2021 English Premier League Odds To Be Relegated And Other Wagers

  • BetOnline oddsmakers believe Fulham (-120) and Newcastle United (+150) are in danger of relegation from the English Premier League
  • Bovada favors Liverpool (-140) and Chelsea (-125) to capture the fourth-and-final qualification spot in the Champions League
  • Manchester City’s dominant season leaves Manchester United (+100) and Leicester City (+200) to fight for second place

With 13 consecutive Premier League victories, Manchester City is ten points clear of second-placed Manchester United and running away with the title. But while the Sky Blues are massive -10000 favorites to win the championship, there are other wagering opportunities available in the Premier League.

Below, we look at odds to be relegated, odds to finish second, and odds to finish top four.

2021 Premier League – Relegation Odds

To be RelegatedBetOnline
Sheffield United-6600
West Brom-4000
Fulham-120
Newcastle United+150
Burnley+700
Crystal Palace+1000
Brighton+2500

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Fulham and Newcastle United in danger

Sheffield United (-6600) and West Brom (-4000) are sure bets to be two of the three teams relegated to the Championship, with Fulham (-120) and Newcastle United (+150) in immediate danger to be the third.

Ten points ahead of Fulham a week ago, Newcastle United’s lead has dwindled to just three points after a loss to Manchester United on Sunday night. Thanks to a five-game winning streak, Brighton (+2800) is no longer viewed as being in immediate danger, but they are only four points up on Fulham.

2021 Premier League – Odds to finish 2nd

Winner without Man CityBovada
Manchester United+100
Leicester City+200
Liverpool+600
Chelsea+600

Man U favored to be the runner up

Manchester United (+100) and Leicester City (+200) are currently tied for second place through 24 games. While United is ahead on goal difference for the moment, they had managed just one win in five top-flight matches before a sloppy 3-1 victory over Newcastle on Sunday.

Given that Man U will play Man City two weeks from now and that Leicester City is playing inspired football with nine straight away victories, the Foxes might be the better bet.

New Castle Unitedto be Relegated
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Leicester Cityto finish 2nd in Premier League
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Premier League – Odds to finish top 4

Top 4 FinishBovada
Manchester United-700
Leicester City-400
Liverpool-140
Chelsea-125
West Ham United+400
Tottenham Hotspur+800
Everton+900

Liverpool or Chelsea for Champions League?

Man City, Man United (-700), and Leicester City (-400) will likely finish top three in the Premier League, leaving a bunch of teams to battle it out for the fourth and final spot in the Champions League. Despite their recent struggles, the defending champions in Liverpool (-140) are still favored in the race for Champions League qualification thank to having the easiest remaining schedule of the nine contenders.

Having turned their season around under new coach Thomas Tuchel, Chelsea (-125) is expected to be the Reds’ primary competition, but with only 14 games remaining, they still have to play Manchester United, Everton, Leeds, Liverpool, West Ham, Manchester City, Arsenal, Leicester, and Aston Villa.

West Ham (+400) will also face tough competition down the stretch, but if they can manage to stay in the hunt they’ll face bottom-half opponents in Brighton, West Brom, and Southampton in their final three games.

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