Bookies update relegation odds for Brighton & Hove Albion, Norwich and Aston Villa

Brighton face a huge task in their battle to maintain their Premier League status, starting at Wolves this Saturday.

Thursday, 5th March 2020, 8:28 am
Brighton and Hove Albion's poor recent run has seen them slide into relegation danger

Here we take a look at the latest betting odds for the teams locked in a relegation battle, featuring Newcastle, Brighton, West Ham, Watford, Bournemouth, Aston Villa and Norwich.

No goals in their last four. Crucial upcoming matches against Southampton, Sheffield United, Bournemouth and home games with relegation rivals Aston Villa and West Ham. Bookies verdict: survive.
Won just once in 13. Defeat against Palace summed up their season as they dominated large spells but still no victory. Upcoming matches against Wolves, Arsenal, Leicester, Manchester United, Liverpool and Manchester City. Bookies verdict: relegated.
Beat Southampton on Saturday to end a seven-game winless streak. No chance to relax however with Arsenal, Wolves, Tottenham and Chelsea up next. Bookies verdict: survive.
Still in a scrap but impressed greatly to end Liverpool's unbeaten run lat week. Nigel Pearson seems to have created a fighting spirit and has players like Ismala Sarr and Troy Deeney who offer an attacking threat. Bookies verdict: survive.
Away trips to Liverpool, Wolves, Manchester United, Manchester City and Everton look daunting. Victories against rivals Brighton and Villa have given them a chance. They also played well in the 2-2 home draw against Chelsea. Bookies verdict: survive.
Injuries to McGinn and Wesley have hit them hard and created an over-reliance on Jack Grealish. Villa have only kept four clean sheets this season. Away trips to Newcastle and West Ham will be vital in the run-in if they have a chance. Bookies verdict: relegated.
Despite a fine win against Leicester, Norwich remain seven points from safety with 10 games to play. Bookies verdict: relegated.
Southampton have pulled clear of trouble, thanks largely to the goals from Danny Ings. Would take a terrible run of form to be dragged back into the scrap. Bookies verdict: survive.