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Sheffield United are now 1/6 to be relegated from the Premier League

| 18.12.2020
SPORTSBOOK ODDS

Plus, the latest odds in the title race – as Manchester United are cut to 11/1

Our traders have cut the odds on Sheffield United being relegated to 1/6 (from 1/5), with the Blades firmly odds-on for the drop this season following another defeat on Thursday night.

Manchester United, who came from behind to win 3-2 at Bramall Lane, were cut to 11/1 to win the Premier League.

Elsewhere, will the Sam Allardyce factor be enough to help the Baggies survive? The odds suggest they may still struggle – West Brom (1/3) and Fulham (4/7) are the next favourites to go down, with Burnley at 6/5.

“It’s another one-goal defeat for Sheffield United and it’s starting to look like they’re heading to the last chance saloon already. We make them overwhelmingly odds-on to be relegated, now at 1/6,” said Coral’s Harry Aitkenhead

“Burnley earned a good point at Villa and as our betting stands now, they’re favourites to avoid the drop out of the bottom few sides with West Brom and Fulham odds-on alongside the Blades,” added Aitkenhead.

Manchester United are 11/1 currently with our traders to win the Premier League. Liverpool are the 6/5 favourites in the outright market, with Manchester City 9/4 and Tottenham (7/1) and Chelsea (9/1) seeing their odds drift after the midweek fixtures.

To be relegated from the Premier League this season

1/6 Sheffield United, 1/3 West Brom, 4/7 Fulham, 6/5 Burnley, 5/1 Brighton, Newcastle, 8/1 Crystal Palace, 16/1 Leeds, 25/1 Arsenal, 40/1 Aston Villa, West Ham, 66/1 Wolves

To win the Premier League

6/5 Liverpool, 9/4 Manchester City, 7/1 Tottenham, 9/1 Chelsea, 11/1 Manchester United, 33/1 Leicester, 66/1 Everton, Southampton

View the latest football odds here.

All odds and markets correct as of the date of publishing

 

 

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