For only the fourth time in Premier League history, all three promoted sides avoided relegation in 2022/23. Instead, Leicester, Leeds and Southampton all suffered costly relegations, but it would take a brave man to back a repeat of that feat with minnows Luton arriving in the top flight.
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Premier League 2023/24 relegation odds
- Luton – 1/3
- Sheff Utd – 8/13
- Bournemouth – 2/1
- Burnley – 5/2
- Nottingham Forest – 5/2
- Everton – 3/1
- Wolves – 7/2
- Fulham – 7/2
- Crystal Palace – 13/2
- Brentford – 8/1
Premier League 2023/24 relegation predictions
33/1 Premier League relegation treble
Luton Town to finish bottom at 11/8
Bournemouth showed last season that it’s possible to not only defy skinny relegation odds but also flourish, though it is hard not to fear the worst for Luton Town.
The Cherries stayed up and did so relatively easily, finishing five points clear of the drop zone despite losing their last four matches.
But Luton are a lot shorter price to go down than Bournemouth were 12 months ago and it absolutely makes sense.
The Hatters won only 21 of 46 league matches last season in the Championship, their summer recruiting is hardly eye-catching and given the quality at the bottom end of the Premier League is improving given the strides made by the likes of Fulham, Brentford and Aston Villa, Dave Edwards’ men looked doomed.
Sheffield United to be relegated at 8/13
Sheffield United have, of course, beaten the noose at odds-on as recently as 2019-20. Not only did they survive they actually finished ninth, which will act as encouragement to both them and Luton.
However, they look chronically light this time round, even more so after Iliman Ndiaye’s departure this week, and they don’t have the trump card – with all respect to Paul Heckingbottom – of Chris Wilder’s remarkable tactical originality which caught out so many illustrious opponents.
Crystal Palace to be relegated at 13/2
It’s quite possible there might only be one more place up for grabs in relegation betting and while it’s easy to make legitimate cases for certainly Bournemouth and Wolves but also one or two others, Crystal Palace look better value.
Roy Hodgson came in and saved them at the back end of last season but you do wonder quite how much of an appetite the soon-to-be 76-year-old will have at the prospect of a full campaign.
Of course if they have a bad trot at some point he may well not get a full campaign but he certainly has issues to resolve with Wilf Zaha gone to Galatasaray and suitors eyeing up Michael Olise.
If Zaha was the king, Olise is the heir to the throne and losing the pair of them in the space of a few weeks would be a desperate double whammy.
Palace struggled for goals for long periods last season and they just look a big price when a team like Fulham, progressive and strengthening once again, are half the odds to go.
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