Whilst it’s business as usual at the top of the Premier League table, things are starting to get really interesting in the relegation zone. It will be little surprise to see Premier League newcomers like Fulham and Cardiff struggling at the bottom, but with heavy-hitters like Newcastle also in trouble, it could be interesting to place a bet on who will get relegated this season.
Cardiff City are currently many bookmakers’ favourites to go down and Neil Warnock’s team are still without a win this season. With four defeats in their last five games, it’s clear that big things need to change if Cardiff want to play top-flight football next season. Despite the disappointing results, there’s still room for hope as Josh Murphy and Victor Camarasa have played some great football. But until Warnock finds a solution for the surprisingly blunt Cardiff attack, it’s hard to see how they could fight their way out of this situation.
Much has been made of how Huddersfield Town have managed to make something out of nothing, but it looks like the low spending club could be up for the chop as they are currently at the bottom of the Premier League table. With just three goals and two points in seven games, David Wagner’s team are looking especially feeble at the moment, and it could be wise to head over to betting.org to see what some recommended bookmakers are offering for a Huddersfield relegation.
Whilst Wolves are one of the surprise teams of the current 2017/18 season, their fellow Premier League newcomers, Fulham, aren’t having such an easy time. The Cottagers are placed fourth from bottom after their 3-0 thrashing by Everton, and the pressure will be on Slavisa Jokanovic to change things around quickly. Although Fulham’s 4-2 win against Burnley will have given the Craven Cottage faithful some room for hope, it’s clear that their new striker, Aleksandar Mitrovic, will be increasingly called upon to help resolve an increasingly tricky situation.
It’s also been a frustrating season for Newcastle United. The Magpies managed to get a mid-table position despite difficulties in the boardroom last season, but it looks like they are having an even trickier time this year. Rafael Benitez’s team are still without a win in their 2018/19 campaign, and whilst they remain one of the most vigorously supported sides in the league, it’s easy to see why the lack of money for signings has ruined their chances this season.
And with other teams like Southampton, Brighton and West Ham also facing relegation, it’s clear that it could be at the bottom of the Premier League where we’ll see the most unpredictable action this year.