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Premier League Relegation Odds: Final day shootout between Everton, Leicester and Leeds

This year's Premier League relegation battle will go down to the final day, with two of Everton, Leicester and Leeds set to go down.

Latest Relegation Betting Odds

Club:Relegation Odds:
Leeds United1/16
Leicester City1/6

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Leeds United

Position: 19th
Points: 31
Relegation odds: 1/16

Big Sam's Leeds United now stand on the brink of relegation from the Premier League, with a bruising 3-1 defeat to West Ham at the London Stadium meaning they require a win on the final day against Tottenham at Elland Road if they are to stand any chance of survival.

Without a win in their last eight in the league, the Whites look a team devoid of confidence, with their tally of 74 goals conceded the worst in the division.

There are two permutations which could see Leeds stay up on the final day - a win against Tottenham coupled with Everton losing at home to Bournemouth, or if the Toffees draw with the Cherries and Allardyce's men can sensationally muster up a win against Spurs by a three-goal margin.

Leicester City

Position: 18th
Points: 31
Relegation odds: 1/8

Leicester City's survival hopes were given a slight boost following a battling draw away to Newcastle, but Dean Smith's men still require a win at home to West Ham on the final day to have a chance of staying up.

A win against the Hammers would be enough to see the Foxes avoid relegation should Everton fail to beat Bournemouth at Goodison Park, in light of Leicester's superior goal difference to the Merseysiders.

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Position: 17th
Points: 33
Relegation odds: 3/1

Everton are now 3/1 to be relegated after a last-gasp equaliser from Yerry Mina in a 1-1 draw at Molineux gave the Toffees some added daylight from the Premier League's bottom three.

Sean Dyche's men are now in a position where they know a victory on the final day will guarantee their survival, with a home fixture against a 15th-placed Bournemouth side with nothing but pride left to play for at Goodison Park appearing very winnable on paper.

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