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Football Betting: Premier League relegation odds

By on August 10, 2020

Although football has not been the same ever since the restart, football are still anxious about how the league will end up, who will secure a top four spot and who will be relegated by the end of the league campaign. 

Just like how you can predict who will win a particular league at the beginning of the season, you can also place a bet on the club you believe will be relegating. Betting on football at the start of the campaign, a Manchester United fan, according to report, placed a bet on Liverpool to win the Premier League at the end of the season. He staked £55,000, which was said to be his inheritance, in October and is now taking home £91,000. There will be more punters that have staked correctly and won big hiding the dark, but that is a high risk bet the United fan pulled off. 

In the Premier League, Norwich City has already been consigned to relegation and will be heading straight back to the Championship after only one year in the top flight. Their relegation was confirmed following a 4-0 defeat to West Ham. However, several other clubs are battling to avoid the same fate. 

The Hammers are among the clubs desperately trying to avoid the drop as they sit just three points above the relegation zone in 16th position. Bournemouth and Aston Villa are the two clubs below them as they are in real danger of dropping to the Championship along with Norwich.

Football Betting: Who is most likely to relegate this season

As implied by several bookies on football betting, right after the relegation of Norwich, Bournemouth have a 90% chance of being relegated, Aston Villa retains 88%, Watford claims 20% while West Ham has 11% chance of being relegated this season. Football Betting has been regarded as one of the most profitable bets in the world but it also has its risk, this is the most favourable time to bet on football as several leagues are coming to an end. 

Premier League relegation football betting 

West Ham United was given (8/1) following their impressive 4-0 victory against Norwich, the Hammers’ win sealed the Canaries return to the EFL Championship. Gaining three-points the Hammers total points became 34 on par with Watford, who will be their next match. 

While Aston Villa (1/7) and Bournemouth (1/9) could be said to have one foot in the Championship and the other in the Premier League. The Villans were able to defeat Crystal Palace in a 2-0-win recently but were unable to achieve a victory against Everton during the week as they ended in a stalemate. The Cherries, on the other hand, are also able to claim a 4-1 victory against Leicester City, who are competing for the top four spots but were unable to compete with Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium on Wednesday. Betting on football, punters will see that the odds available for the last two matches will be interesting. Aston Villa will be facing off against Arsenal and West Ham while the Bournemouth will be meeting Southampton and Everton for their last two matches. Both clubs might need to ask for a miracle to avoid relegation. 

Football betting websites are giving Watford (4/1) odds to relegate this season. Watford is also on 34 points with West Ham after securing two consecutive victories against Newcastle United and Norwich City.

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