Paddy has already paid out single and multiple bets on Fulham getting relegated this season after the Cottagers’ 3-0 home loss to Aston Villa on Monday night. Scott Parker’s men have conceded at least three times in each of their first three fixtures, and are big odds-on to get relegated this season.
Paddy’s settled all bets on the Craven Cottage club going down – his second-earliest relegation pay-out of all time. There is hope for Fulham fans though, as the first backfired 11-years ago with Stoke City surviving in 2009 – leading to a grovelling apology from the boss!
Our spokesman said: “I feel sorry for Fulham and Scott Parker, but it looks like their race is already run – so we’re paying out on them getting relegated this season.
“It’ll be a shame to see the back of Parker, particularly because his double-breasted cardigans are a real sight to behold on the touchline.”
We think Fulham are already gone and the misery could pile up for the Cottagers who might struggle to top Derby’s pitiful points tally of 11 in 2007/06 – the worst Premier League haul ever.
Elsewhere Slaven Bilic’s West Brom are second-most likely to go down despite their thrilling 3-3 draw with Chelsea at the weekend. Burnley come next as Sean Dyche’s recruitment crisis was on full display on Saturday when he refused to use his bench in the 1-0 loss to Southampton.
Sheffield United were always going to struggle to replicate their heroics of last year and are fourth-most likely to fall through the trap door according to our trusty traders at this early stage.
Next up are Newcastle and West Ham will have lengthened following their shock 4-0 demolition of Wolves on Sunday.
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