Villa 6/4 for the drop
Aston Villa are no better than 6/4 for relegation after suffering a 2-1 home defeat to Liverpool on Sunday.
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bwin offer that price after Liverpool came from behind to win and leave Villa in the drop zone on goal difference from Wigan.
Christian Benteke gave Villa a half-time lead but Jordan Henderson and Steven Gerrard netted after the break to give Liverpool all three points.
Wigan have lengthened from a best of 15/8 to 2/1 (general) for the drop. They have played a game less than Villa. Sunderland are 15/8 at Ladbrokes and bet365.
Reading, who lost 4-1 at Arsenal on Saturday, and QPR, who face Fulham on Monday, remain heavily odds-on to go straight back down to the Championship.
It's 14/1 bar the current bottom five with Norwich, beaten 1-0 by Wigan, offered at that price. They sit three points outside the drop zone.
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Then come Newcastle at 16s and Stoke and Southampton at 20s.
The Potters' slide down the table continued with a 1-0 defeat to Everton - they have taken just five points in 2013 - while Southampton were impressive 2-1 winners over Chelsea.
As for Liverpool, they are into a top price of 20/1 with bet365 to finish in the top four. William Hill and Stan James offer just 12s.
Despite their win, the Reds are still seven points behind fourth-placed Chelsea having played a game more.
Three teams ended the weekend odds-on for a top-four finish - but only two slots appear to be available.
Chelsea were the big losers in the race for Champions League football as they lost at Southampton while their top-four rivals all won.
The Blues are subsequently out to a general 2/5 - the biggest price they've been all season.
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Arsenal, who were as big as 9/4 just three weeks ago, are 8/11 shots after beating Reading 4-1 - the same price as local rivals Tottenham, who moved above Chelsea and into third with their 2-1 win at Swansea.
Sixth-placed Everton are the outsiders at 11/1 (Ladbrokes) after edging past Stoke. They have a tough run-in with away games against all three London contenders to come.
The current standings see Spurs on 57 points, Chelsea 55, Arsenal 53 and Everton 51. Spurs have played a game more than their rivals.