Premier League Betting
The best odds come from totesport who offer 5/6 for Wolves to stay up. - Vital Wolves
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While we here at Vital Wolves remain convinced we will survive in the Premier League next season. It will come as no big surprise that the bookies are not so certain.
Burnley, Birmingham and Hull are the favourites to go down, whilst Wolves will avoid the drop in 17th if the odds are to be believed.
The best odds come from totesport who offer 5/6 for Wolves to stay up. While bet365 offer 10/11 for Wolves to fall back into the Championship, with 5/1 from the same bookies for Wolves to finish bottom of the division.
Vital Wolves Comment: Last seasons Premier League battle to avoid the drop remained very open throughout the season.
Established Premier League sides Newcastle and Boro dropped out of the division, who would bet against something similar happening this season?
Blackburn at 15/2 to go down through Paddy Power, looks a good outside bet.
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