Norwich Are Gone, But Who’s Joining Them In The Championship Next Season? A Look At The Premier League Relegation Battle…

Norwich City have picked up just one point so far this season leaving them rock bottom of the Premier League after seven outings. They’re firm favourites to be relegated and given form and quality, it’s very difficult to argue.

Canaries fans are already resigned to the fact they’ll be playing Championship football next term, and from now until the end of the season they’re effectively spinning a roulette wheel, like on Crazy Vegas Online Casino, in the hope that they’ll find a little bit of joy along the way.

Ahead of them though and it’s a different story. There are six or seven teams who could join them in the Championship, all of whom are desperate to pick up points. Strategies are being developed, like any serious player on online casino Australia, or anywhere else in the world, but which manager will have the strategy and players to stay out of the bottom three?

Newcastle United

Newcastle are currently second bottom of the division and have been relegation candidates since before a ball was kicked.

Fans want the manager out and they want the owner out, but by the time that happens their Premier League dream could be over. The Magpies have a knack of escaping relegation, but this season may just be one too far for them.

Watford have sacked their manager and brought in Claudio Ranieri in recent days, which could keep them in the top flight. The bookies have marked them as third favourite to finish in the bottom three though and the disruption in the camp could cause problems.

Ranieri has transformed Leicester before though. Could another miracle be on the horizon?


Sean Dyche has just signed a new deal with Burnley and he’s done an excellent job in establishing them as a Premier League outfit.

The North West side have had a poor start to the season though, but despite being EVS with the bookmakers to go down, we think they’ll just have enough to avoid the drop this season.

Crystal Palace

Palace will have been surprised by the great start to the season of Brentford and Brighton, which has thrust them down into an early bit of trouble.

Patrick Vieira is trying to establish himself in the division and it hasn’t been easy for him. At 11/4 they should survive though and the Frenchman can go on to build from there.