But the BBC pundit is slightly more optimistic about Burnley.
Robbie Savage has 'no hope' for Leicester City or Queens Park Rangers' survival chances, according to his regular column in the Daily Mirror.
Savage also feels Burnley have a strong chance of relegation but believes boss Sean Dyche gives them faint hope when it comes to staying in the Premier League.
But, where QPR and Leicester are concerned, the BBC Pundit's stance is a firm one.
Indeed, the Welshman feels that their seasons so far, as well as their current form, will lead to an inevitable outcome.
"As things stand, I’m afraid the current bottom three in the Premier League will end up being relegated," Savage said.
"I hold out no hope for my old club, Leicester, or Queens Park Rangers. And Burnley only have a slim chance because their manager, Sean Dyche, has done such an amazing job as a lightning conductor for any pressure at Turf Moor."
It's easy to see why Savage has condemned his old club Leicester, of course, with the Foxes rooted to the bottom of the Premier League table.
And the same goes for QPR. The 'Ginger Mourinho' has indeed given Burnley some hope but where has the R's' inspiration come from in recent weeks?
After Chris Ramsey mastered the west London side's first away win of the season at Sunderland, there was optimism. But what has happened since?
Savage's QPR verdict, then, is nothing new or surprising. Which is what makes things even worse for the Loftus Road outfit right now.