Norwich are now as short as 7/20 in bwin’s Premier League relegation odds after going down 3-1 at home to fellow new boys Watford.
The Canaries slipped to a fifth straight defeat since returning to the top flight, with 14 goals conceded and only two scored.
Teemu Pukki cancelled out an Emmanuel Dennis opener but Ismaila Sarr’s second-half double gave the Hornets victory.
City boss Daniel Farke said: “My players are experienced, they know that they should have dealt better with the situation and they are more disappointed than anyone else.
“So, it’s not up to me to punish them too much in the dressing room and at the training ground – it will also be important to keep the spirits high.
“But we will also be self-critical because to deal with it in an honest way is always the best solution.”
Watford, who are 6/5 in this market, have six points from their five fixtures and goalkeeper Ben Foster hailed the influence of manager Xisco Munoz.
“He is genuinely popular with the players,” said Foster. “Xisco is a great guy, absolutely top class – not only him, but his coaching staff.
“He’s always full of energy, always smiling, and it’s so important to have good guys around the place.
“We’ve got experience on the pitch and we can manage ourselves at times, but he steers the ship and he’s exactly the sort of guy we need at the moment.”
Clarets hoping for change of luck
Burnley have been cut to Evens for the drop after a 1-0 loss to Arsenal at Turf Moor left them second from bottom with just one point.
The Clarets were aggrieved at referee Anthony Taylor, who awarded them a second-half penalty, only to reverse his decision after watching the replay.
Defender Charlie Taylor told the club website: “We’ve played well for large parts of the game and come away with nothing.
“For us, it’s a frustrating one, but obviously there are positive signs there.”
Newcastle picked up their second point via a 1-1 home draw with Leeds and are 11/10 in bwin’s Premier League relegation odds.
Allan Saint-Maximin scored a stunning equaliser and might even have snatched victory late on.
The French forward told NUFC TV: “I’m really happy because the most important thing for me is to play and it’s five games and five starts for me, so I’m really happy.
“I just want to keep going, to play, to start games. It’s five 90-minute games, so I just have to keep going. The more I am on the pitch, the more I can help my team.”
Leeds, who had led through Raphinha, have just one point more on the board and can be backed at 10/1 to fall.
Wolves are also on three points after being beaten 2-0 at Molineux by Brentford and are quoted at 5/1 here.
Ivan Toney was instrumental in the Bees’ first ever Premier League away win, earning and scoring a penalty, before setting up Bryan Mbeumo.
“That was a 10-out-of-10 performance,” said head coach Thomas Frank, who’s side have eight points and are 4/1 to go straight back down.
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