Premier League relegation race: Odds and tips 2021/22

Sean Dyche's Burnley have flirted with relegation all season

The race for survival in the Premier League is on, with teams desperate to avoid the ignominy of relegation to the Championship next season.

Following promotion under Daniel Farke, Norwich have been favorites all season to return to the second tier and continue their recent history of yo-yoing between the two divisions, while a number of Premier League regulars have joined them this year. .

Survival is worth over £100m a year, and here 101 Great Goals look at the Premier League relegation odds for 2021/22 and which teams are the favorites to go down.

Downhill Favorites

Norwich they seem destined to face relegation from 1/150 with the Canaries having lost six of their last eight matches. Dean Smith’s side are also seven points clear at the bottom. Despite winning 2-0 against Burnley, they remain in 20th place with other teams around them also scoring points.

watford They suffered another setback in their bid for survival when they thrashed at home against Leeds United. Roy Hodgson’s team lost 3-0 against the visitors to add four defeats in their last five games. The Hornets are now six points from safety and face an incredibly difficult task to stay up and are 1/25th of the way down.

The last three are starting to take shape once again and Burnley seems to be a key part of it. Sean Dyche’s side now have 4/11 to finish their stay in the Premier League. The Clarets have now lost five of their last six games as they were unable to follow up their win over Everton. The Lancashire club are 18th and four points from safety.

Josh Sargent scored in the vital win over Watford

Josh Sargent scored in the vital win over Watford (Photo by Catherine Ivill/Getty Images)

descent outsiders

Jesse Marsch has had an incredible impact on Leeds United who are now well on their way to remaining in the top flight. The South Yorkshire club have now won three of their last four games to move 9 points higher from the last three. Leeds still remain in the fight for survival, but their chances of going down start to look longer at 8/1.

by Frank Lampard Everton produced an empathetic response to their loss at Bunrley when they beat Manchester United at Goodison Park. The Toffees won 1–0 with Anonthy Gordon scoring the only goal of the match. They are now four points up from the bottom three and 5/2 shy of going down.

brentford the impressive revival continued over the weekend as they defeated West Ham United. The Bees won the London derby 2-0 to add four wins from their last five games. The previous week they also produced one of their best results by defeating west London rivals Chelsea 4-1 at Stamford Bridge. They now look set to stay in the Premier League and are at 66/1 to do so. Thomas Frank’s team is 14th and 12 points above the bottom three.

newcastle United responded to three straight losses with a win over Wolves. The Toon Army won 1-0 at St James’ Park and should now be safe, with 10 points separating them from the bottom three. The odds on Eddie Howe’s side to face the drop now stand at 50/1 following their win over the Wolves.

The signing of Kieran Trippier is expected to be crucial to Newcastle's survival hopes.

The signing of Kieran Trippier is expected to be crucial to Newcastle’s survival hopes (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

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