Premier League Newcomer Odds 2020/21

Top Premier League Newcomer Odds 2020/21

Adapting to the jump from the Championship to the Premier League can be a tough task for any new team and also an unpredictable one for us bettors. Some promoted teams can thrive in the higher division and cement their place in one of Europe’s best leagues for years to come, such as just like Wolverhampton Wanderers and Leicester City have done in years gone by.

Now, as Leeds United, West Bromwich Albion and Fulham prepare for the season ahead with the new Premier League campaign soon approaching, we’ve looked at the odds from Bet365 to see which of the three promoted teams will fare the best.

Here are all the top newcomer Premier League odds 2020/21.

Leeds United Premier League Odds 2020/21



Leeds Premier League Odds 2020/21

It’s no surprise to see that after an eagerly anticipated return to the Premier League, Leeds are the favourites to finish the highest out of the new boys next season.

Marcelo Bielsa has changed the way Leeds United work and he has been the main reason this gargantuan club has worked its way back amongst the elite of the English game. After just narrowly missing out on promotion in his first season at Elland Road, the Argentine guided Leeds to a Championship title last year, with his attractive 'Bielsa ball' being played by top talents like Kalvin Phillips, Luke Ayling and Pablo Hernandez - such players who won't look out of place in the Premier League.

There is also talk of who Leeds and Bielsa could attract this summer, with plenty of high-profile names being linked with a move to the Championship winners. Football household names like Leon Bailey, Michy Batshuayi and Sergio Romero are reported as possible targets as the Whites look to strengthen their already impressive side and establish themselves as a Premier League outfit for years to come.

It’ll be interesting to see where Bielsa takes Leeds to in the Premier League, whether it be just surviving relegation or maybe following in Sheffield United’s footsteps and staking a place in the battle for European football. However, he is the man to move them forward and if the club can use their stature to attract the elite names, Leeds are surely here to stay.

For Leeds to finish as the highest newly promoted side, odds are at a low 4/9 - click here to claim this bet!

West Brom Premier League Odds 2020/21

Slaven Bilic guided West Brom to a second-place finish in the Championship last season, earning their promotion and a return to the Premier League following relegation in 2018.

The Baggies exchanged first and second place with Leeds throughout the season, before slipping up towards the end, whilst narrowly pipping Brentford to the second automatic spot. Bilic, who guided West Ham to seventh place in the Premier League with a record number of points in 2016, will be hoping his dynamic side can beat the drop at the least next season and edge it over Leeds this time around.

There’s plenty of impressive players at the Croatian’s disposal, such as Brazilian attacker Matheus Pereira, who recorded an incredible eight goals and 20 assists in the Championship last season on loan from Sporting Lisbon before recently making the move permanent. Add that to the list of experienced Premier League names like Kieran Gibbs, Jake Livermore and Charlie Austin, along with an experienced manager in Bilic and West Brom have the foundations to secure survival.

West Brom Premier League odds to finish as the highest newly promoted side have odds of 10/3 - click here to claim this bet!

Leicester Premier League Odds 2020/21



Fulham Premier League Odds 2020/21

After spending the past few years yoyoing from the Championship to the Premier League, the Cottagers are going to need to do something different this time around with Scott Parker.

Parker took the reigns when Fulham were last in the Premier League, replacing Claudio Ranieri with the club second from bottom and looking doomed for the drop. The then-caretaker manager wasn’t able to prevent a fall back into the second tier but deserves credit for rebuilding an exciting Fulham side that gained promotion at the first time of asking in an unforgiving league like the Championship.

Parker will look to improve his side and has gone about with signings such Antonee Robinson from Wigan, whilst being linked to a host of other good players like Eberechi Eze from QPR. Former Fulham midfielder and captain Parker will still want to keep with the majority of the starting XI from last season that got them promoted, though. He’ll look back on the last time they got promoted and splashed over £100m on players to keep them up, a tactic that failed miserably.

Parker and Fulham have experience of the Premier League that could see them stay up and/or finish above the other two promoted teams. Especially if star talisman Aleksandar Mitrovic can return to fitness and get back into the goalscoring form that saw him hit 26 Championship goals last season, the most in the league.

Ahead of the new Premier League season, Fulham Premier League odds to finish the highest out of newly promoted sides sit at 4/1 - click here to claim this bet!

By Jordan Edmonds