With the transfer window for all Premier League clubs in full swing and the Premier League season just on the horizon and starting this weekend, many football fanatics like ourselves are getting excited again to see football back on the big screen. With that all coming in the new season, we look ahead at who looks to be the biggest relegation candidates and we evaluate their chances of being able to stay up.
The most likely to go back down, just like they did previously in 2017 when they came up and went straight back down is Fulham who are 10/11 to go back down. Although they will want to change this, we do believe it will be difficult for them to change this trend. However, their talisman and top goalscorer last season Alexsandar Mitrovic will certainly have something to say about this. He has always been a good goal scorer and has been tipped to sign for some Premier League clubs, and Fulham will need him to be on top form to increase their chances of staying up.
Next on the relegation agenda is that of West Brom, another club that has been promoted to the Premier League this season. One of the best sides in the Championship last season with them narrowly being beaten to the title by rivals Leeds, but have struggled of recent seasons in the Premier League having been relegated multiple times – they are currently odds to go down again at 1/1. However, they hope that with the signing of Grady Diangana and Matteus Pereira they hope to have a big more fire power upfront to keep them up.
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Finally, the last club that is odds on to go down this season is that of West Midlands club Aston Villa – now they narrowly avoided going down last season on the last game of the season and will be wanting to try and be safe earlier than that this year. Key players like Jack Grealish are crucial to this and keeping hold of him and not selling ot the big clubs is vital to their safety. They’ve spent big also on Ollie Watkins from Brentford to try and score more goals this year to try and stay up.