- Aston Villa are fourth likely to be promoted after their first Premier League season since 2016
- Sheffield United are the oddsmakers favourite for relegation in 2020
- Betting has been suspended as Steve Bruce is favoured for Newcastle manager role
The latest English Premier League odds for relegation according to Betway.com are live and with the league getting under way on Friday, August 9th. Let’s see who are the favourites for relegation to The Championship.
The first match of the Premier League season will see Liverpool host newly promoted Norwich, while defending champions Manchester City travel to West Ham. The highlight of the opening weekend games sees Manchester United face Chelsea at Old Trafford.
Sheffield United finished in second place in The Championship in 2018-19, which gave The Blades promotion to the Premier League. They are currently the bookies favourite to be relegated at 8/13, that means if you put down 100 you could profit 61 on average.
Norwich are 10/11 in the latest EPL relegation odds, in this situation if you risked 100 you could garner a nice 90 if successful predicting their relegation in 2020.
Norwich have had some positive news with the The EFL’s Young Player of the Season Max Aaron’s agreeing to a five year term. He made 40 appearances in the Championship last season after only making his league debut for Norwich in September, scoring two goals.
Burnley are sitting at 7/4, in this situation you could make a 175 profit from a 100 bet if they are relegated. Burnley also just re-signed Jay Rodriguez in a two-year deal according to BBC.com.
Aston Villa have boosted there chances of staying atop the Premier League with the recent signing of Tyrone Mings from Bournemouth. We believe Villa’s chances of staying above the relegation zone are higher than many expect.
Finally to top of the lower tier of Premier League teams dappling in relegation territory, Newcastle who are in desperate search of a new manager have been connected with Steve Bruce this week – one sportsbook has even suspended betting on Bruce to become the next manager. Prior to that Steven Gerrard and Roberto Martinez both turned down the job.
The Magpies relegation odds have been set at 5/2, even worth a 10 bet which could profit 25 if they are relegated to The Championship in 2020.