Being in the Premier League is like being in the promised land for an English football club. But being relegated from it brings dire consequences for the club that goes down with huge financial losses from not being in the Premier League and usually, an exodus of the team’s star players.

And if staying up is no easy feat for some of the weaker Premier League clubs, then coming back up from The Championship is just as hard. Maybe that’s why betting on the Premier League relegation betting market is so popular.

We have a page on Premier League Golden Boot odds. Now let us now check the Premier League relegation odds and the chance of each club going down.

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2022-23 Premier League Relegation Odds

Here are the 2022-23 Premier League relegation odds on Betway.

Team Odds On Betway
Nottingham Forest 1.61
Bournemouth 1.66
Wolves 2.00
Southampton 2.62
Everton 2.75
Leeds United 5.50
Aston Villa 9.00
Leicester City 9.00
Fulham 10.00
Brentford 11.00
Crystal Palace 17.00
West Ham United 51.00
Brighton & Hove Albion 101.00
Newcastle United 301.00
Manchester United 501.00
Arsenal 1001.00
Chelsea 1001.00
Spurs 1001.00
Liverpool 1501.00
Manchester City 5001.00

Back Nottingham Forrest to go down (1.60)

It’s interesting that of the three promoted sides, Nottingham Forrest are the favorite to get relegated as per the Premier League relegation odds on most Indian football betting sites.

They are currently sitting in 18th position in the 2022-23 Premier League points table. Nottingham Forrest have played 15 games and have lost eight games which are a lot.

They have shown signs of improvement but they look like they will get relegated.

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At Premier League odds of 1.61, you can put a large stake on them to go down.

One to consider: Everton (2.75)

Everton were almost relegated last season and the same manager, Frank Lampard, is still in charge.

With few signings of any note and the loss of key man Richarlison (sold to Tottenham), who almost kept them up single-handedly last year, they may seriously struggle for goals. And their defense isn’t much better.

Of course, Lampard knows his side better this term and will be better for the experience of what happened last season, but Everton could easily be dragged into another relegation dogfight.

Fulham To Finish In Top 10

In striker Aleksandr Mitrovic, Fulham have the striker’s equivalent of Silva. He scored a remarkable 43 goals in The Championship last year and his record in the top flight this season has been good as well.

Fulham have been playing fearless football and it has paid them rich dividends. Fulham are currently ninth in the Premier League point table.

How to bet on the Premier League rELEGATION Market?

So, now you know who might be the best bet in this market in the shape of Fulham, it’s time to put your money down. Here’s how to do it:

  1. Log into your account and go to Sports/Sportsbook.
  2. Go to football and now head to English Football.
  3. Click on Premier League and now tap on Premier League Outrights.
  4. Choose the England Premier League Relegation 2022-23 market.
  5. Choose the team(s) you want to back, select your stake and bet on them.

What to look for in a potential Team To Get Relegated?

Here are the main things to focus on:

Newly Promoted Clubs Have It All To Do

The record books show that sides who have just come up from The Championship are highly likely to struggle.

In fact, in the last ten seasons of the Premier League, on eight occasions one of the newly promoted sides were relegated in their first season in the Premier League.

Last year, for example, two of the three promoted sides (Watford and Norwich) went down.

Absence of a proven goalscorer

You’re not going to win any matches if you don’t score. It’s all well and good a side having different goalscorers who chip in with goals, but you’ll generally need one player who you can bank on to get at least 10 goals in a season.

If there isn’t one, they’re likely to struggle.

Thin squad

Don’t just consider the strength of the team’s likely starting XI. As the season wears on there will be injuries, suspensions, fatigue, and other reasons why first-choice players won’t be able to play.

Teams who don’t have adequate cover to come in and start games, or substitutes who don’t make an impact, won’t be able to cope.

At least eight clean sheets a season

Keeping a clean sheet is hard work in the Premier League, even for the likes of Liverpool and Manchester City. But if you don’t keep many at all, you’re not going to win many games.

The ability to win tight games 1-0 is worth gold dust but if you always concede, it means you’re going to need one of your own to at least draw and at least two to win.

If a team looks unlikely to keep at least eight clean sheets, they’re likely to be in trouble.

Look at the manager

Some managers just aren’t cut out for a relegation scrap. Others are. Take Sam Allardyce for example. There’s a reason why teams time and time again hire Big Sam on a short-term basis when they’re struggling to beat the drop.

More often than not, he keeps teams up. But other managers try to play a style of football that’s too fancy for the players they have or can’t get their side over the line in tight games.

See what we say about Fulham’s Marco Silva below. Decide whether a manager is suited to avoid relegation or is one who can’t hack the pressure of a relegation fight.

Premier League Relegation History

  • 2021–22: Burnley, Watford & Norwich City
  • 2020–21: Fulham, West Bromwich Albion, & Sheffield United
  • 2019–20: Bournemouth, Watford, & Norwich City
  • 2018–19: Cardiff City, Fulham, & Huddersfield Town
  • 2017–18: Swansea City, Stoke City, & West Bromwich Albion
  • 2016–17: Sunderland, Middlesbrough, & Hull City
  • 2015–16: Aston Villa, Norwich City, & Newcastle United
  • 2014–15: Hull City, Burnley, & Queens Park Rangers
  • 2013–14: Norwich City, Fulham, & Cardiff City
  • 2012–13: Wigan Athletic, Reading, & Queens Park Rangers
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