There are always going to be three teams that will be relegated at the end of the English Premier League season. The 2015-16 season has three teams coming in as Bournemouth, Watford and Norwich City will be playing. Bournemouth has never played in this level of competition before but the other two teams have.
Needless to say, all three of these teams have the best odds of being relegated back down at the end of the 2015-16 season. In particular, Watford has 4-7 odds of being moved down again. Troy Deeney has been a star with the Hornets and led the team in goals last year. He also has more than two hundred games with the side.
Norwich has 10-11 betting odds of being relegated. The Canaries are lead by Russell Martin, a player who has been within the team since 2010, and is also a veteran of Scotland's national team.
Bournemouth has slightly better odds but even they are not all that strong. In particular, the Cherries have even money odds of being relegated. Tommy Elphick, a defender, will be the team's captain again. Brett Pitman has been a star with the side for much of his career except for a brief stretch where he played for Bristol City.
In terms of other teams, Sunderland and Aston Villa were both three points away from being relegated last year but managed to hold on. Sunderland has 5-2 odds from soccer betting oddsmakers of being relegated while Aston Villa is at 4-1.
Those who are extremely adventurous can go after bets involving other popular teams that will probably compete for the title. Bets for Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester City to be relegated are going for at least 2000-1. Of course, some sportsbooks will not carry relegation bets for teams that are clearly not going to be in that discussion.
In terms of more realistic bets, Crystal Palace has 5-1 odds of being relegated. West Ham United is listed at 6-1 to be moved down.