Soccer Picks: Updated Premier League Relegation Futures Odds

Steven Suarez

Thursday, October 8, 2015 10:22 PM UTC

Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015 10:22 PM UTC

We've already examined the soccer futures odds for the Premier League winner, but now it's time to look at the end of the table and talk relegation.

It's been a rough start for some teams in the Premier League, and soccer oddsmakers have already adjusted to account for the struggles. Here's a rundown of who's at the bottom of the barrell, with includes updated soccer odds from 5Dimes


Sunderland (-475)
Right now there's one clear "favorite" to get relegated, and that's the Black Cats. They've still yet to win a match this season and have earned just three points through their first eight league matches. Following the brutal start, Dick Advocaat decided to step down as the man in charge of the club, with Sam Allardyce being pinned as the successor.


Aston Villa (-145)
There's no doubt the Villains have been just as disappointing in league play so far, with only four points to their name. Their results have left a lot to be desired and they're already in a very precarious position as a result. Tim Sherwood is running out of time to turn things around, with the calls for his head swirling 


Newcastle (+125)
Tied with Sunderland on three points, the Magpies have been a mess as well. Because of an inferior goal differential, they're actually in dead last in the table, with a goal differential of -11. They've picked up three draws and five losses through their first eight EPL matches of the campaign, and they just got thumped 6-1 by Manchester City after taking a 1-0 lead.


Bournemouth (+225)
The newly-promoted outfit started off with some very impressive results, but they've since cooled off, and a season-ending injury to their top striker Callum Wilson is going to help their chances. It may not be long before we see Bournemouth find their way down in the relegation zone, though they have been playing an entertaining style so far in the top flight. At least there's that.

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