Next Bristol City Manager Betting Odds: Steve Cotterill now 4/1 favourite to make SHOCK RETURN to Bristol City with Frank Lampard also featuring towards top of market!

Updated: 1292 Sport

Steve Cotterill is the early favourite with bookmakers to take over at Ashton Gate next with Bristol City looking for a new manager after sacking Nigel Pearson.

Next Bristol City Manager Betting Odds: Steve Cotterill now 4/1 favourite to make SHOCK RETURN to Bristol City with Frank Lampard also featuring towards top of market!
Jake Ashton Senior News Editor

Jake is a Football and Entertainment betting expert, with a Man City season ticket and a deep knowledge of reality TV betting angles

  • Steve Cotterill is the bookies favourite to be the next Bristol City manager at 4/1
  • Nigel Pearson was sacked after losing the Severnside derby
  • Bookies now make the Robins 10/1 to finish in the Top 6 at the end of the season

Steve Cotterill is the bookies favourite to be the next Bristol City manager at 4/1

Steve Cotterill is now the 4/1 favourite with UK Betting Sites to be the next Bristol City manager with the early betting odds putting him at the top of the market to make a shock return.

Next Bristol City managerOddsProbability
Steve Cotterill4/120.0%
Frank Lampard6/114.3%
Nathan Jones6/114.3%
John Eustace8/111.1%
Chris Wilder16/15.9%

Cotterill managed the Robins from December 2013 before he was dismissed in January 2016 and 7 years later we may well see the return of the 59-year-old to Ashton Gate

Frank Lampard is the joint second favourite in the betting market to take over at Bristol City in the next stage of his managerial career with the latest odds putting him at 6/1.

Former Luton Town and Southampton manager Nathan Jones sits alongside Lampard in the market with BetVictor having a full list of potential appointments up.

What the expert says...

Steve Cotterill is the early favourite to make a shock return to Bristol City after 7 years away from the club. Frank Lampard and Nathan Jones follow just behind and are both big names that feature in the betting market!

Jake Ashton - Football Betting Expert - OLBG.com

Nigel Pearson was sacked after losing the Severnside derby

Nigel Pearson was relieved of his duties as Bristol City manager after two and a half years in charge of the club following their 2-0 defeat to Cardiff on Saturday.

Reports last weekend claimed that Pearson may be fighting for his job and that came to fruition after Saturday's loss which saw them slip down to 15th in the Championship.

Sky Sports reporter Rob Dorsett claimed on Sunday evening that John Eustace, Gary Rowett and Nathan Jones are top of Bristol City's candidate list.

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Bookies now make the Robins 10/1 to finish in the Top 6 at the end of the season

Other betting markets offered around Bristol City's season include odds of them finishing in the Top 6 with the Robins currently 5 points oft the play-off spots in the league.

Whoever comes in will likely be aiming tor a top half finish in the league this season but a good run of wins could instantly see them in the mix for the Top 6.

The Robins now have a tough task on their hands in choosing the right man for the job next and will be looking to move quickly to get a manager sorted.

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