Frank Lampard’s place stays precarious at Chelsea – however he’s now not the favorite to be the subsequent Premier League boss to be sacked.
The Blues have suffered 4 defeats of their final six Premier league matches and have dropped to ninth within the top-flight standings.
Nevertheless, they’ve the possibility to construct some momentum within the west London derby towards Fulham on Saturday – a match you’ll be able to comply with LIVE on talkSPORT.
Studies recommend that if poor outcomes proceed then Lampard might be dismissed sooner slightly than later, with former Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri and ex-PSG supervisor Thomas Tuchel linked with the Stamford Bridge hot-seat.
Nevertheless, the most recent sack race odds have Sheffield United supervisor Chris Wilder because the favorite to be dismissed subsequent, regardless of the Blades successful their first Premier League match of the season at house to Newcastle earlier this week.
Wilder has been given the brief odds of 4/5 to be given his marching orders, whereas Lampard is the second favorite with odds of 11/4.
Whereas Lampard’s plight could also be worsening, there’s a contemporary bout of positivity in north London with lastly Arsenal selecting up some factors in current matches.
Earlier this month, Mikel Arteta was anticipated to be sacked by the Gunners as they fell to solely six factors away from the relegation zone, however three successive wins and a draw have shot the membership as much as solely eight factors off the highest 4.
Certain, Arteta will not be utterly protected in his job, however he’s now 16/1 to be sacked slightly than favorite within the top-flight.
You possibly can see all of the Premier League sack race odds, in response to Sky Wager, beneath…
Premier League sack race odds
Odds right at time of publication
- Chris Wilder (Sheffield United) – 4/5
- Frank Lampard (Chelsea) – 11/4
- Steve Bruce (Newcastle) – 7/2
- Roy Hodgson (Crystal Palace) – 10/1
- Graham Potter (Brighton) – 12/1
- Mikel Arteta (Arsenal) – 16/1
- Sam Allardyce (West Brom) – 16/1
- Nuno Espirito Santo (Wolves) – 20/1
- Sean Dyche (Burnley) – 20/1
- Scott Parker (Fulham) – 25/1