The bookies have made some significant changes to their Premier League relegation odds after Saturday’s action.

Newcastle weren’t playing of course, being amongst the clubs affected by the FA Cup.

Tottenham beating Swansea to move into the FA Cup semi-final, rather than facing Newcastle on Friday night at Wembley.

However, there were still seven clubs in the relegation battle, who played yesterday, despite only four Premier League games taking place.

The results:

Bournemouth 2 West Brom 1

Huddersfield 0 Crystal Palace 2

Liverpool 5 Watford 0

Stoke 1 Everton 2

This is how the Premier League table now looks after yesterday’s games:

premier league relegation oddsWithout even playing, the bookies have looked on Newcastle favourably after Saturday’s results, moving their relegation odds out from 10/1 to 14/1. A similar case with Brighton who are now 20/1 from 14/1 and seen as looking in a decent position after Saturday.

West Brom are now 1/200 and looking as though they now need snookers.

The wins for Bournemouth and Everton have made the bookies move them out to 150/1 and 200/1 respectively, basically seen as safe now.

Watford are seen as a little more vulnerable (66/1 from 100/1) but with the same number of points (36) as Bournemouth, they are still eight points above the drop zone.

The biggest changes for those playing yesterday involve Stoke, Palace and Huddersfield.

Defeat to Everton means that Stoke (1/3 from 8/11) are close to joining West Brom as sure things, with games running out.

Meanwhile, Palace and Huddersfield have swapped positions, with the Terriers now third favourites (6/4) to go down and Palace (6/1) having climbed out of the relegation zone.

If Newcastle can beat Huddersfield in that next game then the Magpies would be four points and a far better goal difference ahead of Wagner’s team, who would only have six games left to play.

NUFC’s destiny is very much in their own hands and winning three home games in a row (against Huddersfield after Man Utd and Southampton) for the first time this season would surely see United on their way to safety.

These are the Premier League relegation odds now for each club (the odds before the weekend’s games in brackets):

1/200 West Brom (1/50)

1/3 Stoke (8/11)

6/4 Huddersfield (9/4)

2/1 Southampton (2/1)

9/4 West Ham (9/4)

4/1 Swansea (7/2)

6/1 Crystal Palace (7/4)

14/1 Newcastle United (10/1)

20/1 Brighton (14/1)

66/1 Watford (100/1)

150/1 Bournemouth (40/1)

250/1 Everton (100/1)

View all the Premier League relegation odds HERE

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  • MichaelMaximusMoose

    Mr Scumbags WBA, & Stoke look gone,
    i`d like Muppet Moyes & West Spam to join them, just to see the cockneys rioting


    • NUFCLX

      Bit harsh on the poor little hammers

    • Wor Lass

      Just about the ideal scenario. Mind, it would be great to see Hughes relegated. I wonder who he`d blame?

      • Peaky Magpie

        McMenemy & Channon’s fault….got to be..

  • Geordiegiants

    Bookies aren’t always right. Cheltanham just proved it.

    • gallowgate26

      Not in the gold cup it didn’t! I had a look at that Native River n’all but 6/1 is neh good for me. Anything less than 10/1 or 12/1, the bookies can get stuffed.

  • Alreet

    Hammers and saints are looking like 2 most likely to slug it out. They all have even money run ins so we shall see what happens.

  • GToon

    I think Huddersfield are still in trouble as they have had a poor run recently and could easily lose a string of games. Southampton have the distraction of the FA cup semi final now and a lot of their coming fixtures are away from home. West Ham have confidence issues and the crowd unrest. I think we seem to be ok and if we beat Huddersfield I think we will pick up enough points to stay up. But having said all of that if there is no change in ownership I don’t see Rafa hanging around and it will be back to square one again next season.

  • pedrodelgardo

    You do know it is money bet rather than looking favourably that moves the odds don’t you? It is a market.