The race is on for survival in the Premier League, with teams desperate to avoid the ignominy of relegation to the Championship next season.
The fate of Norwich City and Watford has already been sealed and now three teams are battling it out to avoid being the third team to face the drop.
Survival is worth upwards of £100 million per year, and here 101 Great Goals looks at relegation odds for 2021/22 from the Premier League and which teams are favourites to go down.
Burnley suffer back to back defeats
Burnley have now suffered back to back defeats which has dented their survival hopes.
The Clarets lost at home to Aston Villa and then away at Tottenham over the weekend.
Mike Jackson’s side were beaten 1-0 at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium thanks to a Harry Kane penalty.
The defeat and other results on Sunday saw them drop into the bottom three.
They now trail Leeds United by one point, although they have a game in hand over the Whites.
Burnley travel to Aston Villa on Thursday and just need to avoid defeat to go into the final game outside the bottom three.
The Lancashire club are currently 13/8 to face the drop.
Leeds United favourites to face the drop
Leeds United have really been dragged back into the race for survival over the past month.
Jesse Marsch’s team are now the favourites to be relegated at 8/11.
The Whites are without a win in five matches and have lost three of their last five.
Although on Sunday they managed to claim what could be a massive point against Brighton.
Pascal Struijk scored a 92nd-minute equaliser to move Leeds outside the bottom three.
However, their destiny is not in their own hands as Burnley have a game in hand over them.
The Clarets are away at Aston Villa on Thursday and need just a point to climb above Leeds ahead of the final round of fixtures.
9-man Everton defeated at home by Brentford
Everton suffered what could be a damaging defeat over the weekend.
The Toffees lost 3-2 at home to Brentford despite twice leading at Goodison Park.
A red card for Jarrad Branthwaite after just 18 minutes proved to be very costly for Everton.
Salomón Rondón also saw red in the 88th minute with Frank Lampard’s side already losing.
The Merseyside club are 16th and two points ahead of Burnley who are in the bottom three.
On Thursday, they have the chance to secure their safety when they host Crystal Palace.
A draw against the Eagles would leave them needing just a point from their final game away at Arsenal to guarantee safety.
Given their strong chances of getting a result at Goodison Park on Thursday, they are 7/1 to be relegated.
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