Premier League Relegation: Are Everton or West Ham Getting Relegated this Season?

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While it might be this season’s title scrap that is stealing most of the Premier League headlines, there remains a huge tussle at the foot of the table.

With up to six top-flight clubs still in a real battle to extend on their Premier League status in 2023, fans from across the country are bracing themselves for what looks set to be a rollercoaster few months.

As time really starts to tick away for clubs battling it out in the bottom-three scrap, we are getting to the point where every game is a must-win showdown.

With just a handful of points separating a string of Premier League teams, we have taken a look at the latest from this season’s heavyweight relegation battle.

 

Will Everton get Relegated this Season? 

  • Dyche is the man for Everton

With it announced during the final few days of the January transfer window that Sean Dyche would be replacing Frank Lampard at Goodison Park, Everton are enjoying a major resurge on Merseyside.

Opening Dyche’s tenure in charge with a famous 1-0 victory against title challengers Arsenal on February 4th, the former Burnley boss has offered Everton an immediate boost in their battle for survival.

While the Blues might have suffered a routine 2-0 loss away at bitter local rivals Liverpool earlier in the month, Dyche’s new side came roaring back over the weekend.

Edging past fellow bottom-three scrappers Leeds as they secured what could turn out to be a crucial 1-0 win at Goodison Park, Everton have skyrocketed their way out of the drop zone.

With Dyche gaining a reputation for his ability to avoid the drop during his 10-year stint in charge at Burnley, the Toffees now find themselves priced at 1/2 to extend on their Premier League status this season.

With a showdown against Aston Villa next on their calendar, Everton should be confident of breezing their way away from the bottom-three.

 

Will West Ham get Relegated this Season?

  • The Hammers are relegation fodder

Storming their way to the Europa League semi-finals last season and making real history in east London, West Ham have come crashing back down to earth in some style.

While the Hammers might have broken the bank last summer as they spent £180million on new arrivals, David Moyes’ men have recorded just five Premier League victories this time around.

With the one-time Manchester United boss under a huge amount of pressure at the London Stadium, it should not be doubted that West Ham are a major relegation contender in 2023.

Mustering just a single Premier League win since back in October and at the heart of a domestic nightmare, Moyes’ squad have also free-fallen their way into the drop zone.

Failing to find any kind of stability on either side of the World Cup’s winter break, a huge section of West Ham fans are demanding a change in the dugout.

Although the Hammers might be priced as high as 5/1 to lose their Premier League status this season, they’re firmly in the mix.

 

Are Southampton or Bournemouth Getting Relegated this Season?

Although both Southampton and Bournemouth might have opened 2023 tipped as two of the standout relegation picks, the south coast clubs have claimed a crucial boost.

While the Saints might still be looking for a new permanent boss to replace Nathan Jones after parting ways with the ex-Luton manager earlier in the month, Southampton will take a huge amount of hope from their shock 1-0 victory away at Chelsea on February 18th.

Although they might edge their way closer to March priced as low as 4/9 to lose their Premier League status, Southampton have certainly breathed life back into their charge for survival.

Likewise, while the Saints might have laid down a real marker at Stamford Bridge, they’re not the only south coast club to have clinched a crucial boost.

Claiming what could be a season-defining 1-0 victory away at Wolves and finally opening their 2023 account, Bournemouth do appear to have found some recent momentum.

Despite still being pencilled in at 4/11 to be hit with an immediate Championship return, the Cherries have lost just one of their last four Premier League appearances.

 

Premier League Relegation Odds (as of 24/02/23)

  • Bournemouth – 4/11
  • Southampton – 4/9
  • Leeds – Evens
  • Everton – 13/8
  • Nottingham Forest – 5/2
  • Wolves – 7/2
  • West Ham – 7/2
  • Leicester – 8/1
  • Crystal Palace – 8/1

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