- Aston Villa 0-1 Manchester United
- West Brom 0-1 Watford
After Norwich City's defeat, Aston Villa today need to win against Manchester United at the Old Trafford to avoid being relegated to Championship.
Aston Villa fans told us about their loyalty to the team:
Aston Villa now need to win in today's away game to avoid relegation from the Premier League after a Sunderland 3-0 Norwich City score.
It means Villa could now be in the second tier for the first time since 1987.
However, caretaker boss Eric Black said they will ignore events at Norwich in their match against Manchester United at Old Trafford this afternoon.
I didn't know the Norwich result (last week) until I'd spoken to the players in the dressing room because I wasn't interested. I really wasn't.
I know people will automatically say: 'You should have been interested because we're going down'. But I was only interested in what we'd done on the Saturday and that will be the same this Saturday, no matter what the (Norwich) result is.
Aston Villa's relegated from the Barclays Premier League has been confirmed after a 0-1 defeat against Manchester United.
It means Villa will now be in the second tier for the first time since 1987.
But they will be playing in the second tier next season after Marcus Rashford's first-half goal sealed their fate.
Staff at Aston Villa could face compulsory redundancy as the club prepares itself for relegation to the Championship, the club has confirmed.
A meeting was held today to tell staff about proposed changes to the club's structure, which it's hoped will help steady it financially.
The club say 'every effort' would be made to reduce the number of staff through voluntary schemes, but didn't rule out compulsory redundancies.
"We recognise this is an extremely difficult time for all staff and the Club will offer support to all staff affected."
After slumping to an eighth consecutive Premier League defeat, fans at Villa Park seemed resigned to relegation today as they left the stadium.
Fans criticised the passion of the players as well as the management and the club's structure.
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Bournemouth fans visiting Villa Park have told ITV News Central that it would be a shame to see Aston Villa relegated from the Premier League.
Villa could technically still avoid relegation despite yet another loss today against Bournemouth.