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Next Premier League Manager To Be Sacked Odds

We’re roughly 11 games into the 2020/21 season so we’ve decided to take a look at the next Premier League manager to be sacked odds.

We’re also at the stage where clubs are getting knocked out of tournaments and sitting low down in the Premier League table.

So far the most recent campaign has been quite the unpredictable one, with teams who last season were in a relegation battle now flying high.

We’ve gone from talks and concerns that Aston Villa would get rid of Dean Smith to him saving his job by escaping the drop on the final day of the 2019/20 season and has since spent much of the current campaign in the European places.

There is however pressure on another of last season’s newcomers on Chris Wilder at Sheffield United. They just missed out on a European place last season, but now they languish at the bottom, yet without a win from their opening 11 league games played.

He however isn’t the favourite to get the sack right now, that goes to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Manchester United following their exit from the Champions League.

Take a look at the next Premier League Manager to be sacked odds below…

1) Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

Solskjaer is under serious pressure after Manchester United crashed out the Champions League on Tuesday with a defeat in Germany to RB Leipzig.

Despite only needing a draw to book their place in the round of 16, the Red Devils were two goals down inside the opening 15 minutes and ended up suffering a 3-2 defeat – now it means they are in the Europa League.

They currently sit 6th in the Premier League table, taking 19 points from 10 games played. However it took until the 7th league game for the club to get out of the bottom half.

What Sky Bet are saying: 2/1

2) Chris Wilder

Mr Wilder is suffering a miserable time at his boyhood club, bottom of the league, winless, but six points from safety and there is still plenty of time to get into some kind of positive form.

The boss defends tactics once again, saying his side should be picking up points and reveals what he thinks is the biggest problem for Sheffield United and how to fix it.

“The players have to dig deep in terms of belief,” Wilder told BBC Radio Sheffield.

“I believe in myself, I believe in the football club, I believe in my coaches and my staff. I believe the way we’re going about it is the right way. And players have got to believe, when they go on that pitch, that they’re good enough to compete at the highest level of English football.

“Whether it’s from a psychology point-of-view and they go and speak to somebody, or come and speak to me. They know the positive atmosphere we have created here and how we support the players.

“But they’ve got to play the game for themselves. The attitude is yet again. spot on. The commitment, desire and all that stuff that’s talked about is good, the togetherness is good. But we have to show loads more quality than what we’re showing.”

What Sky Bet are saying: 5/2

We continue to discover the next Premier League Manager to be sacked odds…

3) Slaven Bilic

Slaven Bilic has apparently been given one game to save his job, and next up they face Newcastle United.

Various articles claim that he is ‘facing the sack if West Brom fail to get a result against the Magpies after the shocking collapse at home to Crystal Palace’, with Baggies one point off safety.

They have only taken six points from 11 games played this season, leaving them second from bottom in the Premier League table.

The Baggies fell to an embarrassing 5-1 home defeat against Roy Hodgson’s side at the weekend, fallling apart after the controversial sending off of Matheus Pereira at 1-1, and it has raised fresh questions over the Croatian boss’ future.

What Sky Bet are saying: 4/1

4) Mikel Arteta

Mikel Arteta could face sack if Arsenal lose to Burnley, that’s according to Troy Deeney, as Darren Bent insists Gunners are ‘too good to go down’.

The Arsenal manager is facing serious criticism following Sunday’s North London derby defeat by Tottenham, which leaves the club in 15th place having gained only 13 points from 11 matches.

What Sky Bet are saying: 11/2

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5) Scott Parker

Could Scott Parker see his side relegated back to the Championship in recent years? They won promotion via the playoffs last season but fast forward to today and they are strong contenders to return to the second tier of English football.

The Cottagers do however sit outside the relegation zone, but unless they turn their form around, they are expected to be battling at the bottom.

They sit 17th, taking 7 points from 11 games played, yet could have been so much better off had they scored some of those dreadfully taken penalties a few weeks back.

Parker claims he ‘believes in this team’ and add that their surprise win over Leicester will ‘bring confidence’… but insists his side must get ‘comfortable’ with being in a relegation battle despite climbing out of the bottom three.

What Sky Bet are saying: 11/2

6) Steve Bruce

Steve Bruce’s mixed starts isn’t resonating with punters according to Oddschecker, though he does list as the sixth favourite to get the chop according to Sky Bet.

The Magpies sit 13th in the league table, taking 14 points from 10 games played already this season.

The problem right now is they are too inconsistent, a win lose draw basis for the first set of three games before winning two and losing two of their last four league games.

Thankfully they have managed to bring in some players (Callum Wilson and Jamal Lewis for total of £35m) in a summer that left fans disappointed due to the failed takeover which really would have transformed the club for the better.

Will no doubt avoid the drop but it’s been too much an unpredictable and bizarre season so anything could happen.

What Sky Bet are saying: 8/1

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The rest of those odds:

Roy Hodgson – 16/1
Sean Dyche – 22/1
David Moyes – 28/1
Dean Smith – 33/1
Graham Potter – 33/1
Frank Lampard – 40/1
Marcelo Bielsa – 40/1
Nuno Espirito Santo – 40/1
Pep Guardiola – 40/1
Ralph Hasenhüttl – 50/1
Brendan Rodgers – 66/1
Carlo Ancelotti – 66/1
Jose Mourinho – 66/1
Jurgen Klopp – 80/1
No Manager To Leave – 100/1

Now you have seen the next Premier League Manager to be sacked odds, which manager do you think will get the boot first?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below…

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