To Be Relegated from Premier League
While some teams are looking to get the title, some other teams are trying to survive and stay in the league for one more season. Last season, we saw Burnley, Watford, and Norwich City relegated down to the EFL Championship. Now with the Premier League 2022-23 season getting closer and closer, we need to talk about those teams that will most likely face relegation. Let’s check the latest Premier League picks, news, stats and Premier League predictions for the next season. We’ve plenty of Premier League picks today for you to consider.
According to the odds Bournemouth (-175) are the ones who are most likely going down to the 2nd division, while Nottingham Forest (-125), who finally made it back to the prestigious Premier League for the first time in 23 years, are to last just one year among the elite.
Fulham (+120), on the back of a Championship title-winning campaign last time out, are to head back down there, with the last five seasons seeing the Cottagers either go up or down the leagues.
The next two teams down the list are in a similar situation, on one hand we have Leeds (+ 250), who have managed to stay 2 seasons in the Premier League, are also in a dangerous spot after barely surviving last season.
The other team is Brentford (+250), who were able to cement their Premier League status last season, but are now finding themselves slipping into reverse. They recently acquired Aaron Hickey for a £17,000,000 fee and Keane Lewis-Potter for £16,000,000, but that might not be enough to keep them alive.
Southampton (+300) have been in the Premier League since 2012, but if they find themselves slacking this time, there is a scenario where they face relegation. Just like Southampton, Everton (+330) is probably going to face some issues this season after many of their most prized assets moved elsewhere.
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