Next Manager To Get Sacked Odds

Mikel Arteta has just leapt to the head of the Premier League Sack Race betting market and it’s hardly a surprise as the Spaniard is left to ponder a disappointing first full season in charge at Arsenal Football Club. Thursday’s Europa League semi-final exit at the hands of Villarreal was compounded by the fact that the Yellow Submarine are managed by Arteta’s predecessor Unai Emery and many are wondering if the North London club might make another change.

Next Manager To Get Sacked Odds

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EPL Sack Race - Next Manager To Leave Betting Odds*

ManagerCurrent TeamOdds (Click to bet)Bet with
Mikel ArtetaArsenal4/1Betfair
Roy HodgsonCrystal Palace5/1BetVictor
Scott ParkerFulham12/1BetVictor
Nuno Espirito SantoWolves14/1BetVictor
Sam AllardyceWest Brom14/1Betfair
Jurgen KloppFulham16/1BetVictor
Steve BruceNewcastle25/1William Hill
Paul HeckingbottomSheffield United33/1Betfair
Ralph HasenhuttlSouthampton25/1Betfair
Brendan RodgersLeicester50/1William Hill

*Odds correct as of May 7, 2021


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The best bookies still have their Premier League Sack Race betting market available for business, with a handful of matches remaining and there might still be one or two managers who leave their respective posts before the final ball is kicked including the under-pressure Mikel Arteta.

Jose Mourinho was the latest Sack Race casualty after Slaven Bilic, Frank Lampard and Chris Wilder were also given the chop earlier in the season. Indeed, it’s plausible that all twenty managers now remain in charge as the campaign approaches its conclusion, even if the European Super League drama might have ruffled a few feathers.

The bookies feel as though another Premier League sacking is unlikely, with Paddy Power now offering 8/13 that there are no more sackings this season, although this price has actually drifted on account of Arteta being under the microscope again.

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Will There Be Another Sack Race Winner This Season?

There are only a handful of Premier League games between now and the end of the season, with a surprisingly low number of managerial casualties being made at the time of writing. Slaven Bilic was axed at West Brom and was swiftly followed by Frank Lampard at Chelsea, while we were made to wait months to see a third and fourth sacking in the form of Chris Wilder and Jose Mourinho.

However, things always change quickly in football and the announcement of the doomed European Super League saw Jurgen Klopp’s Sack Race betting odds take a tumble, with the German clearly unimpressed by the actions of Liverpool FC even if he kept his cards close to his chest after the initial announcement. Now we have a crisis at Arsenal FC and that could lead to stormy waters...

Mikel Arteta Leaps to Head of Sack Race Betting Market

What a difference a day makes. Arsenal stood on the verge of reaching the 2021 Europa League final after losing 2-1 away to Villarreal in their first leg clash, although a goalless draw at the Emirates Stadium on Thursday night means that Mikel Arteta is left picking up the pieces of a disappointing season which will see the Gunners miss out on European football altogether next term.

Arsenal sit ninth in the Premier League standings with just four games remaining and Arteta seems determined to continue in charge at the Emirates, although the fact that Villarreal are into the Europa League final under former Arsenal manager Unai Emery will have rubbed salt into the wound and one bookie is going as short as 5/2 about the Spaniard being sacked next.

Perhaps Arteta will at least see out the 2020/21 season before a decision is made on his future although it's difficult to see what direction the club are going to head after what has been an underwhelming campaign and the squad seem well short of the quality required to challenge for major domestic honours.

Klopp as Short as 11/2 to Leave Liverpool

Jurgen Klopp is experiencing his most difficult season since taking charge at Liverpool, with the Reds having put up a feeble title defence after winning the title last term, while the German has had to contend without many key players, something which has led to them scrapping for a top four spot and they recently exited the Champions League.

The European Super League announcement appears to have happened behind Klopp’s back, with the former Borussia Dortmund coach having previously stated his opposition to the proposal. While Liverpool FC were quick to perform a U-turn, perhaps the whole affair has sat badly with the Head Coach at Anfield.

If you take a look at the Top Four football betting market, you will see that Liverpool are far from certain to secure a place in next season’s Champions League and it’s not beyond the realms of possibility that Klopp decides that he’s had enough time in the hotseat at this famous Merseyside club.


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Scott Parker Could Leave Fulham If They’re Relegated

It now appears as though Fulham are going to be relegated from the Premier League this season, with the Cottagers initially looking as though they could clamber out of trouble, although they are currently nine points away from safety having played a game more than a Burnley team who are sitting just above the drop zone.

Parker previously steered the West London outfit into the English top flight from the Championship and perhaps he’ll stick around to try and repeat this feat next season, although there’s also the possibility that he’ll take a step back and look to consider other options on the table.

Indeed, Parker is trading among the favourites to replace Jose Mourinho at Tottenham Hotspur and it appears as though the youngest manager in the Premier League has actually enhanced his reputation this season, with the coach not actually given the chance to buy new players until the campaign had started in earnest.


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Nuno Espirito Santo Among Sack Race Favourites

Wolves experienced their worst result of the season when losing 4-0 against Burnley and it’s largely been a season to forget for a Wanderers side who have failed to get anywhere near the achievements of their first two seasons in the Premier League. The Midlands side finished sixth in their first season after landing promotion from the Championship and seventh twelve months later.

Raul Jimenez’s long-term absence after a skull fracture has certainly been a big hindrance when it has come to scoring the requisite number of goals, although the team shouldn’t be too reliant on the Mexican and it just feels as though the squad has become a little stale under Nuno, with Diogo Jota leaving for Liverpool at the beginning of this campaign to thrive immediately for the Merseyside club.

Nuno still has more than enough credit in the bank with the Wolves supporters and the first port of call is to remain in the top flight, although the club’s owners might decide to make a change at the top, while there’s the possibility that the Portuguese might walk away from Molineux and consider his next step.

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Hodgson Hangs On For Now at Crystal Palace

Betfair have 7/1 about Roy Hodgson on the Sack Race betting market and it’s entirely possible that the former England manager will decide to call it a day and potentially announce his retirement from football management, with Palace sitting in thirteenth place after a typically steady season where the team have rarely looked like relegation or European contenders.

The uncertainty over Roy Hodgson’s future at Crystal Palace FC continues to grow and it would now be a surprise to see the former England manager remain in charge at Selhurst Park beyond the current campaign. Hodgson’s contract comes to end this summer and the coach himself isn’t sure of what is going to happen next.

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Bruce Set to Keep Newcastle United in Premier League

Steve Bruce has had to contend with plenty of the usual criticism directed his way this season and things were looking pretty hairy for Newcastle after a 3-0 defeat at Brighton, although the ship has been steadied in recent weeks and it appears as though the Magpies are going to remain in the Premier League after collecting eight points from matches against Liverpool, Tottenham, West Ham and Burnley.

While the Tyneside outfit have averaged little more than a point per game this term, there are thankfully three worse teams than Newcastle in this season’s Premier League and Fulham’s resurgence appeared to be a short-lived phenomenon, with the Magpies now nine points clear of danger and just a couple of wins away from safety.

It explains why Bruce has now drifted on the Premier League Sack Race betting market and surely any change of manager will now take place at the end of the season rather than with games remaining, with Allan Saint-Maximin having recently given the team a lift.


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Could Sam Allardyce Leave West Brom Before End of Season?

The big question is now not whether West Brom are going to be relegated from the Premier League this season but whether Sam Allardyce will remain in charge when it comes to the Baggies attempting to bounce back at the first time of asking. While the former England manager has previously managed Bolton and West Ham in the Championship, it might be that he’ll walk away from the Midlands club on this occasion.

West Brom enjoyed a fantastic 5-2 win at Chelsea after the international break to show that there is life in the old dog yet, although conceding a late equaliser at Villa Park to draw 2-2 has effectively killed off any chances of the Baggies pulling off The Great Escape.

It will be interesting to see any announcements that come from The Hawthorns over the coming weeks and it’s possible that if Allardyce doesn’t have the desire to continue in charge of West Brom in the Championship, then he might stand to one side and allow a replacement to take the reins while the club are playing out their final matches in the top flight.