How Newcastle United, Everton and Crystal Palace's Premier League relegation odds shifted after a dramatic weekend
With just seven games of the Premier League season remaining, the battle to remain in the top flight remains at large.
By Mark Donnelly Published 19th Mar 2019, 11:13 BST - 1 min read Updated 19th Mar 2019, 11:18 BST How have Newcastle United's Premier League relegation odds changed?
And after a weekend full of drama, there were some notable shifts in the odds when it comes to which three teams will be relegated this season.
Scroll down and click through the pages to see who the bookmakers think will be safe - and who may be in danger: A dramatic victory over basement side Huddersfield pushed the Hammers into the top half, and saw their relegation odds significantly lengthen. A fine win over Chelsea on Sunday saw the Toffees move 12 points clear of the drop zone, with that gap reflected in their long odds. A 2-1 triumph at Burnley continued the Foxes' strong start to life under new manager Brendan Rodgers and saw their odds for an unlikely relegation stretch even further. A point against Newcastle on Saturday means the Cherries look set to stay clear of relegation danger, as their odds to go down lengthened. A fine start to 2019 has seen Rafa Benitez's side climb well clear of relegation danger - with their relegation odds have increased after a strong string of results. Roy Hodgson's men sit just five points clear of the drop zone and - having not played in the most recent round of fixtures - face a crunch clash with Huddersfield in their next outing. Similarly to Palace, only five points separate the Seagulls and the bottom three - meaning their odds remain fairly short. The Saints remain in the thick of the relegation battle with their odds remaining fairly low after a weekend away from action. Defeat to Leicester last weekend leaves the Clarets in some real trouble, with their relegation odds having tumbled in recent weeks. Currently occupying the final spot in the relegation zone, the bookmakers believe the Bluebirds could be braced for the drop. The Cottagers will need to make up a 13 point gap if they are to survive, and the bookmakers are backing them for the drop. The Terriers currently sit 16 points adrift of safety, and most bookmakers believe it is a foregone conclusion that the Yorkshire side will be relegated.