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Premier League odds: Newcastle are second favourites to get relegated behind Norwich

NEWCASTLE are second favourites to get relegated from the Premier League.

William Hill have the Magpies at EVENS to finish in the bottom three as they are among five teams yet to pick up a win.

Norwich are firm favourites to go down and are odds-on at 2/7 to go back down to the Championship.

The Canaries have zero points and a goal difference of -14 already after just six games.

Southampton, Leeds and Burnley join Newcastle and Norwich as the only teams yet to pick a victory this season.

Watford are still third in the market despite already achieving two wins this season.

Burnley are fourth favourites to face the drop as they've collected just two points so far.

Relegation odds - William Hill

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Leeds United currently sit in the relegation zone after a slow start, but Sky Sports pundit Paul Merson believes Marcelo Bielsa's side can rediscover last season's form.

Merson said: "I would be shocked if they get relegated. I would be absolutely shocked.

“I wouldn’t want them to go down anyway. I love watching them. It’s a pleasure watching them today.

“As I said to you, I have put my name on the list for a season ticket at Leeds. I mean, seriously they are a team to watch.”

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