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Who do you think will get relegated from the Premier League Watch

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    So who do you think is going down this season?
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    Hull, Sunderland and Middlesbrough would be my guess. I think Swansea and Palace are gonna pull through.
    Be hilarious if Leicester dropped
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    Swansea, Hull and Sunderland.
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    I would love for Crystal Palace or West Ham to be relegated since two of my mates are die-hard fans of the respective clubs. They could certainly do with being knocked down a peg :laugh::laugh::laugh:
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    Palace going down would be amusing with the fact they have Christian Benteke.
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    Sunderland need to get their act together but hopefully they will avoid relegation as usual.
    And Crystal Palace will go down instead, serves Sam Allardyce right for leaving us! :cookie:
    Been kinda sad without the Tyne and Wear Derby this season. :sad: Sunderland can't get relegated and Newcastle promoted, we'd never hear the end of it.
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    Sunderland have been very similar to us, always on the edge but managing to escape. They need investment though otherwise one day like us they will go down.
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    Hull, Sunderland and Swansea/WBA
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    (Original post by Rock Fan)
    Sunderland have been very similar to us, always on the edge but managing to escape. They need investment though otherwise one day like us they will go down.
    True, not been given any money for the January window either. That's why managers have left in the past, owners not investing!
    The amount of profit they make and they don't reinvest enough in getting good players so the team can win.
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    (Original post by tmd12345)
    Hull, Sunderland and Swansea/WBA
    WBA? Not a chance they've been great this season
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    (Original post by Shadow Hunters)
    True, not been given any money for the January window either. That's why managers have left in the past, owners not investing!
    The amount of profit they make and they don't reinvest enough in getting good players so the team can win.
    They may stay up if they keep Defoe although keep hearing rumours someone like West Ham were looking at him, plus he is what 33 now?
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    (Original post by tmd12345)
    Hull, Sunderland and Swansea/WBA
    WBA? Lol they've been scoring for fun
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    Hull are gone. They have 7 points from 18 games and still have to play 4 of the top 6 away, will be amazed if they don't finish 20th

    Swansea look in a real mess as well and need significant investment in January or they're down too. Last spot is anyone's guess. Sunderland awful and struggling with lots of injuries, Palace can't win a game, Boro can't score goals, Burnley lose every away game and Watford are in freefall.

    As it stands i'd say Sunderland, Swansea and Hull but the transfer window may change things.
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    Hull are certs to go down. Swansea are in trouble. Sunderland always look like they'll go down but manage to stay up. Have a feeling this will be one season too many for them. Palace will be safe under Allardyce. Watford, Boro and Leicester will be there and there abouts but will stay just about clear. Burnley's home form will keep them up.
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    (Original post by Rock Fan)
    Palace going down would be amusing with the fact they have Christian Benteke.
    Benteke is basically the player that single handedly prevents you going down. Defoes another one of those guys. They just have the capability of having monstrous seasons at weak clubs.
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    (Original post by bammy jastard 27)
    Benteke is basically the player that single handedly prevents you going down. Defoes another one of those guys. They just have the capability of having monstrous seasons at weak clubs.
    And rumours are Defoe may yet end up at Palace as well.
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    (Original post by bammy jastard 27)
    Benteke is basically the player that single handedly prevents you going down. Defoes another one of those guys. They just have the capability of having monstrous seasons at weak clubs.
    And Swansea have Leroy Fer who is literally the opposite of this
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    (Original post by Rock Fan)
    They may stay up if they keep Defoe although keep hearing rumours someone like West Ham were looking at him, plus he is what 33 now?
    His age is irrelevant this season if he's still fit and scoring goals. Sunderland simply would never sell him, so the rumours are pointless.
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    (Original post by Diego Costa)
    His age is irrelevant this season if he's still fit and scoring goals. Sunderland simply would never sell him, so the rumours are pointless.
    Well the papers are always gonna put something like that with Allardyce going to Palace.
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    (Original post by ClockEnderAFC)
    Burnley's home form will keep them up.
    Thing is they've only got 8 home games left and that includes Chelsea, Tottenham and United. Feb/March looks like it'll decide their season:

    Watford (A) Chelsea (H) Hull (A) Swansea (A) Liverpool (A) Sunderland (A) Spurs (H)

    If they lose all the away games to their relegation rivals and don't pick up anything from those home games that's going to be incredibly hard for them to recover from. I hope they stay up but they're definitely in the mix.
 
 
 
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