We take a look at the odds for Bournemouth to be relegated from the Premier League in the 2023/24 season.
Widely tipped to go straight back down following promotion from the Championship last year, eventually finishing 15th, Bournemouth are 11/4 to be relegated from the Premier League in 2023-24.
Gary O'Neil was given a lot of plaudits for steering an unfancied Bournemouth side to Premier League safety following the departure of Scott Parker last August, but this was ultimately not enough for the Englishman to keep his job at the Vitality Stadium.
The Bournemouth board made the controversial move over the summer to replace O'Neil with Rayo Vallecano boss Andoni Iraola in the dugout, with the former Athletic Bilbao stalwart tasked with taking the Cherries forward in the Premier League.
The installation of Iraola was one of many changes at Bournemouth in the off-season, with the Cherries making ambitious moves in the transfer market with a total of nine new arrivals.
Signings of exciting talents including Tyler Adams, Milos Kerkez and Alex Scott offer a lot of promise, and it's clear the Bournemouth board are aiming to improve upon the club's 15th-placed finish last term as opposed to battling relegation.
The Cherries have made an indifferent start to the new campaign, however, with new manager Iraola still searching for his first league win with Bournemouth sat 17th after three draws and three defeats from their opening six Premier League matches.
Dominic Solanke had given Iraola's side the lead at Brighton last time out, but a Milos Kerkez own goal and a second half Kaoru Mitoma double leaves them just above the relegation zone.
Bournemouth will therefore be striving to improve their form when more favourable fixtures come their way, in order to quickly pull themselves clear of the bottom three.
Bournemouth have been relegated from the Premier League once before, with the Cherries going down under Eddie Howe in 2019/20 after a five-year stay in the top flight.
Odds displayed were correct at the time of writing and are subject to fluctuation.