While Moyes was heavily backed to replace Sir Alex Ferguson, it seems less clear cut who will replace him at Goodison Park, although Roberto Martinez is the clear favourite at 13/8 (BetVictor), while Coral go as short as 11/10 about the Wigan manager leaving the DW Stadium for Merseyside.
Much depends on whether the Latics are relegated from the Premier League and that looks fairly likely after their midweek defeat to Swansea City, which might mean the Spaniard decides to take on a new challenge.
However, it’s not certain that chairman Bill Kenwright will appoint Martinez, with Neil Lennon an interesting candidate and the Celtic boss is a 10/1 chance, having done pretty well in Glasgow, especially this season where the northern Irishman took the Bhoys into the last sixteen of the Champions League.
Vitor Pereira is a 10/1 chance with Coral and the Porto coach could be a surprise appointment, having been in charge of several other clubs in Portugal.
Closer to home, Michael Laudrup is a 14/1 chance to leave Swansea City to become the next Toffees boss, while Phil Neville has professed an interest in the position and he can be backed at 12/1 with bet365.
Malky Mackay has just taken Cardiff into the top flight and the Scot is a 20/1 chance to take charge of Everton, with Martin O’Neill and Mark Hughes the other names in the frame.