two brothers from Manchester who have been trolling this site for years.

          • relaxed

            Cheers mate

          • Monkseaton Magpies

            Born Whitley Bay live in Monkseaton the only trolls on here are the people who hate Newcastle. The likes of myself and a few others on here honestly think you lot support other teams or employed by the Times to derail the club and get us relegated. It would surprise me if a lot of you are our friensds down the road such is the hatred towards Newcastle United Football Club. Jezza, Guest 2 , Any O’brian and the Fat Controller ‘s hatred for Newcastle reaches levels not seen before.
            However would never block you as that would mean I have been defeated in sticking up for our great football club.

          • Ben Jones

            I can’t take it any more, reading through your posts , Mark potter , bobbi flekman , ghost rider , clarko , there’s probably others..

            Despite what a lot of people have been trying to tell you , you all stay strong using your ‘accurate facts and we’ll reasoned take on the situation’

            …the exact same facts and reasoned take that I have .

            This post resonated with me more than the others from the posters listed above (all of which I agree with) , I have also came to the conclusion that there are people driving an agenda against our club and stirring the fans into a frenzy , throwing as many spanners as they can , and I’ve read the responses , there is plenty of spanners…

            They can’t possibly be fans or at least they are fans and they have been duped . Every single thing the club does there is a negative picked from it to push another negative narrative to the fans .

            I’ve been where you all are now , always being told you’re a troll , ‘block them lads’ they say , desperate to shut down your voice because they can not and will not argue on facts .

            Of course I already know what will happen in the future , Ashley will sell , we will get loaded with debt/investment which will give us a temporary lift , that will end in failure and austerity , and it will all be blamed on the guy in the middle of our 2 ‘successful’ periods .

            The reality being we were tanking hard in 2007 , Ashley came in , stabilised us , got us into a solid financial position , and the new people will use this strengthened position to load us with ‘investment’ which,as above will leave us ultimately in austerity .

            And why?

            Because delayed gratification is too much to ask from a set of fans that have been waiting 60 years for something , but wanting it now before we can afford it is a gamble a lot of fans are willing to take , with or without realising

            A- what they want could possibly turn very sour

            B-they have the cheek to expect one guy to fund this pipedream of theirs

          • Monkseaton Magpies

            The spam is nothing to do with me probably the Mag.

          • Ben Jones

            No I know the spam was nothing to do with you, I was asking how you’ve handled it before if it’s happened to you as , I can tell you’ve had problems no doubt with people marking your input as spam . Nevermind it’s sorted now

          • Monkseaton Magpies

            No problem thanks all I get on here is non stop abuse from most people. Last home game I missed was September 1975 despite living in London, Manchester and Leeds but now back home. Go to every single away game and was one of the seventy two who made it to Moscow for the European game recently as fans only had a week to get a visa to play Anzhi. Love Newcastle always will but some people on here do not help the cause fighting relegation

        • Monkseaton Magpies

          Very sad people on this site where you all from Sunderland your hatred towards our club is amazing. You lot probably never been to a game in your life .Was anyone at Palace from this site more chance of you watching Ipswich putting a couple of goals past your team.

          • Mark Davies

            I was down Palace if it cheers you up. Had a rotton view behind a pillar but I was there!

            Doesnt make me a better fan than someone who didnt but genuinely loves the club though. Personally, I wouldnt block anyone as even if I dont agree with some of the comments its just someones point of view.

            Dont particularly agree with Leazes most of the time and know he can be downright abusive but its all part of the banter and debate for me (once he even made a sensible comment!!).

          • Monkseaton Magpies

            Yes it does cheer me up but your name is not one of the usual suspects on here who hate the club. Surprised Palace get a health and Safety certificate because at half time far to many in the bar area. I was in row three next to the Palace fans to our left and a bad view but good atmosphere prefer it up a height as you get a better perception of the game.

      • bob0411

        Blocked them all as well, makes for a much more pleasant experience on here!

        • Jezza

          Precisely.

      • Monkseaton Magpies

        I would not block all the people on here who hate Newcastle United you are sad depressed and unless you support other teams like our friends down the road I think you all need serious help with your hatred towards Newcastle United.
        You are all manic depressives. Is Jezza the Chairman if you tell me where you hold your meeting will come along to try and cure you.

  • Philippines

    Look on the bright side, two of the most enjoyable seasons for results were when NUFC were in the lower tier and winning.

    • Jezza

      I can’t accept that at all. 20 years ago we were beating Barcelona in the Champions League now we’re supposed to get excited about beating Burton and Rotherham in the second division. That is yet another damning indictment of how much that fat greedy parasite Ashley has lowered standards at this club.

  • Monkseaton Magpies

    Think we might surprise some of the bigger teams when we play them at home Arsenal, Chelsea and Man Utd we should pick up some points five would be nice
    and lets’s get behind the team on Sunday good banners out this time.

    • HarryHype59

      😂😂😂😂😂

  • Come&TakeIt1836

    We need Chelsea to win as much as possible now to ensure they have absolutely no reason to want to risk anything on the last game of the season.

    • HarryHype59

      Alas, Watford didn’t read the script!