As Delph and Benteke leave Villa Park, the Aston Villa Relegation Odds have fallen. Are they justified?Aston Villa ended last season on a high. Tim Sherwood had taken over from Lambert and successfully moved them away from the threat of relegation with a few weeks to spare (after looking doomed for a while) and they finished off with an FA Cup Final against Arsenal. Yes they lost quite heavily, but it was still a great achievement to get there.
They must have felt that they could build on that positivity and even a few days ago it looked like they might have a half decent squad. They have signed a couple of players from abroad to strengthen their side but the loss of their club captain to Manchester City knocked them sideways. Especially after he claimed publicly that he was staying last week.
One U-turn later and they have no captain and it looks like Christian Benteke will be moving to Liverpool after they triggered his £32.5m release clause. He’s certainly not worth that much but I’m sure Villa would rather have the player than the money.
What Aston Villa Relegation Odds Can I Get?
The best odds that can be found for this possibility – and lets face it, if Sherwood signs Adebayor as has been reported that would cause even more concern for their fans – with Bet365 who offer 3/1 on Villa being relegated.
At the moment they sit 5th favourites to go down, but if they don’t replace their good players very soon and have a poor start to the season their odds will surely reduce, giving you a great opportunity to cash out your bet early on. If you bet on Villa to go down with Bet365 you can use the Bet365 cash out option too.
So make sure you keep an eye on the Aston Villa relegation odds – we will for you too, don’t worry…