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Who is the favorite to go down and who will stay up in the Premier League?

          Who is the favorite to go down and who will stay up in the Premier League?



Who is the favorite to go down and who will stay up in the Premier League?



The Premier League's relegation picture for this season is still unclear. Sure, there are two teams at the bottom of the table that are seriously out of position, but there are also two teams that have charges against them that could cost them points. 



The teams accused of violating the Profitability and Sustainability guidelines (PSR) are Nottingham Forest and Everton (again). Both sides' hearings must end by April 8th, at which point the relegation scenario will become somewhat more apparent.



It is important to keep in mind that, in the event that appeals are necessary, the procedure must be completed by May 24—five days before the season's last game. Thus, until the last week of the season, we might not have a good picture of the current situation. This implies that the current bottom three teams, Luton, Burnley, and Sheffield United, all have a chance to survive.



Sheffield United has let up five goals or more in their last four home games, and with 74 goals in their last 28 games, they are on track to surpass Derby's record of 89 goals given up in a 38-game Premier League season. Maintaining any sort of survival fight requires good home form, but Burnley has only defeated the Blades in 11 of their last 14 home games.

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