Who’s Going Down in the English Premier League?


We caught up with the team over at Bet on Brazil and had something of a rambling conversation about next year’s Premier League results. Looking at the top end of the table, it’s certainly going to be very competitive. But who will slip back into the Championship? Here are some of the candidates:


They’ve made a few interesting signings this summer. Valdes is a proven keeper and de Room is a classy defensive midfielder. If they can get Bamford back on loan from Chelsea, then this could be the season that Boro stay up. Prediction: Safe


They’ve lost a few keys players from the team that took them up. The Clarets need another striker, a strong midfield general and an experienced center back – and not lose Keane or any more of their current squad. This will be a touch season for them, but Sean Dyche does not send out a team of failures. Burney has a point to prove. Prediction: Safe


Steve Bruce will always have a team that will fight for him, and they have experience with both the Premier League and relegation and will do anything to avoid the latter. One of the yo-yo clubs in England, Hull will need to dig deep to avoid the drop. Prediction: Relegated


Watford did very well last season and caused a few shocks along the way. They have retained the majority of the first team squad, but after fading quite badly towards the end of last season, fitness will be key. They have also acquired the services of the wonderfully names Isaac Success. Could this be their year? Prediction: Safe


Eddie Howe had a great season last year, and Bournemouth have made their intent clear with signing of Jordan Ibe from Liverpool. Assuming Howe isn’t poached by the England team, they should be okay. Prediction: Safe

Crystal Palace

Last year, they avoided relegation and got to the FA Cup Final, so it can be chalked up as a successful time for Alan Pardew. Palace has culled their squad and brought in Andos Townsend and James Tomkins, as well as an international keeper in the form of Steve Mandanda. Prediction: Safe


After pulling off a great escape last season, the Black Cats know they need to get off to a strong start. They have let go a number of their first team, and at the time of writing, have no major signings and have just lost manager Sam Allardyce to the England job. Prediction: Relegated


Will we be saying goodbye to the only Welsh team in the league? Swansea was sporadic last season before finishing in the bottom half of the table. They have signed Leroy Fer but lost Eder. Prediction: Relegated.

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