2024 Premier League Relegation Odds Tracker
- This year’s newly-promoted teams include Luton Town, Sheffield United and Burnley
- Of those three, Sheffield United are heavily favored to finish last and be relegated this season
- How many points have relegated teams finished with in recent seasons?
We’ve been tracking the English Premier League relegation odds for all 20 EPL teams since they became available. The graphs below are generated by averaging the odds from multiple sources and will be updated throughout the 2023/24 season.
EPL Relegation Odds for Championship Candidates
2024 English Premier League Relegation Odds
Odds as of November 8th at Bet365 Sportsbook.
All three promoted teams occupy three of the bottom four spots in the EPL table right now. With zero wins Sheffield United at -800 and one win, Luton at -500, are the clear favorites for relevation.
More notes on major line movements:
- [Oct 24] Nine weeks into the new EPL season and Sheffield, Luton and Burnley still have just one win between them and could all go right back down in relegation. Bournemouth are right there with them at 0-3-6
- [Jul 25] Luton Town are easily the biggest favorites to go back to the Championship with odds of -330 for relegation. Sheffield at -150 and Burnley and Bournemouth at +250 are next in in the relegation odds
The first EPL team from last season to show up in the relegation odds is Bournemouth who actually start with the same odds as Burnley at +250. Bournemouth was 15th in the Premier League last season at 11-8-21. They finished with 39 points, five above Leicester who fell into the final relegation place.
Recently Relegated Teams and Points
|2022/23||Leicester, Leeds, Southampton||34, 31, 25|
|2021-22||Burnley, Watford, Norwich||35, 23, 22|
|2020-21||Fulham, West Brom, Sheffield United||28, 26, 23|
|2019-20||Bournemouth, Watford, Norwich City||34, 34, 21|
|2018-19||Cardiff, Fulham, Huddersfield||34, 26, 16|
|2017-18||Swansea, Stoke, West Brom||33, 33, 31|
|2016-17||Hull, Middlesbrough, Sunderland||34, 28, 24|
|2015-16||Newcastle, Norwich, Aston Villa||37, 34, 17|
|2014-15||Hull, Burnley, QPR||35, 33, 30|
|2013-14||Norwich, Fulham, Cardiff||33, 32, 30|
|2012-13||Wigan, Reading, QPR||36, 28, 25|
|2011-12||Bolton, Blackburn, Wolverhampton||36, 31, 25|
|2010-11||Birmingham, Blackpool, West Ham||39, 39, 33|
|2009-10||Burnley, Hull, Portsmouth||30, 30, 19|
35 points is what it took to stay in the Prem last season, something that Leicester (34), Leeds (31) and Southampton (25) failed to accomplish. They’ll be playing in the EFL Championship this season.
Joining the EPL this season is is Luton Town, Sheffield United and Burnley.
Burnley returns after a short relegation stint of just one season. They finished atop the Championship table at 29-14-3 and 101 points.
Sheffield were second at 28-7-11 with 91 points and Luton Town were third at 21-17-8 and 80 points.