Premier League relegation odds: Latest prices as Leeds, Everton & Burnley battle the drop

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*All prices are bang up to date with our snazzy widgets, while odds in copy are accurate at time of publishing but subject to change

No one wants to watch their club sink out of the Premier League and a tense few days await Leeds, Burnley and Everton fans as their teams slug it out in the fight for their top-fight lives.


The third and final relegation spot is waiting to be filled with yo-yo club Norwich already confirmed to drop back into the Championship and Watford joining them in making an instant return to the second tier.

We’ve taken a look at Paddy Power’s Premier League relegation odds as the scrap to avoid the drop goes down to the wire. You can see the latest prices on our snazzy widgets below.


The Whites have endured that infamous second-season syndrome, and replacing Marcelo Bielsa with Jesse Marsch has only yielded a return of 12 points. That run of results had seen the Whites slide into the drop zone, but their last gasp equaliser at Brighton on Sunday has left them a point above the relegation places. Leeds may find themselves back in 18th position though, as Burnley will play their game in hand before the Whites face Brentford on the final day of the season.

Leeds Relegation

Brentford v Leeds – Sunday, May 22 (16:00)


As mad as it seemed at the time, the decision to axe Sean Dyche has reinvigorated the Clarets as they picked up 10 points from their four fixtures to climb out of the drop zone before being hammered by Aston Villa and losing narrowly at Tottenham. A strange quirk of the coronavirus-impacted campaign means Burnley face Aston Villa once again in the final midweek game of the campaign, before rounding off the season by welcoming the world’s richest club, Newcastle, to Turf Moor.

Burnley Relegation

Aston Villa v Burnley – Thursday, May 19 (20:00)
Burnley v Newcastle – Sunday, May 22 (16:00)


The Toffees have been a top-flight team since 1954 but their proud record is under threat after a nightmare campaign under Rafa Benitez and Frank Lampard. Everton could have secured their safety against Brentford, but threw away the lead twice as they played more than an hour with ten men, and the final minutes with nine. But, three points against Crystal Palace will ensure their survival before a tricky final day trip to The Emirates.

Everton Relegation

Everton v Crystal Palace – Thursday, May 19 (19:45)
Arsenal v Everton – Sunday, May 22 (16:00)

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