With the first part of the season coming to an end as we head into the Christmas period, managers in the Premier League will be hoping to earn some points to make sure their job is secured in the new year.
Arsenal’s poor form has seen Mikel Arteta dragged into the sack race as bookies Paddy Power and Betfair are offering odds of 11/2, while Ladbrokes have him as their second most likely, with odds of 7/2.
He is the third favourite to leave next with most bookies, as found on AceBettingSites, and will be hoping to turn their form around before the new year as they currently sit at 15th spot with just four wins so far this season and their recent 2-0 derby defeat against Tottenham.
The Gunners have only scored 10 Premier League goals so far this campaign, the same amount as Tottenham’s Son Heung-min on his own.
Chris Wilder is favourite to be the next manager to leave their post with Ladbrokes and 888sport, offering 7/4, while Paddy Power and Betfair are both offering 11/4 at second favourite.
Sheffield United are yet to pick up their first Premier League win of the season, and have just one point at the bottom of the table with a record of 10 losses and one draw – 1-1 with Fulham in October.
Slaven Bilic is favourite with Paddy Power and Betfair at 2/1 to be the next Premier League manager to leave their Post, while Ladbrokes are offering 9/2.
West Brom sit 19th in the Premier League table, having recorded just one win in 11 so far this season – a 1-0 victory over Sheffield United in November.
In fact, Ladbrokes are offering Fulham’s Scott Parker at 7/2 before Bilic at 9/2, despite West Brom’s slow start to the season.
Fulham are just outside of the relegation zone with a record of two wins, one draw and eight losses with seven points on the table, just one point above Burnley and West Brom.
Man of the match Marcus Rashford and the talented Bruno Fernandes may have saved Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his odds after helping Manchester United come from 1-0 behind to defeat West Ham 3-1 at London Stadium.
The Manchester United boss is as low as 5/1 with Ladbrokes to be the next manager to leave, while others are offering 9/1.
Sitting in 13th place in the Premier League table, Newcastle’s Steve Bruce has odds of between 8/1 and 10/1.
Sean Dyche can be found between 12/1 and 14/1, with his side currently sitting in the relegation zone with one win in 10.
Roy Hodgson has the same odds as Dyche with Crystal Palace, but should feel safe enough sitting 11th in the Premier League table.
Southampton have fallen to just one defeat so far in the 2020/21 campaign, and Ralph Hasenhüttl has odds as high as 33/1 to be the next to leave.
It wouldn’t take an expert to say Jurgen Klopp can feel safe with odds as high as 100/1, with Paddy Power offering 66/1 for no manager to lose his position.
Ladbrokes are offering the same odds as Klopp for Nuno Espirito Santo, while others are offering as low as 25/1