Premier League Relegation 2018/2019 Betting Tips and Odds



BETTING TIPS:

BETTING TIPS:


Let’s look at the best options for using one of your free bets when it comes to backing Premier League teams to be relegated next season.

There are a few certainties ahead of the 2018/19 Premier League season. Firstly, three teams have to occupy the relegation berths in the final standings and will be relegated to the Championship.

Secondly, these teams will come from a pool of thirteen, with the “Big Six” and Everton pretty much immune from the drop despite the Toffees flirting with a dogfight last term before pulling away.

The best bookmakers tend to look at the newly promoted teams when it comes to market leaders in the Premier League relegation betting, although Wolverhampton Wanderers are nearly a double figure price for the drop after winning the Championship last term.

Wolves Transfers

It appears that Wolves will take to the top flight like a duck to water thanks to a continued influx of Portuguese players including Rui Patricio and Joao Moutinho who join the likes of Ruben Neves and Diogo Jota at Molineux.

However, the team that finished second in the Championship last term are odds-on to return back to the second flight, with Cardiff City having to operate within more modest means even if they have the impressive Neil Warnock taking charge.

Fulham are given more of a fighting chance after coming up through the play-offs and it appears that they have a style of football along with personnel that can help them adapt to a difficult higher level.

Indeed, the Cottagers are given more chance of staying up than Huddersfield despite the latter’s excellent Great Escape last season and the Terriers will once again be led into battle by David Wagner who can seemingly spin straw into gold at this club.

Watford to Drop?

While Cardiff, Huddersfield and Fulham are the three favourites, it could be worth looking at Watford, who are 2.8 with Paddy Power as potential candidates for the drop, with the Hornets having made some fairly uninspiring transfers and they have recently seen Richarlison leave for Everton.

Bournemouth are also interesting at a lumpier price of 5.00 with BetStars and Eddie Howe has been thwarted in the transfer market thus far, with the Cherries boss having snapped up David Brooks from Sheffield United.

We’re also not quite sure why Southampton are regarded as a fairly safe team in this division considering that they flirted massively with the drop last term and have a manager at the helm who has a questionable track record at this level.

Mark Hughes was chiefly responsible for Stoke City going down last year and there was also a mess at QPR before he left, with the Welshman having spent over £50 million in the transfer market without looking as though he’s got much for his money.

We’re much more confident that Brighton and Burnley can stay in the division thanks to their tremendous work ethic and organisation, while Crystal Palace and Newcastle have managers who are wily operators in the Premier League.


Let’s look at the best options for using one of your free bets when it comes to backing Premier League teams to be relegated next season.

There are a few certainties ahead of the 2018/19 Premier League season. Firstly, three teams have to occupy the relegation berths in the final standings and will be relegated to the Championship.

Secondly, these teams will come from a pool of thirteen, with the “Big Six” and Everton pretty much immune from the drop despite the Toffees flirting with a dogfight last term before pulling away.

The best bookmakers tend to look at the newly promoted teams when it comes to market leaders in the Premier League relegation betting, although Wolverhampton Wanderers are nearly a double figure price for the drop after winning the Championship last term.

Wolves Transfers

It appears that Wolves will take to the top flight like a duck to water thanks to a continued influx of Portuguese players including Rui Patricio and Joao Moutinho who join the likes of Ruben Neves and Diogo Jota at Molineux.

However, the team that finished second in the Championship last term are odds-on to return back to the second flight, with Cardiff City having to operate within more modest means even if they have the impressive Neil Warnock taking charge.

Fulham are given more of a fighting chance after coming up through the play-offs and it appears that they have a style of football along with personnel that can help them adapt to a difficult higher level.

Indeed, the Cottagers are given more chance of staying up than Huddersfield despite the latter’s excellent Great Escape last season and the Terriers will once again be led into battle by David Wagner who can seemingly spin straw into gold at this club.

Watford to Drop?

While Cardiff, Huddersfield and Fulham are the three favourites, it could be worth looking at Watford, who are 2.8 with Paddy Power as potential candidates for the drop, with the Hornets having made some fairly uninspiring transfers and they have recently seen Richarlison leave for Everton.

Bournemouth are also interesting at a lumpier price of 5.00 with BetStars and Eddie Howe has been thwarted in the transfer market thus far, with the Cherries boss having snapped up David Brooks from Sheffield United.

We’re also not quite sure why Southampton are regarded as a fairly safe team in this division considering that they flirted massively with the drop last term and have a manager at the helm who has a questionable track record at this level.

Mark Hughes was chiefly responsible for Stoke City going down last year and there was also a mess at QPR before he left, with the Welshman having spent over £50 million in the transfer market without looking as though he’s got much for his money.

We’re much more confident that Brighton and Burnley can stay in the division thanks to their tremendous work ethic and organisation, while Crystal Palace and Newcastle have managers who are wily operators in the Premier League.