The relegation of 3 clubs from Premier League and 2 from La Liga has been confirmed

The curtain came down on the relegation struggle in the English Premier League with one round to go, as the hopes of 3 clubs to remain in the top tier ended.

Sheffield United secured relegation some time ago by being at the bottom of the standings with only 16 points, and Burnley joined them before the final round after a 2-1 defeat by Tottenham.

As for the third relegation team, even if it has mathematical hopes (close to impossible), it will be Luton Town after they lost 3-1 to West Ham on Saturday.

Luton Town need Nottingham to lose in their next two matches, with an 11-goal win in their final match against Fulham to survive, which is practically impossible.

Coincidentally, this is the trio that succeeded in climbing to the Premier League from the First Division last season.

It is noteworthy that Leicester City and Ipswich Town have guaranteed a return to the Premier League, and what remains is a ticket that will be determined by the playoff between the third to sixth places in the First Division.

At the Spanish League level, Almeria was the first to be relegated, along with Sheffield United, after a completely bad season, unlike last season.

He joined Almeria, the Granada team, after losing his chance to score in the 35th round, leaving only one seat closest to him. Cadiz appears to be the closest to it (26 points), and is competed against by the duo Rayo Vallecano and Celta Vigo (34 points each).

The competition is still intense in the Spanish Second Division between Leganes, Real Valladolid, Eibar, Espanyol and Racing for the two direct qualification tickets to La Liga, and the other through the playoff.

Clubs relegated from the English Premier League

  • Luton Town
  • Burnley
  • Sheffield United

Clubs relegated from the Spanish League

  • Granada
  • Almeria