Villa 8/11 for the dreaded drop

Aston Villa remain in the Premier League relegation zone and bet365 make them an 8/11 shot to finish the season in the bottom three.

Last Updated: 05/03/13 at 12:36 Post Comment

Andreas Weimann: His Villa side are struggling

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Villa's 1-0 defeat to Manchester City on Monday left the Villans level on points with 17th-placed Wigan, but in the drop zone courtesy of a -27 goal difference.

bet365 spokesman Steve Freeth said: "Villa's chances of avoiding the drop will be a lot clearer after their forthcoming relegation double header against Reading and QPR."

bet365 make the trio of Reading, QPR and Aston Villa their 2/1 favourites to fill the three relegation spots this season.

2012/13 Premier League - To Be Relegated:

Reading 1/4

QPR 1/3

Aston Villa 8/11

Wigan 10/11

Southampton 11/4

Relegated Teams:

Villa, QPR & Reading 2/1

QPR, Reading & Wigan 11/4

Villa, QPR & Wigan 8/1

Villa, Reading & Wigan 8/1

QPR, Reading & Southampton 12/1

Villa, QPR & Southampton 20/1

QPR, Southampton & Wigan 25/1

Villa, Reading & Southampton 28/1

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