The battle to avoid relegation from the Premier League brings drama every single year.
Suffering relegation is one of the most painful possible experiences for football fans and it hurts the players too, even though their large pay packets can help to make them feel a bit better.
Using Premier League relegation free bets is a good way to stay engaged in the season right up to the final kick of the ball, with the tears and celebrations that each season provides.
Here at freebets.co.uk, we have all the information you need to claim free bets on the Premier League’s relegation market for the 2020-21 season.
Fancy claiming Premier League relegation free bets for 2020-21? The good news is there are plenty of offers to pick from and they only take a few minutes to claim.
Head over to our bookmakers page and pick out the offer you want to take. New customers are able to get these deals, so if you already have an account with a particular bookmaker these sign-up offers will not be available to you, unfortunately.
After signing up, make a deposit, then you will need to place a qualifying bet to get the Premier League relegation free bets. This bet usually has to be placed at a certain minimum price, with each bookmaker detailing how this works in the terms and conditions of their offers.
Any free bets that you qualify for will then be credited directly into your account, so there is nothing more that you have to do – it really is that simple.
If you are thinking about how to use your free bets, check out our Premier League tips.
Various Premier League relegation betting offers are available and new ones are being added throughout the campaign, so keep an eye on free-bets.co.uk for all the latest promotions.
Bookmakers often offer enhanced odds on their relegation markets, so this can be a good option if you are hoping to get some extra value out of backing a team to either stay up or go down.
It is also possible to pick out three teams you think will be relegated and include them all as a single bet, which can bump up the price and make your chosen wager more lucrative.
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Premier League relegation usually goes right down to the wire, so a bet on this market at the start of the season will usually keep you interested right to the last games of the campaign.
Relegation is one of the hardest things for the bookmakers to predict, which means there is usually plenty of value to be found on betting on teams to go down from the Premier League.
With teams changing their managers and able to boost their squads significantly during the January transfer window, the relegation picture can change quickly through the season.
Teams can also take inspiration from a series of teams who have produced a ‘Great Escape’ over the years. Remember Roy Hodgson leading Fulham to safety against the odds a few years ago? How about Nigel Pearson at Leicester, saving the Foxes when they seemed to be doomed and setting a platform for them to win the title a couple of seasons later?
Even when a club seems to be dead and buried, there is still hope. All this makes the Premier League relegation market an extremely captivating betting option for football fans.
According to the bookmakers, West Brom and Fulham will be heading straight back to the Championship even though it is only a matter of weeks since they were celebrating their promotions to the Premier League.
Both West Brom and Fulham are priced at around evens with Bet365 to be relegated, so their chances of staying up do not look to be good. Fulham, having come up through the play-offs by beating Brentford in the final, seem to have the toughest task to stay up this season.
Aston Villa needed heroics from Jack Grealish to secure their place in the Premier League for 2020-21, though it was not enough to earn the club’s captain a spot in the England squad. Villa are 7/4 with Bet365 to be relegated this season, but they should actually be stronger this time out with their squad having more experience of what it takes to survive in the Premier League.
At 2/1 with Bet365 to be relegated, Newcastle seem set for a long campaign after their takeover dreams were dashed over the summer break. Signings like Jeff Hendrick are unlikely to improve a squad that struggled at times under Steve Bruce last season, but survived relatively comfortably in the end. Also at 2/1 with Bet365 to be relegated are Crystal Palace, who ended the 2020-21 season in shocking form. The future of Roy Hodgson is in doubt despite his vast experience and the Eagles are not likely to be flying high in the coming campaign.
Slightly better priced in the Premier League relegation odds are Burnley (3/1 with Bet365) but Sean Dyche usually steers the Clarets away from danger without too many issues. While there will surely be a drop for Sheffield United after their amazing first season back in the Premier League, 4/1 with Paddy Power for them to go down this time is not too tempting either.
More interesting is the 4/1 with 888sport for Leeds United to drop back down to the Championship. Hopes are high for Leeds but their squad lacks Premier League experience, while manager Marcelo Bielsa is an unpredictable presence on the sidelines.
An outside option that looks good value is West Ham to go down at 9/2 with Bet365. Though David Moyes has twice steered them to safety, the Scot is not popular with fans and they lack a regular goalscorer despite Michail Antonio’s fine displays in the post-lockdown period.
Check out our latest Premier League betting tips right here.
All odds are correct at the time of publication.