Steve Freeth takes a look at the shape of the Premier League relegation battle and gives us his thoughts on who he feels will slip through the top-flight trap door.
The race for survival further intensifies this weekend as the latest round of top-flight action throws up a couple of proverbial six-pointers.
Ever-improving Wolverhampton Wanderers (7/1 to go down) will hope to put further daylight between themselves and the drop zone as they play host to struggling Bournemouth on Saturday, at the same time that Everton (11/10 to be relegated) and Leeds United (2/1) meet in a colossal encounter at Goodison Park.
Remarkably, just six points separate 13th place Leicester City from second-bottom Bournemouth, whilst even Crystal Palace (9/1 for the drop) in 12th, and winless in six, are far from home and dry.
With Bournemouth (2/9) and Southampton (1/5) both odds-on to be plying their trade in the Championship next season, Steve Freeth assesses which of the other basement boys he is expecting to join the two south-coast clubs back in the second-tier come May.
With a full complement of fixtures to look forward to across Saturday and Sunday, our PR man casts his eye across the fixtures and tells us why a 6/1 shout on manager-less Leeds United joining the current bottom two looks a solid bet in our Premier League ‘Relegated Teams’ market.
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