Premier League Relegation Odds
|Crystal Palace||22/1||Paddy Power|
|Aston Villa||100/1||William Hill|
*Odds correct as of January 24, 2022
Norwich City are now out of the relegation zone! The Canaries beat Everton 2-1 at Carrow Road before heading to Vicarage Road and claiming a 3-0 victory. Dean Smith's side are now in with a chance of staying up, although the bookies still have them as strong favourites in the Premier League relegation market.
Watford's odds have drastically shortened after that defeat against Norwich and the Hornets are now staring down the barrel, with Claudio Ranieri potentially out of a job before the team's subsequent trip to Burnley. It's hard to see them escaping the drop right now.
Burnley are rock bottom and they're the other team trading at odds-on, while Newcastle United's survival hopes were boosted by a 1-0 win at Leeds. The Magpies are now odds-against to go down, while Everton are only four points above the drop zone, with Leeds and Brentford directly above them.
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Could Norwich Perform the Great Escape?
Norwich City looked down and out a couple of games ago. Six consecutive Premier League defeats against Tottenham, Manchester United, Aston Villa, Arsenal, Crystal Palace and West Ham saw them sink to the bottom of the table, although Dean Smith's side are now out of the drop zone.
There's little doubt that Norwich played Everton at the right time when beating the Toffees 2-1 and they have subsequently kicked on to claim a 3-0 triumph at relegation rivals Watford. Young forward Josh Sargent was at the double in that game and there's a chance for them to stay up.
The bookies still make them heavily likely to go down this season, with Norwich City still only having sixteen points from twenty-two games played, although they have certainly given themselves a fighting chance.
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Watford Struggling to Stay Afloat in EPL
Since beating Manchester United 4-1 at Vicarage Road, Watford's form has nosedived. The Hornets recently suffered six consecutive Premier League defeats and a 1-1 draw at Newcastle was followed by a hefty 3-0 reverse at the hands of Norwich City. Losing in that manner against relegation rivals could cost Claudio Ranieri his job.
Watford are now eighteenth in the Premier League standings with just fourteen points from twenty games played. Owner Gino Pozzo might well decide to install a third manager of the season at the club, with the Hornets travelling to Burnley next and that clash will have a big bearing on their survival hopes.
It had been hoped that new signings in January would kickstart the season, although the evidence isn't convincing, with Emmanuel Dennis getting sent off against Norwich which means he misses the next clash.
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Can Wood Save Newcastle From the Drop?
Newcastle United have a war chest to buy new players during the January transfer window, with Kieran Trippier and Chris Wood having arrived at St James' Park already. Trippier should be a really useful outlet from the right-back position and his delivery is top drawer, while Wood could be a useful source of goals.
There's also the fact that Wood also decimates Burnley in the process after his £25 million move. A 1-1 draw against Watford was disappointing, although a 1-0 win at Elland Road means that Newcastle are finally starting to feel confident that they can avoid the drop.
There are likely to be more new recruits before the January transfer window closes, with Eddie Howe trying to improve the squad before larger scale changes are made in the summer. However, the Tyneside club are far from out of the woods.
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Burnley Staring Down the Barrel
Plenty of punters have lost money backing Burnley to be relegated over the past few seasons, although the Clarets have always demonstrated that they've had enough to clamber over the other teams in peril and ensure their top-flight status for another season. However, perhaps this is the campaign where their luck runs out.
Since beating Brentford 3-1 on 30 October, it has been a tough couple of months for the Lancashire outfit. There have been five draws in the past eight games and there was a real confidence-booster when securing a point at the Emirates against all the odds.
Burnley lost at home to Huddersfield in the FA Cup and the loss of Chris Wood to a Premier League rival is a big blow. The Clarets have successfully been able to get games postponed to give them more time to bolster the squad but they're now likely to go down this season according to the bookies.
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Could Everton Be In Danger of the Drop?
Everton have parted company with Rafael Benitez and perhaps it was the right time to find a new manager considering that the Toffees are only four points clear of the Premier League relegation zone. It will be interesting to see who the Merseyside club recruit in a bid to save their season.
There are just four teams that sit below Everton in the table and a 2-1 defeat at Norwich has really set the alarm bells ringing. Much depends on whether Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Richarlison can stay fit and score goals to keep their heads above water.
The defensive leakiness is a concern although the relegation odds of 5/1 still implies that Everton are more than likely to be a fixture in the Premier League next season, with the Toffees having always been a top-flight club and they have enough quality to steer clear of trouble.
Leeds Have a Seven-Point Cushion Right Now
Leeds United have had their problems this season although they are now seven points clear of the Premier League drop zone following a 3-2 win at the London Stadium. A Jack Harrison hat-trick has helped the Whites pull well clear of the teams below them and they have also leapfrogged Everton.
While a 1-0 home defeat against Newcastle was a setback, Marcelo Bielsa's side are still a 6/1 chance to go down which implies a low probability chance of them suffering relegation. The Yorkshire side are simply low on goals for the most part and perhaps we'll see a new face in this department.
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Brentford Winning Battle Against Drop
Brentford are eight points clear of the danger zone right now. Thomas Frank's side probably only need a handful more wins to be safe in the Premier League this season. Frank has just been handed a new contract at the West London club and the Bees should be able to keep themselves afloat.
However, Brentford will be looking over their shoulders following a 2-1 home defeat against Wolves, with the team previously playing some excellent football before losing 3-1 at home to Manchester United. Much depends on whether the teams directly below them picking up points.
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Southampton Looking Safe For Another Season
Southampton are eleven points clear of the drop zone and there has been plenty to like about the Saints' recent performances. They claimed a victory away to West Ham during the festive period and have some attacking cut and thrust in the form of Armando Broja.
It seems improbable that Ralph Hasenhuttl's team will get sucked into a relegation scrap this season. While St Mary's isn't exactly a fortress, the Hampshire side have only lost one game at this ground all season, while the Austrian has got things right from a defensive point-of-view.
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Crystal Palace Steady in Mid-Table Right Now
Palace have had an up and down season so far under Patrick Vieira, although the Frenchman has done a strong job since replacing Roy Hodgson. The Eagles are twelve points clear of the drop zone and it's a situation which is encouraging when we head into 2022 and the second half of the campaign.
Conor Gallagher should return to the team and make an impact like he already has done since a loan move from Chelsea, with Vieira trying to find the right balance between attacking and defending after a recent 3-2 home reverse against West Ham. However, the style of football has been encouraged by fans.
Aston Villa's Survival Hopes Boosted by Gerrard
Aston Villa sit eleventh in the Premier League table and they have twenty-six points from twenty-one games played. However, Steven Gerrard has made a bright start at Villa Park and it will be interesting to see if he recruits new personnel.
Gerrard's team still have breathing space ahead of the teams occupying the lower rungs of the EPL ladder and a 1-0 win at Goodison Park ensured that the Birmingham side are moving in the right direction under their new manager.