Updated relegation odds & Premier League table after dramatic weekend for Newcastle, Fulham & Burnley

It’s been a another positive weekend in our push towards Premier League safety, with Fulham throwing away TWO precious points at Arsenal 24 hours on from our huge win over West Ham.

Fulham looked set to reduce the gap to six points with a 0-1 victory at The Emirates, only for Eddie Nketiah’s 97th minute strike to deal Scott Parker’s side yet another hammer blow.

Burnley, who we leapfrogged yesterday, also conceded two late goals to lose 3-1 at Old Trafford today – a result that leaves them six ahead of Fulham (27 points) and two behind ourselves.

Here’s an updated Premier League table, followed by the latest relegation odds following this weekend’s results:

Relegation odds – 18th April

  1. Sheffield United – RELEGATED
  2. West Brom – 1/100 (1.01)
  3. Fulham – 1/12 (1.08)
  4. Burnley – 8/1 (9)
  5. Newcastle – 13/1 (14)
  6. Brighton – 22/1 (23)

This is quite a swing considering these were the bookies relegation odds back in early March:

Relegation odds – 9th March

  1. Sheffield United – 1/100 (1.01)
  2. West Brom – 1/50 (1.02)
  3. Newcastle – 6/5 (2.20)
  4. Fulham – 7/4 (2.75)
  5. Brighton – 4/1 (5.00)
  6. Burnley – 13/2 (7.5)

Here are our remaining fixtures alongside Fulham, Burnley and Brighton, with the latter having two games in hand on Fulham:

Newcastle (6 games) –  Liverpool (A), Arsenal (H), Leicester (A), Man City (H), Sheffield United (H), Fulham (A).

Fulham (5 games) –  Chelsea (A), Burnley (H), Southampton (A), Man Utd (A), Newcastle (H).

Burnley (6 games) – Wolves (A), West Ham (H), Fulham (A), Leeds (H), Liverpool (H), Sheffield United (A).

Brighton (7 games) – Chelsea (A), Sheffield United (A), Leeds (H), Wolves (A), West Ham (H), Man City (H), Arsenal (A).

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About Olly Hawkins

Olly has been a Junior Magpie from birth. As a season ticket holder and avid Newcastle United fan, he eats, sleeps and breathes all things NUFC!

2 thoughts on “Updated relegation odds & Premier League table after dramatic weekend for Newcastle, Fulham & Burnley

  1. Olly: Arsenal looked absolutely terrible today. I think there is a chance of at least a point despite our record against them. I said in the discussion thread this is the worst Arsenal team I have ever seen in the PL and now it looks like Lacazette will be out against us.

    I think we need a max of 1 point for safety.


  2. Also, I wonder what that “Super-Computer” is predicting? If was so Super it wouldnt need to change the odds and places after every round of games 🙂 Wouldnt it just tell us at the beginning of the season and be done?



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