Premier League Relegation Odds

Bournemouth and Nottingham Forest are odds-on for Premier League relegation at the end of the 2022-23 season, although Fulham are trading at a bigger price to be relegated. Brentford, Leeds and Everton are next in the betting.

Premier League Relegation Odds
Premier League Relegation Odds

Premier League Relegation Odds

TipOddsBet with
Bournemouth8/11William Hill
Nottingham Forest10/11bet365
Fulham11/8William Hill
Leeds5/2Paddy Power
Brentford11/4betfair
Southampton7/2betfair
Everton5/1Boylesports
Wolves6/1BetVictor
Crystal Palace6/1bet365
Brighton10/1William Hill
Aston Villa10/1bet365

*Odds correct as of May 30, 2022


The dust has settled on the 2021-22 Premier League season and we now look ahead to the new campaign beginning in early August. Nottingham Forest claimed a play-off win to become the latest team to be added, with the relegation market now up and running with the majority of firms. It's hardly a surprise that they and Bournemouth are odds-on to return to the Championship and Fulham are also trading at a shade of odds-against to last just one season in the top flight as per usual.

However, if the previous campaign is anything to go by, then we might well see a clutch of teams involved in a scrap against the drop. Brentford might have had an impressive first season in the top flight, although the Bees are among the favourites on this market and Leeds are trading at a similar price.

Everton also have had a narrow escape last season and the Toffees are among the Premier League relegation favourites next season, with Southampton and Wolves other teams who could feasibly be dragged into trouble and that is reflected in the betting odds.


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Nottingham Forest Back in Premier League After 23 Years

Younger Nottingham Forest supporters have never seen their team in the top flight, although the Tricky Trees will be lining up in the 2022/23 Premier League from August. The Midlands side were slightly fortunate to beat Huddersfield in the Championship play-off final although they'll now look to cement their place in the top English division.

Steve Cooper performed a tremendous job to engineer a promotion and will now look to strengthen the squad in all departments. Initial relegation betting odds imply that Forest have a reasonable chance of staying up, with Keinan Davis, Brennan Johnson and Djed Spence some of the players that Cooper will hope to have in the team, while Jack Colback offers experience thanks to his time at Newcastle United.

Can Bournemouth and Fulham Avoid a Championship Return Next Season?

There are now a group of clubs who tend to yo-yo between the Premier League and the Championship on a regular basis. Norwich City and Watford are certainly two of those teams and the same has applied to Fulham in recent years. The Cottagers simply can't stick when they reach the Premier League although Marco Silva will hope that his impressive side can kick on from bossing the second flight last term.

Fulham scored 106 goals on their way to winning the Championship title and the London side wound up with 90 points on the board, with the Cottagers now looking to strengthen the squad and hope that they can play more swashbuckling football and still ensure that they remain outside of the bottom three spots come May.

Bournemouth are given less of a chance of staying up by the bookies, with the Cherries returning to the top flight after Scott Parker engineered a promotion and they finished up with an impressive 88 points, with Parker having previously experienced Premier League management with Fulham.

Despite going down on that occasion, Parker earned plaudits for the way in which his side scrapped away near the foot of the division, with a good deal of strengthening needed if the Dorset club are to finish above at least three other teams in the division next term.

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Will Brentford Struggle During Difficult Second Season?

Brentford were clearly the surprise package of the 2021-22 Premier League season, with Thomas Frank's side beginning the campaign with a 2-0 win over Arsenal and they rarely looked to be in danger of the drop. The Bees ended up with 46 points from 38 games played and that meant being eleven points clear of relegated Burnley in eighteenth place.

Frank will hope to keep hold of Christian Eriksen this summer along with star striker Ivan Toney, with the club being built on solid foundations although we know that clubs have often struggled in their second season after managing to stay up in the first year.

There were a few worrying blips last term and the improved quality of the Premier League next season means it's likely that Brentford will end up in the bottom half of the table but how far down is another matter.

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Leeds Could Be Having Another Relegation Scrap

There were jubilant scenes at the Brentford Community Stadium on the final day of the 2021-22 season, with Leeds United pulling off a 2-1 win against the Bees to ensure their Premier League status for another season. Jesse Marsch was a controversial replacement for Marcelo Bielsa midway through the previous campaign and the American succeeded in keeping this proud club afloat.

However, Marsch will now take charge for what he hopes to be a first full season at Elland Road and there will be no excuses if the results go awry. At least he can welcome back several injured players and aim to strengthen the squad including some needed firepower considering that the absence of Patrick Bamford was keenly felt throughout the campaign.

The bookies feel as though Leeds could be in another dogfight and it's possible that the first season in the top flight under Bielsa was an outlier rather than something which can be achieved every season.

Everton, Southampton and Wolves Next in Betting

Everton manager Frank Lampard insisted that the team should never be in such a precarious position again, although the Toffees are regarded as a bottom-half team by the bookmakers. Indeed, quotes of 5/2 about the Merseyside team being relegated suggests that a nervy season could be on the cards. Much depends on whether Lampard is able to reshape the squad and bolster an ailing defence.

Southampton finished the season pretty badly and it could be that the Saints fall short next term. Ralph Hasenhuttl appears to be fighting a losing battle given his relative resources compared to the majority of the other clubs in the top flight, even if James Ward-Prowse was a shining light at St Mary's last term.

Wolves will say goodbye to a number of key players including Ruben Neves and perhaps Bruno Lage's side overachieved last season, with Adama Traore having departed to Barcelona and there could be a lack of stability at Molineux next term. The Midlands side could well find themselves in the bottom half of the table but it depends how far down they go.

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