After two seasons of flirting with relegation, including a final day escape last campaign, Everton are currently fifth favourites to be relegated from the Premier League at 4/1.
The Toffees have never suffered relegation to the second tier since the inception of the Premier League; indeed, they have only tasted relegation twice in their club's history, the last time coming way back in 1951.
Everton's relegation fears have resurfaced again following an immediate 10-point deduction imposed by the Premier League for breaching financial regulations.
A terrible start to the season saw Sean Dyche's men pick up just one point from their opening five games, but Everton had suffered just one loss in five games before the sanction was imposed.
After a 3-0 home defeat to Manchester United, Everton bounced back emphatically, winning four straight matches against Nottingham Forest, Newcastle, Chelsea and Burnley to move out of the relegation zone.
However, since then the Toffees' form has dipped significantly and whilst their 1-1 draw with Brighton at the weekend means they have lost just one of the last five, they are worryingly winless in their last ten.
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Everton have suffered relegation twice in their history, both coming long before the start of the Premier League.
The most recent was in the 1950/51 season, but before then you have to go all the way back to the 1929/30 season for the last time the club dropped out of the top flight.
Everton have a rich history of top flight football, with only Arsenal having a longer uninterrupted spell at the peak of English football than the Toffees.
Everton have now played in the top division longer than than Liverpool, Manchester United, Tottenham and Chelsea, all of whom have suffered relegation more recently than Everton.
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