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The 2019-2020 Premier League season is nearly over, and while Liverpool clinched the title weeks ago after a dominant campaign, there’s plenty left to play for among teams chasing Champions League places and those at the bottom of the standings hoping to avoid relegation.

Each season in the 20-team Premier League, the bottom three teams are relegated to the English Championship, the second tier of English soccer. In turn, the top two teams in the Championship are automatically promoted, and the final promotion spot is settled via a playoff.

Which Premier League teams are going down?

One team has already clinched relegation: 20th-place Norwich City

There are three other teams in serious danger of relegation with two games left to play: Aston Villa (31 pts), Bournemouth (31 points) and Watford (34 points).

The next two teams in the standings, 15th-place West Ham (37 points) and 16th-place Brighton (37 points), are likely safe due to goal difference, but could still potentially be relegated. Here’s a look at the schedule for the bottom three fighting to avoid relegation:

Watford (34 points, -23 goal difference)

Games left: vs. Man City, at Arsenal

Bournemouth (31 points, -25 goal difference)

Games left: vs. Southampton, at Everton

Aston Villa (31 points, -27 goal difference)

Games left: vs. Arsenal, at West Ham

Of the bottom three, Watford certainly has the toughest remaining schedule, but also has three key points in hand over Bournemouth and Aston Villa.

Which teams will be promoted to the Premier League

One Championship team, 1st-place Leeds United, has already clinched promotion and the title.

The second automatic promotion spot is still up for grabs by three teams: 2nd-place West Brom (82 points, +32 goal difference), 3rd-place Brentford (81 points, +43 goal difference), and 4th-place Fulham (80 points, +16 goal difference). All three teams have one game left to play on the season, on July 22nd.

In the EFL Championship, the third promotion spot is determined by a four-team playoff, with 3rd-place playing 6th-place in one semifinal, and 4th-place playing 5th-place in the other. In all, there are six teams that could end up in a promotion playoff, though as Nottingham Forest have a game in hand, the final playoff spot could likely come down to Welsh teams Cardiff City or Swansea. Here’s a rundown of the current standings:

2. West Brom (82 points, 1 game left)

3. Brentford (81 points, 1 game left)

4. Fulham (80 points, 1 game left)

5. Nottingham Forest (70 points, 2 games left)

6. Cardiff City (70 points, 1 game left)

7. Swansea (67 points, 1 game left)

The playoff semifinals will be played over two legs in late July, with the promotion final scheduled for August 4th.

The 2019-20 Premier League season starts on Friday when Liverpool host Norwich City at Anfield.

While the title race is basically over before it begins (it’ll be Manchester City or Liverpool), there are still some interesting betting opportunities for top 4 (Champions League qualification), top 6 (Europa League qualification) and relegation.

2019-20 Premier League Top 4 and Top 6 odds

Either City (-200) or Liverpool (+275) will win the EPL this year. As the odds indicate, they’re still miles ahead of the rest of the league. No club did enough this summer to close the gap. Best to move on from there and focus on other futures.

Let’s look at odds for top 4 and top 6 finishes at DraftKings Sportsbook.

TeamChampionTop 4Top 6
Manchester City-200-5000Off the board
Liverpool+275-1250-10000
Tottenham+1800-177-1000
Chelsea+3300+110-455
Manchester United+3300+100-500
Arsenal+5000+125-400
Everton+15000+1600+350
Wolverhampton+15000+1600+350
Leicester+25000+2000+400
West Ham+50000+6600+1100
Bournemouth+100000+10000+3300
Crystal Palace+100000+10000+3300
Southampton +100000+10000+3300
Watford+100000+10000+3300
Newcastle +100000+12500+4000
Aston Villa+100000+15000+4000
Burnley+150000+25000+8000
Brighton+150000+25000+8000
Norwich City+200000+40000+10000
Sheffield +200000+50000+15000

Barring a rash of injuries, Tottenham Hotspur (+1800 title, -177 top 4, -1000 top 6) are a lock for the top 4 and Champions League qualification. However, the 4th spot could go to a number of teams.

While Chelsea and Manchester United are the oddsmakers’ choice at +110, Arsenal had a considerably better summer than the Blues or Red Devils. Arsenal’s price at +125 limits their value though. Everton (+1600), Wolves (+1600) and West Ham (+6600) all spent enough money to improve their teams this summer. Traditionally, among the biggest indicators of where a club will finish is what their players are actually worth. A quick scan of transfer market values has the top 7 teams in player value matching the top 7 on DraftKings Sportsbook title odds.

There are plenty of question marks this year around Chelsea (transfer ban, unproven manager), ManU (unproven manager, instability with star players), and Arsenal (no defense). It wouldn’t be surprising to see Everton, Wolves, or West Ham crack the top 4 or top 6. Not only did they spend money this summer, they spent it wisely in key areas of need.

2019-20 Premier League relegation odds

Like with the title odds, the relegation candidates are all teams with the lowest player market value.

Here are the odds for Premier League teams to be relegated, according to DraftKings Sportsbook. For those unfamiliar, three Premier League teams get relegated every season.

Sheffield -150Norwich -106Brighton +180Burnley +180Aston Villa +200
Newcastle +200Southampton +450Crystal Palace +500Bournemouth +500Watford +600
West Ham +1100Leicester City +2500Everton +4000Wolves +4000Arsenal +100000
Chelsea +100000Manchester United +100000Tottenham +200000Liverpool +500000Manchester City +500000

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Sheffield United and Norwich City are going to struggle to stay in England’s top flight (read why here). They’re odds-on favorites to be relegated and for good reason. That leaves one more relegation spot with the most likely candidates (barring key injuries to other mid-table squads) being Brighton & Hove Albion or Burnley (read why here). Over the past two season, Burnley has had more overall success. They have slightly more talent on the roster. This could be a long campaign for Brighton.