Brentford Relegation Odds: Bees 10% likely to go down after West Ham defeat

Brentford Relegation Odds: Bees 10% likely to go down after West Ham defeat

If the chances of relegation weren’t already becoming a reality for the Bees it certainly will be now after a Monday to forget for Thomas Frank and his team.

Brentford has faced significant challenges in their third Premier League season, grappling with numerous injuries to key players like Bryan Mbeumo and Rico Henry, compounded by the absence of their star striker Ivan Toney due to suspension.

The 4-2 defeat to West Ham last night marks the 10th defeat in the last 12 games for Brentford and leaves them sitting precariously five points above the relegation zone. 

To make matters worse, Brentford were dropped from 15th to 16th place before the whistle had even blown as Everton were handed four points back, after their appeal against their financial fair play sanctioning was successful. 

Demoralised, they now must turn their attention to Carabao Cup finalists Chelsea, before confronting an Arsenal team that breezed through David Moyes side 6-0 just two weeks ago.

Brentford Relegation Odds 

Brentford have been given a 10% chance of being relegated from the Premier League this season at shortest odds 8/1 at Ladbrokes

Ivan Toney and Brentford were 16/1 (best price) to be relegated before yesterday's events. They can still be found at a best price of 14/1 (an implied chance of 6.6%) at William Hill.

Premier League Relegation Odds

There is just one team between Brentford and the relegation zone as things stand, which is a struggling Nottingham Forrest side who are one point behind the Bees.

Nottingham Forrest have experienced a significant downturn in form as injury woes and Afcon commitments left them without their preferred team. Despite this they picked up a vital 2-0 win against West Ham.

Nottingham forests troubles extend beyond their poor form, as they now face the prospect of a points reduction for breaking financial fair play rules. Their punishment will come no later than 8th April, which would leave them with just six games to recover before the end of the season. 

Luton finds themselves just below Forest in the standings. Despite securing two draws and one win, their momentum took a downturn with three consecutive losses, notably succumbing to a 3-1 defeat at home against relegation favourites Sheffield United.

Team Best Price Worst Price
Sheffield United 1/33 1/100
Burnley 1/12 1/40
Luton 3/5 11/20
Nottingham Forest 2/1 13/8
Everton 15/2 5/1
Brentford 14/1 8/1
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