This is where Newcastle United, Arsenal and Norwich City are predicted to finish in the Premier League next term

The full composition of the 2021/22 Premier League season is now complete – but where are Newcastle United predicted to finish?

Monday, 7th June 2021, 5:02 pm
This is where Newcastle United are predicted to finish next season by the bookmakers. (Photo by Carl Recine - Pool/Getty Images)

Brentford, Watford and Norwich City join England’s elite division in place of the relegated Fulham, West Bromwich Albion and Sheffield United.

The Magpies, despite a scar, retained their top-flight status and hope to stay well clear of danger this time around.

Based on the latest bookmakers odds, we run you through where the odds compilers are predicting each Premier League team to finish at the end of the upcoming campaign.

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The reigning champions are odds on across the board to defend their Premier League crown.

Here is where Steve Bruce’s men are tipped to finish:

Jurgen Klopp's side, in large parts of last season, underperformed but rallied in the final months of the campaign to seal a Champions League spot. The Reds are second favourites behind Man City at 11/2.
Fresh from becoming champions of Europe, Thomas Tuchel's men, who finished fourth last season, are third favourites for the Premier League title at 6/1.
There's a clear big four according to the betting market with last season's runners-up Manchester United fourth favourites for the title at 9/1.
There are likely to be plenty of developments at Spurs this summer - a new manager being one. They are fifth favorites to win the league at 69/1 and 200s to go down.
The Gunners finished the 2020/21 season in 8th but are predicted to do better this time around. Mikel Arteta's side are sixth favourites for the title at 80/1 and 66/1 for the drop.
The Foxes just missed out on Champions League qualification by finishing 5th and a drop to 7th is now predicted. Leicester are 129/1 to win the title and 66/1 to be relegated.
Marcelo Bielsa's Leeds stormed to a top-half finish in their first back in the Premier League. The Whites are now eighth favourites at 159/1 to win the league and 11th favourites to go down at 11s.
The Hammers qualified for the Europa League after finishing 6th but David Moyes' side are only ninth favourites for next season's Premier League title at 175/1. The Hammers are only 11s to go down, too.
No change for the Toffees, who also finished 10th last season. Carlo Ancelotti's side are 219/1 to win the league and 33s to go down.
Dean Smith's side are another team expected to finish in the same position as last season - 11th in the list at 299/1 to win the league and ninth favourites to go down at 9s.
Same as last season.. Newcastle are predicted to finish 12th in the Premier League, with odds of 11/4 to get relegated. Fancy a punt on United winning the Prem? 750/1.
Change is afoot at Wolves as boss Nuno Espirito Santo departs. The Molineux outfit came 13th last season and the same again is predicted with Wolves 999/1 to win the division and eighth favourites for the drop at 6s.
Graham Potter's men finished 16th last season but an improvement is expected as the Seagulls are 14th favourites at 999/1 to win the league and tenth favourites at 10/1 to be relegated.
Fourth bottom last time around, Sean Dyche's Clarets are expected to stick around again. Burnley are 15th favourites to win the division at 1000/1 and fifth favourites to go down at 11/4.
The Eagles finished 14th last season but a new era is on the horizon with Roy Hodgson is leaving the club. Palace are 16th in the betting market at 1000/1 to win the division and fourth favourites at 5/2 to go down.
The Saints finished the season in 15th but are 17th in the betting market for the 2020/21 Premier League campaign at a best priced 1500/1 though as short as 200s and seventh favorites to go down at 5-1.
The play-off winners are 11/10 to be relegated and 1500/1 to win the Premier League.
The Hornets are joint second-favorites to go down at 11/10 and are 1500/1 to win the division.
The Championship champions are firm favourites to go straight back down and 1500/1 with six firms to win the division.