Are Leeds United a good bet for relegation from the Premier League?

Leeds United could be fighting for survival this season judging by their first handful of fixtures in 2021/22 season, and their odds of staying up are starting to shorten.

Leeds United's winless run continues after Sunday's 3-0 defeat to Liverpool at Elland Road.

Leeds had their moments in a pulsating encounter - Rodrigo, Luke Ayling and Patrick Bamford all had chances - but they lacked Liverpool's potency in the final third.

Mo Salah scored his 100th Premier League goal while Sadio Mane was also back on the scoresheet for the Reds.

"As the first half wore on we started to lose control of the ball, it was difficult for us to recover it and when we recovered, it was difficult for us to put passes together," Bielsa said.

"And the way Liverpool performed allowed their creative players to shine and the way I proposed the game did the opposite."

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His Leeds side are without a win from their first four Premier League fixtures, which also includes a 5-1 thrashing against Manchester United on the opening day of the season.

Two results in between were draws to Everton and Burnley, leaving them in 17th position with two points from a possible 12.

Leeds - who finished inside the top 10 last season with 59 points - are currently at around 9/1 to return to the Championship this season.

While it hasn't been a great start for the Whites, they have played two sides which finished in the top three last season as well as Rafael Benitez's Everton.

Leeds have more than enough in the tank to remain in the Premier League and with easier games to come - on paper at least, starting with Newcastle United on Friday - expect them to get some wins on the board sooner rather than later.

Outcome looking bleak for Norwich

Norwich City's miserable campaign continued with another defeat, this time handing Arsenal their first win of the season.

A scrappy goal from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was enough to seal three points for the Gunners at home.

Daniel Farke's Canaries - who finished bottom in 2019/20 - are now 4/7 having previously been 4/6 to be relegated once again.

Eagles can fly under Vieira

Patrick Vieira recorded his first Premier League win as Crystal Palace boss with a dominant performance over Tottenham Hotspur.

Wilfred Zaha opened the scoring with a penalty before super sub Odsonne Edouard bagged a brace, including the quickest goal by a player on their Premier League debut - 28 seconds.

Palace's relegation odds have drifted out from 6/5 to 11/4.