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22.02.21 13:24

Odds Movers – Fulham Showing Fight In Relegation Scrap


A relegation battle that seemed done and dusted has seen some intrigue injected into it, thanks to Fulham’s recent resurgence.

With Sheffield United and West Brom seemingly destined for the drop, that leaves one other spot.

However, who will occupy it is a lot less clear than it was two weeks ago!

We’ve taken a closer look at the Odds Movers and you can also check out the latest Premier League relegation odds below.

Premier League Relegation£30 Free Bet£10 Money BackGet Up to £100 in Bet Credits
West Bromwich Albion1/50Bet1/25Bet1/25Bet
Sheffield United FC1/50Bet1/33Bet1/33Bet
Fulham FC8/11Bet7/10Bet8/11Bet
Newcastle United FC7/4Bet8/5Bet13/8Bet
Burnley FC7/1Bet7/1Bet7/1Bet
Brighton & Hove Albion FC7/1Bet8/1Bet8/1Bet

Fulham – 8/15 out to 10/11

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Fulham to be relegated

Ahead of their trip to Everton two weeks ago, Fulham were as short as 1/6 for the drop.

However, two wins and a draw have seen their odds drift significantly.

The Cottagers have a winnable clash with Crystal Palace next time out, followed by games against an out of sorts Spurs and an even-more-out-of-sorts Liverpool.

Could the Great Escape be on for Scott Parker’s men?

Newcastle – 2/1 into 6/4

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Newcastle to be relegated

Fulham’s resurgence has dragged a number of teams back into the relegation scrap, and none more so than Newcastle.

Saturday’s defeat at Manchester United was the Magpies’ eighth in their last 10 games.

And with a match against resurgent Wolves next on the fixture list, Steve Bruce’s men could even find themselves in the bottom three, as soon as this weekend.

Burnley – 11/1 into 8/1

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Burnley to be relegated

Just one win in their last six games has seen Burnley fall to just six points above the drop zone.

Sean Dyche’s men are currently an outside bet for relegation.

However, with a nightmare run of matches against Tottenham, Leicester, Arsenal & Everton to come, 8/1 could look mighty generous in a month’s time.

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