Fulham and West Bromwich Albion have joined Sheffield United in being relegated back to the Championship.

The Cottagers’ one season stay came to an end after defeat to Burnley on Monday night, Scott Parker’s side relegated with still three games to play.

They have managed just five wins and 27 points from their 35 games to date having been promoted back to the top-flight via a play-off final win over Brentford in July.

Three former Rovers were part of their squad this season, Tosin Adarabioyo signed after spending last season on loan at Ewood Park, with the club also making Harrison Reed’s deal permanent after an initial loan spell.

Tom Cairney has spent six years at Craven Cottage since leaving Rovers, but has managed just 11 appearances this term, with Parker now gearing his side up for Championship football next term.

West Brom were relegated on Sunday after their defeat at Arsenal, and the Baggies, runners-up to Leeds United last season, will also be playing Championship football once again.

Whether that will be under the management of Sam Allardyce remains to be seen, the club set to hold talks with the former Rovers boss later this week.

That means the Premier League relegation places have all been decided with still three games to go, and two of the sides promoted in 2020 immediately returning to the Championship.

Sheffield United, who parted company with Chris Wilder in March, were relegated last month, bringing an end to their two-year stay in the top flight.

Hull City and Peterborough United have been promoted from League One, meaning the one remaining spot in the Championship for next season will be contested between Sunderland, Lincoln City, Blackpool and Oxford United.