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

Sunday saw Stoke crash late on today [Sunday] at Arsenal to cap an excellent weekend for Newcastle United.

Rafa Benitez’ team were well worth their win over Huddersfield, even if the very negative visitors didn’t concede until 10 minutes left on the clock.

Newcastle United pushed out to 33/1 to be relegated (all club odds below), with eight clubs on shorter odds after these latest results:

Crystal Palace 1 Liverpool 2

Brighton 0 Leicester 2

Man Utd 2 Swansea 0

Newcastle 1 Huddersfield 0

Watford 2 Bournemouth 2

West Brom 1 Burnley 2

West Ham 3 Southampton 0

Everton 1 Man City 3

Arsenal 3 Stoke o

Chelsea 1 Tottenham 3

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

premier league relegation odds

West Brom have already packed their suitcases for the Championship and odds of 1/500 for relegation reflect that.

Whilst Stoke (2/7 second favourites) and Southampton are on terrible runs, along with Crystal Palace.

However, the bookies now make Huddersfield joint favourites (11/10) with Southampton to join Stoke and West Brom as they plunge towards the second tier.

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

1/500 West Brom

2/7 Stoke

11/10 Huddersfield

11/10 Southampton

10/1 West Ham

4/1 Swansea

6/1 Crystal Palace

14/1 Brighton

33/1 Newcastle United

View all the Premier League relegation odds HERE

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  • TheNutJob

    Pay your taxes Michael Tabor

    • Leazes.

      You can see it too….its not just me then?

      • Lord

        I think the BetVictor footnotes appear more clearly when reading on a phone…

        • Cockneytrev

          Yeah, I’m on my iPhone and it’s the first time I’ve seen them,, I’ve not noticed them on my iPad

  • Mayor Vaughn

    Stoke and Southampton have pretty much got to win 3 of their remaining games to have a chance of overtaking us and thats if we don’t score another point. Looking at the fixtures i would say 3 wins for either team looks very unlikely.

    • Jate Legend

      Staying up. No way we’ll lose 7 in a row from here.

    • Paul Smith

      Yep.. I was thinking the other day we could lose all our remaining games and still have a 50/50 chance of staying up. Maybe a bit optimistic but we could certainly fail to win another game this season and stay up. 2 or 3 draws would be enough.

  • Steviemagpie

    Getting our home form sorted has helped us out ,don’t think it has been mentioned but we are unbeaten at home all year 😁

  • Leazes.

    Whatever happened to Southampton? They had some really good players but for some reason sold them….I wonder if their accountant is on the same type of bonus scheme as Charnley?

    Pay your taxes Michael Tabor!

    • Burt Humperdink

      I think you answered your own question they went to the well too many times. They had a run where they sold many of their best players for good money, but always managed to find suitable replacements that kept them as a top 12 side. There’s only so much of that any team can take. They had Pochettino as well which didn’t hurt.

    • HarryHype59

      They also keep changing managers too often.

  • Monkseaton Magpies

    Be nice to finish on fifty points and earn some extra cash see no reason why we cannot win our home games and one away. One season Southampton sold ninety million pounds worth of players all home grown and replaced them but it has caught up with them they are going down.

  • Philippines

    I think I will bet 500 quid on West Brom. You never know.