To be Bottom of the Premier League at Christmas Odds 2020/21

West Brom Bottom at christmas odds

After gaining promotion via the second-place spot, West Bromwich Albion have earned a place back in the Premier League following their relegation in 2018. Although Slaven Bilic’s men will be hoping to stay in the league, a trip back to the Championship is still on the cards.

Indeed, since the restart, West Brom’s record was one of the worst inside the top half of the Championship, totalling 13 points in the league - this would have put them in 11th, should the restart been a new season.

The Baggies’ first three fixtures in the Premier League are also extremely difficult as they face Leicester City, Everton and Chelsea. Plus, in the run-up to Christmas, they meet both Manchester sides which could see them drop further down the table and fight relegation early on.

West Brom are now priced with odds of 5/1 to sit bottom of the tree at Christmas - click here to claim this bet and have it in your bet slip.

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Fulham to be bottom at Christmas odds

Fulham were promoted back into the Premier League after a year in the Championship, as they beat Brentford in the play-offs in convincing fashion. However, worryingly for the Cottagers, they are tipped for relegation by the bookmakers, as last time Fulham were promoted, they were sent straight back down. Although, the west London side were in relatveiley decent form towards the end of the season, as Scott Parker’s men gained 17 points, ranking them sixth in the league in the ‘post-restart league’.

In contrast to West Brom, Fulham have a more preferable run of fixtures as they only face four out of the top seven sides. However, they do face Everton, Leicester City, Manchester City and Liverpool consecutively in the league, as well as facing Arsenal on matchday one.

All this puts Fulham as the team looked at the most to be bottom at Christmas and Fulham’s odds of sitting rock bottom on the 25th are priced at 9/2 - click here to claim this bet.

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Burnley bottom at christmas odds

Since they were promoted for the second time to the Premier League in 2016, Burnley have avoided relegation as they hit heights of seventh in the league and make their way into the Europa League.

Last season, Sean Dyche’s side finished in a comfortable 10th position, climbing five places in the league. Although, as the trend would suggest, Burnley should fall down the table.

This coming season, Burnley face a tough run of fixtures as they play six top seven sides avoiding Liverpool which falls after Christmas. Their first game against Manchester United has been postponed, which could set them up for defeat in their following fixture against Leicester City due to the lack of game time.

All of the Clarets’ difficult fixtures before Christmas tend to follow each other with the biggest run being Manchester City, Everton and Arsenal.

Burnley are currently priced with odds of 8/1 of finishing 20th at Christmas - click here to claim.

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Aston Villa bottom at Christmas odds

This season, Aston Villa narrowly avoided relegation back to the Championship following promotion the year prior, as they drew to West Ham United on the final day, ending the season with 35 points. Worryingly for Dean Smith’s side, they gained 10 points from the final 10 games following the restart which would have ranked them 13th in the league.

One of the more enviable fixture lists has to be Villa’s who face four top seven sides with their first fixture against Manchester City being postponed to a later date. As well as this, the fixtures where they play Liverpool and Leicester City consecutively are split via an international break, which could prove important to the side.

Aston Villa are now priced with odds of 8/1 to finish sit rock bottom at Christmas - click here to have this bet in your bet slip.

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Crystal Palace bottom at Christmas odds

In the Premier League this year, Crystal Palace ended their season in 14th position with only nine points separating themselves from relegation. This on the surface would look good for Roy Hodgson’s men, however, since the restart, they totalled only four points in the league, with only Norwich City below them.

Coming into this campaign, Palace’s fixtures may cause them issues in the league as they face five of the top seven sides in the league. After their first game, they face United away followed by Everton at home and then Chelsea away. Despite this, the fixture against United may be in their favour as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men won’t have played due to their first fixture being postponed.

Currently, Crystal Palace odds of finishing bottom of the tree at Christmas are now 8/1 - click here to claim.

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West Ham bottom at christmas odds

West Ham finished the Premier League 16th position last time out, five points off relegation in the lowest spot they have achieved since they were promoted in 2012. This comes after achieving a 10th placed finish the season before. However, a promising statistic for the Hammers is that since the restart, they have earned 12 points in nine games which would place them in a comfortable 10th spot.

Arguably one of the worst fixture lists in the league comes for West Ham, however, as they play all 2019/20 top seven clubs before Christmas Day. Furthermore, they will face a four-game run against opponents Leicester, Spurs, City and Liverpool, with only one game at home.

On the other hand, David Moyes' men have proved their strength in the league as they have spent only three seasons outside of the Premier League. West Ham are now priced with odds of 10/1 to be bottom at Christmas - click here to claim.

Brighton bottom at christmas odds

In Graham Potter’s first season in charge of Brighton & Hove Albion, he equalled the clubs highest placement in the league of 15th. This was a two-place rise from last year in which they were only two points off the relegation zone. On top of this, the Seagulls earned themselves 12 points since the restart, finishing in 12th spot showing their improvements.

Brighton will struggle to start the season strong as they face Chelsea, United and Everton in their first four games and then go on to face Spurs, Liverpool and Leicester all before Christmas. Three of the biggest games in that list are played at the Amex Stadium, however, Potter's men performed worse at home last year, ranking themselves 16th out of all teams in this regard.

With the improvements in the side, such as Adam Lallana, as well the possible emergence of Ben White, Brighton could escape bottom. However, they are priced with odds of 10/1 to be 20th at Christmas - click here to claim this bet.

Leeds to be bottom at christmas odds

After finishing top of the league this season, Leeds United have earned themselves a place back in the Premier League since their relegation in 2004. As well as finishing top of the league, Marco Bielsa’s side also earned 22 points out of a possible 27, post-restart - no side earned a higher total.

The Whites will have a difficult start to the season as they face the champions, Liverpool, on the first day, and then City two games later. Furthermore, Bielsa’s men will face all the 2019/20 top seven clubs, except for Spurs, with their last game before Christmas coming against rivals United.

Leeds United are now priced with odds of 12/1 to sit bottom of the tree at Christmas - click here to have this bet in your bet slip.

Newcastle to be bottom at christmas odds

After being appointed Newcastle United manager in July, Steve Bruce equalled the same 13th position which Rafa Benitez secured the season prior. Since the restart, the Magpies gained nine points from nine games, which would have seen them finish 15th in the league, and ultimately fight relegation once more.

Newcastle will only play Spurs, United and Chelsea before Christmas, not facing any other 'big six' club. Although, a huge problem that Bruce has is that their side totalled the fourth-worst amount of goals of 38. This was lower than relegated Bournemouth.

Currently priced with odds of 9/1 at finishing 20th in the league at Christmas are Newcastle - click here to claim this bet.

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