The most recent Nottingham Forest news comes from bookmakers who have predicted how the Premier League standings would look in May 2024.
Considering the challenging schedule they have played, Nottingham Forest has enjoyed a strong start to the current Premier League season.

After defeating Chelsea 1-0 at Stamford Bridge, the Reds entered the first international break of the season on a high note. Anthony Elanga’s goal in the 48th minute was sufficient to secure the victory.

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In their first four league games, Forest has won two and drawn two, with the losses coming against Arsenal and Manchester United.

As a result, Steve Cooper’s team is currently in ninth place in the Premier League table, which is a significant improvement from previous season, when they finished in 16th place after securing their safety before the final game of the year.
In the transfer window, Cooper has received support. Brennan Johnson, who departed for Spurs on deadline day, was one significant departure, but the Forest manager also brought in seven new players.

After the intermission, when Forest plays recently promoted Burnley at the City Ground (7.45 p.m. kickoff), the new players might make their debuts. Before that, we looked at what the oddsmakers had to say about what the final table would seem.

Man City once again leading the league is not surprising. Forest is predicted to finish the season in 14th position, two spots higher than it did the year before.

Here are the most recent odds provided by oddschecker experts, along with an example of how the whole table would seem if their forecasts prove to be accurate.

Predicted final Premier League table, according to bookmakers’ odds

1. Manchester City (4/9)

2. Arsenal (7/1)

3. Liverpool (8/1)

4. Tottenham (22/1)

5. Manchester United (40/1)

6. Newcastle United (50/1)

7. Chelsea (50/1)

8. Brighton and Hove Albion (50/1)

9. West Ham United (250/1)

10. Brentford (500/1)

11. Aston Villa (500/1)

12. Crystal Palace (1000/1)

13. Fulham (1500/1)

14. Nottingham Forest (2000/1)

15. AFC Bournemouth (2000/1)

16. Burnley (2500/1)

17. Wolves (2500/1)

18. Everton (2500/1)

19. Sheffield United (5000/1)

20. Luton Town (10000/1)

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