Bundesliga Relegation Odds

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Last updated 19/03/2024

Bundesliga Relegation Odds 2023/24

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The Favourites to Be Relegated in the 23/24 Bundesliga

  1. Darmstadt with bet365 at 1/1000
  2. Cologne with bet365 at 1/3
  3. Mainz with bet365 at 7/4
  4. Augsburg with bet365 at 2/1
  5. Union Berlin with bet365 at 12/1
  6. Wolfsburg with bet365 at 14/1
  7. Werder Bremen with bet365 at 25/1
  8. Borussia Mgladbach with bet365 at 125/1
  9. Heidenheim with bet365 at 500/1
  10. SC Freiburg with bet365 at 1000/1

Probability to Be Relegated in the 2023/24 Bundesliga Season

With the outright odds, we can easily calculate the probability that each team will be relegated from the Bundesliga, according to the bookmakers.

Team Odds Probability
Darmstadt 1/1000 99.90%
Cologne 1/3 75.00%
Mainz 7/4 36.36%
Augsburg 2/1 33.33%
Union Berlin 12/1 7.69%
Wolfsburg 14/1 6.67%
Werder Bremen 25/1 3.85%
Borussia Mgladbach 125/1 0.79%
Heidenheim 500/1 0.20%
SC Freiburg 1000/1 0.10%
TSG Hoffenheim 1000/1 0.10%

Who is the Favourite to Be Relegated From the Bundesliga?

As of 22 April 2024, according to the odds, the favourite to be relegated from the Bundesliga is Darmstadt, best priced at 1/1000 with bet365.

The odds mean that the probability for Darmstadt to be relegated is 99.90%.

How Relegation Works in Bundesliga

The bottom two teams in the Bundesliga - at the end of the season - are immediately relegated while two teams from 2. Bundesliga are promoted. The third and final relegation, as well as promotion, is decided by a two-legged play-off game. Along with Ligue 1, the Bundesliga is the only one of the top five leagues to have such a system, with the others having three immediate-relegation spots.

This means that even if a team finishes the season in 16th place, with the Bundesliga being an 18-team league instead of 20, the team in question could still play in the top flight for next season. Stuttgart won the play-off against Hamburg in 2022/23, keeping their spot in the first flight, and now look set to clinch a Champions League spot for next season. A true sliding doors moment, showcasing the importance of the play-off.

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