Jose Mourinho is the bookmakers’ favorite to be the subsequent sacked Premier League supervisor.
Mourinho’s Tottenham aspect slumped to a fifth defeat in six video games as they had been overwhelmed 2-1 by West Ham on Sunday.
The outcome leaves Spurs NINE factors off the fourth-placed Hammers with the stress mounting on the Portuguese coach.
Bookmakers Paddy Energy have Mourinho at 23/10 to face the sack with Tottenham sitting ninth within the Premier League desk.
Roy Hodgson, whose Crystal Palace workforce have received simply three of their final 13 league matches, trails Mourinho because the second favorite supervisor to go away at 7/2.
In the meantime, Fulham’s 1-Zero win over Sheffield United on Saturday has closed the hole on 17th-placed Newcastle to only three factors.
The Magpies journey to Manchester United on Sunday night seeking to get again to profitable methods after shedding 2-Zero to Chelsea final day trip.
Subsequent everlasting Premier League supervisor to go away odds
- Jose Mourinho – 23/10
- Roy Hodgson – 7/2
- Steve Bruce – 5/1
- No supervisor to go away – 5/1
- Jurgen Klopp – 11/2
- Chris Wilder – 11/1
- Sean Dyche – 12/1
- Sam Allardyce – 14/1
- Nuno Espirito Santo – 16/1
- Ralph Hasenhuttl – 25/1
- Mikel Arteta – 33/1
- Scott Parker – 33/1
- Graham Potter – 50/1
- David Moyes – 66/1
- Dean Smith – 66/1
- Marcelo Bielsa – 66/1
- Carlo Ancelotti – 75/1
- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer – 80/1
- Thomas Tuchel – 90/1
- Brendan Rodgers – 90/1
- Pep Guardiola – 250/1
However Newcastle’s precarious place within the desk sees Steve Bruce because the third favorite top-flight boss to face the chop at 5/1.
In the meantime, Liverpool’s Jurgen Klopp follows Bruce at 11/2 because the Reds suffered a house defeat to arch rivals Everton for the primary time since 1999 because of targets from Richarlison and Gylfi Sigurdsson on Saturday.
Following Mourinho and Klopp, Mikel Arteta is the subsequent supervisor from the normal ‘massive six’ golf equipment vulnerable to shedding his job.
The Spaniard is positioned at 33/1 to go as Arsenal sit 10th within the desk having misplaced to Man City on Sunday.