Next Manager To Get Sacked Odds

Frank Lampard is as short as 7/4 on the Premier League Sack Race market after he saw his Everton team lose 3-2 at Turf Moor.

Next Manager To Get Sacked Odds
Next Manager To Get Sacked Odds

EPL Sack Race - Next Manager To Leave Betting Odds*

ManagerCurrent TeamOdds (Click to bet)Bet with
Frank LampardEverton9/4William Hill
Roy HodgsonWatford5/1BetVictor
Thomas TuchelChelsea9/1Paddy Power
Brendan RodgersLeicester City16/1Paddy Power
Ralf RangnickManchester United20/1Paddy Power
Sean DycheBurnley20/1Paddy Power

*Odds correct as of April 6, 2022


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The best bookies and mobile betting apps continue to offer a Premier League Sack Race betting market, although it should be noted that the "No Manager to be Sacked" option is trading among the favourites.

Perhaps Frank Lampard is the top-flight manager who is the most vulnerable right now. The Everton boss seems to be at a loss to keep the Toffees afloat and they have been sucked into trouble after a 3-2 defeat away at Burnley.

Lampard Shortens for EPL Sack as Everton Slump Continues

Frank Lampard was sacked by Chelsea in his previous job, and it's possible his time at Everton could be short-lived. The Toffees are just about keeping their heads above water in the Premier League table, although a last-gasp 1-0 win over Newcastle flattered to deceieve. This was followed by a 4-0 FA Cup hammering at Selhurst Park and then a 2-1 reverse at West Ham came before a 3-2 reverse at Burnley.

Lampard saw his team lead 2-1 at Turf Moor before a defensive wobble saw the Merseyside team sucked into trouble. Owner Farhad Moshiri must now decide whether to simply settle the manager's contract and hire someone more experienced when it comes to keeping a team afloat in the Premier League.

Could Thomas Tuchel Engineer a Departure from Chelsea FC?

Thomas Tuchel has faced some difficult questions in recent weeks, with the Russian invasion of Ukraine bringing Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich into sharp focus. The German has clearly been reluctant to comment on matters that don't involve the team although he will have been monitoring the situation, and a 4-1 home defeat against Brentford hinted at trouble ahead.

While Tuchel has vowed to continue until the end of the season, there is currently uncertainty regarding the club's ownership and that could start to affect results on the pitch. A Champions League quarter final tie against Real Madrid is now looming large on the horizon.

After a slightly fortunate 1-0 win over Newcastle, Tuchel told reporters: "There’s no doubt I stay until the end of the season. We just have to wait day by day because everything can change. The club is for sale but hopefully it goes through. So day by day, which is a good way to live your life. There are circumstances we can’t influence, but that gives us the freedom to focus on the things we can influence."

Tuchel has been linked to the Manchester United manager's position, with the Old Trafford board likely to be monitoring the situation at Stamford Bridge. The former Paris Saint-Germain coach is unlikely to continue if the squad is decimated this coming summer.

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Conte No Longer Favourite for Premier League Sack

Antonio Conte signed an 18-month deal to become the next manager of Tottenham Hotspur in November and there was a relatively bumpy start for the Italian. However, Spurs' 5-1 win over Newcastle United was their best performance of the season and his Sack Race odds are now on the drift.

Spurs continue to challenge for a Premier League top-four spot, although the team appear to be losing that particular battle, and it will be interesting to see whether Conte continues into next season if the team are involved in the Europa League rather than Champions League.

The bookies certainly don't think Conte is in immediate danger of the sack, and perhaps he will spend the summer reshaping the squad so they can potentially challenge for major honours next term.

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Brendan Rodgers Looks Safe For Now at Leicester

Leicester City are ninth in the Premier League table, and they were recently boosted by wins over Burnley, Leeds and Brentford. It looks as though Brendan Rodgers has arrested the defensive issues that have have been plaguing the team for much of the campaign, although it remains to be seen whether he will continue at the King Power for much longer.

Rodgers has been linked to the Arsenal and Manchester United jobs over the past 12 months, and perhaps he will stand down before the end of the current campaign. Leicester are well short of the fifth-placed spot they have landed over the past two seasons, and it's a big ask to see them challenging for the Champions League spots again.


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Could Hodgson Be Third Watford Managerial Casualty?

Roy Hodgson wasn't expected to keep a sinking ship afloat and Watford certainly need to accumulate some wins in their final few games to stand any chance of survival. A 2-0 defeat at Anfield offered encouragement after the team created chances against arguably the best in the land.

However, with the Hornets heavily odds-on to go down, it could be the case that the veteran coach decides to call time on things before the end of the season. If it becomes mathematically impossible for the team to stay afloat, a resignation could be tendered or he could be sacked.


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Rangnick Might Struggle to Last Season at Old Trafford

It seems virtually certain that Ralf Rangnick won't be installed as permanent manager of Manchester United next season, and it might be that the German stands down before the end of the current campaign. A 4-1 defeat in the derby at the Etihad Stadium was painful, and it appears the Red Devils are stepping up their recruitment drive to find a manager who can lead the team forward.

Rangnick is just trying to steer United into the Premier League top four this season and ensure the club remain part of the Champions League, although Arsenal are favourites to join Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea. Perhaps the board will want to bring in a replacement before the current campaign has even finished, and that could see the interim boss moved upstairs.


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Will This Be Sean Dyche's Final Season at Turf Moor?

Sean Dyche has been among the favourites on the Premier League Sack Race betting market for much of the season, with the bookies feeling as though this could be the end of a 10-year stint for someone who has done a sterling job at Turf Moor. Perhaps this is the campaign where they return to the Championship.

There have been home defeats against Leicester and Chelsea, which have represented a setback to Burnley's survival hopes, although Dyche can still potentially steer the Lancashire outfit out of trouble considering that Leeds and Everton aren't out of the woods yet.

However, if Burnley do suffer relegation before the 2021-22 Premier League season comes to a finish, it's plausible that Dyche will leave.

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Eddie Howe Big Drifter on Sack Race Market

Eddie Howe saw his Newcastle United team produce a string of victories in the New Year, which propelled the Magpies well clear of trouble. The former Bournemouth manager spent a while out of management before coming into the St James' Park hot seat, and the fans have warmed to a manager who is now building a squad that can challenge in the top half of the table.

A string of successes in the New Year has virtually ensured that Newcastle will remain in the Premier League this season and Howe will be the man tasked with strengthening the squad further this coming summer.


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Frank, Smith and Potter Also on Sack Race List

Thomas Frank is doing a good job at Brentford considering his resources, and a 4-1 win at Chelsea gives them some breathing space. However, the Canaries are staring down the barrel, and Dean Smith could potentially leave Carrow Road if he isn't prepared to challenge in the Championship with the East Anglian outfit.

Graham Potter is also struggling at Brighton, and the Seagulls have been in relegation form over the past few months. A goalless draw against Norwich means the slump continues, and the club now have a modest return of 34 points from 30 games played.