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- David Moyes is now the bookies favourite to be the first Premier League manager to go
- Wolves manager Julen Lopetegui is second favourite in the market
- Luton remain odds-on favourites to be relegated this season
David Moyes is now the bookies favourite to be the first Premier League manager to go
Reports from the Daily Mail earlier this month say that Moyes job is "under serious threat" following a bust-up over the Hammers recruitment so far this transfer window.
West Ham have failed to sign anyone so far this summer and fans will have hoped that the £105m that they received for Declan Rice will have been spent this summer.
Paddy Power now say that there's a 40% chance of Moyes leaving his role before anyone else this season as the tensions look to rumble on at the London Stadium.
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What the expert says...
David Moyes is the new favourite to be the first Premier League manager to be sacked this season with reports suggesting that his position is under threat!
Wolves manager Julen Lopetegui is second favourite in the market
Julen Lopetegui is the close second favourite behind Moyes to be the first Premier League manager to go with Wolves fixture list looking tough in the first few weeks of the season.
Wolves have a tricky opening to the season with an away game at Old Trafford to face Manchester United on the first Monday Night Football awaiting them.
Lopetegui has "voiced his concerns" around Wolves transfer business so far according to the Birmingham Mail and more incomings may be needed.
Luton remain odds-on favourites to be relegated this season
Luton are the big favourites to be relegated from the Premier League this season with their odds now as short as 4/11 that they go down.
Sheffield United are also odds-on in the betting market with their odds currently at 4/6 to be relegated with the promoted teams potentially struggling this season.
Burnley though don't feature towards the top of the betting market to go down with bookmakers expected Vincent Kompany's men to stay up.
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