Villa, Norwich and Sunderland are currently occupying spaces in the drop zone, and Collymore does not feel that any of the trio will have enough quality to climb out of trouble.
Villa have looked doomed for some time, and they have almost been cast aside as relegation certainties.
Remi Garde’s men have won just three matches all season, and they are currently eight points adrift of safety.
Sunderland look in serious trouble too, and they are four points away from Newcastle United, who occupy 17th spot.
The Black Cats have improved of late, but Sam Allardyce will have to guide his side to an impressive run of results if he is to keep his record of never being relegated as a manager.
Norwich, meanwhile, invested heavily in January, but their new additions have not made much impact so far.
The Canaries have lost their last five matches, causing them to slide down the table at an alarming rate.