Canaries 6-4 to fly the highest of promoted trio
NORWICH celebrated a quick return to the Premier League at Wembley on Monday and bookmakers are confident that they will avoid relegation next season.
Alex Neil's side joined Bournemouth and Watford in the top flight after goals from Cameron Jerome and Nathan Redmond sealed a 2-0 victory to see off Middlesbrough in the Championship playoff final. And the Canaries are expected to outperform their promoted rivals in the new campaign.
They are 6-4 with bet365 to be the highest-placed new boys with the champion Cherries 13-8 and the Hornets, who have lasted a solitary season both times they have been in the Premier League, are 11-5.
City are 4-7 with bet365 not to be relegated while Bournemouth are 8-11 and Watford are 10-11.
Burnley and QPR fell through the trap door after winning promotion last season and the firm go 5-4 that two of the new boys make an immediate return to the Championship.
Odds of 14-1 is available on all three to last just one season and all three surviving is 7-1.
Middlesbrough, who had finished third in the second tier, were left shell-shocked by the Canaries' two early goals and they are 12-1 with Coral to win next season's Championship, while relegated Hull are 9-1 favourites.
However, Hills are more bullish about the Teessiders' chances and rate them as 8-1 favourites to claim the title next season.