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Norwich City odds on for Premier League relegation

| 05.03.2020

Despite sealing their place in the FA Cup quarter-final after beating Tottenham Hotspur on penalties, Norwich City are favourites for relegation from the Premier League this season.

Daniel Farke’s side sit six points adrift at the bottom of the table, making them 1/10 favourites for the drop as things stand. You can find 6/1 on the Canaries beating the drop.

Aston Villa are next in the betting at 8/15 to go down, with Dean Smith’s side facing Leicester City and Chelsea in their next two games. Villa are also yet to face Liverpool, Manchester United and Arsenal.

Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth side haven’t been up to their usual standard this season and find themselves in amongst the relegation places as things stand. They’re odds on to go down at 4/5.

Outside of the current bottom three, it’s West Ham up next in the running at 7/4. The East Londoners face Arsenal, Wolves, Tottenham and Chelsea in their next four league fixtures.

Brighton, Watford and Newcastle are all in danger too. The Seagulls are 9/4 to go down, with Watford 11/4 to be playing Championship football next season. The Magpies are 11/2.

Ladbrokes’ Alex Apati said: “This season’s race to avoid the drop could go right the way down to the wire if the latest odds are anything to go by, with SEVEN names being 11/2 or shorter in the betting.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

To be relegated form the Premier League

Norwich – 1/10

Aston Villa – 8/15

Bournemouth – 4/5

West Ham – 7/4

Brighton – 9/4

Watford – 11/4

Newcastle – 11/2

View the latest Premier League odds.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publication.



Drew Goodsell

Drew is a journalism graduate of UEL where he worked as a Business Editor for the university news website. He is a Chelsea fan, but closely follows American sports, being an avid fan of the New York based Knicks (NBA) and Giants (NFL).