Who Are Odds-On Favorites For Relegation?

All of the betting shops have Hull City as odds on favorites to be relegated with as one example SkyBet has them 1/7 and Newcastle as 9/2. The odds have changed since Sunderland saved themselves last night with a great 0-0 draw at Arsenal, and that’s four game unbeaten for Sunderland,  in which they have picked up 8 points under new manager Dick Advocaat.

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Here are all the betting odds and they have Hull as odds on in every one of them.

So the bookies seem to be assuming that Hull City have very little chance of Hull beating Manchester United at home on Sunday, but stranger things have happened on the last day of the season and Newcastle must try to win their game – because if they do that at least we can say when the lads delivered when they had to.

But if we only draw or are beaten and we don;t go down – it’s only because Hull saved us from relegation.

Hull did beat Liverpool 1-0 at home on April 28th – so it’s certainly possible for them to beat the Red Devils – and let’s face it almost everything has gone against Newcastle this year – and it would be topped off if Hull do mange to beat Manchester United and we cannot beat West Ham.

Sometimes you get what you deserve, and a  low 14% think we can beat West Ham on Sunday – that’s not good.

Here’s your chance to vote if you haven’t already done so.

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3 comments so far

  • Jail for Ashley

    May 21, 2015 at 1:52 PM

    Comment #1

    Carvers last words before they go on to the pitch on Sunday will probably be ‘don’t worry too much, Hull will probably get beat anyway’

  • hibbit

    May 21, 2015 at 1:53 PM

    Comment #2

    If you have to go to the game DON’T WEAR WONGA thank you

  • Ibizatoon

    May 21, 2015 at 2:00 PM

    Comment #3

    Braveheart…From previous thread…I could probably find some change in my armchair…

    I absolutely get what you mean. When I said foot in the door, i meant just that. We would then need to keep going, and finding ways to fund the other 51% – could be by another investor or it could be more fan participation as time goes on.

    My first course of action is still to pressure Ashley in to selling. But I do think NUST’s idea deserves some serious discussion.


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