Next Burton Albion Manager Betting Odds: Dean Brennan now EVENS favourite to take over at Burton after Dino Maamria SACKED after Stevenage defeat!

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Betting is now available on the next Burton Albion manager as OLBG look at the early odds for the role with Gareth Ainsworth leading the contenders.

Next Burton Albion Manager Betting Odds: Dean Brennan now EVENS favourite to take over at Burton after Dino Maamria SACKED after Stevenage defeat!
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  • Gareth Ainsworth is the early bookies favourite to be the next Burton Albion manager
  • Dino Maamria was sacked as manager after fourth consecutive league loss
  • Burton now sit four points off the relegation zone in League One

Gareth Ainsworth is the early bookies favourite to be the next Burton Albion manager

Latest Betting Update 11pm 9th December

Ainsworth replaced with new short favourite in Dean Brennan, who is as short as Evens with BetVictor already

Former QPR Manager Gareth Ainsworth is the betting favourite to become the next Burton Albion manager after the club sacked Dino Maamria on Saturday.

Next Burton Albion ManagerOddsProbability
Dean Brennan1/150%
Gareth Ainsworth6/114.3%
Mark Bonner8/111.1%
Steve Cotterill8/111.1%
Karl Robinson10/19.1%
Gary Rowett10/19.1%

Ainsworth is without a club since he was sacked by QPR after six straight league defeats saw them drop down to 23rd in the Championship but he may well come back into management here.

Bookies have instantly put him at the top of the betting market to get the Burton Albion job with the early market having him at 5/1 to takeover at the Pirelli Stadium.

OLBG have looked closely at the early market for the job with Ainsworth's odds from BetVictor suggesting an implied probability of 14% that he gets the Burton Albion manager's position next.

Following him in the odds list are Mark Bonner and Steve Cotterill with a fairly open market of managers with the sacking being so soon.

What the expert says...

Gareth Ainsworth is the early favourite with bookmakers to takeover from the departing Dino Maamria at Burton Albion with the betting market already up for the job! The latest odds put him at 6/1 at the top of the market ahead of Mark Bonner and Steve Cotterill.

Jake Ashton - Football Betting Expert - OLBG.com

Dino Maamria was sacked as manager after fourth consecutive league loss

Dino Maamria was dismissed as Burton manager on Saturday evening after the Brewers lost 2-1 against Stevenage to record four successive league defeats.

Maamria had been in charge of the Brewers for 15 months after he stepped up as Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink's assistant to take the job permanently.

His time in charge though ended with a short statement on the club's website on Saturday with the sacking confirmed "with immediate effect" according to chairman Ben Robinson.

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Burton now sit four points off the relegation zone in League One

Burton's defeat on Saturday saw them sink down to 19th spot in the table and just 4 points off the relegation zone with their odds shortening with bookies to go down this season.

The Brewers are now just 9/4 to go down this season according to Bet365's latest odds which puts them as the joint sixth favourites with Cambridge to be relegated.

Cheltenham are still the heavy favourites at 1/4 to be relegated down to League Two with Carlisle also odds-on in the betting market at 1/2 to finish in the bottom 4 spots.

League One Relegation 23/24OddsProbability
Cheltenham1/480.0%
Carlisle1/266.7%
Reading8/1157.9%
Fleetwood11/1047.6%
Exeter7/436.4%
Burton9/430.8%
Cambridge9/430.8%

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Nigel Skinner

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Jake Ashton

Jake Ashton

Senior news editor

Jake is our News Content Manager. He reviews all content, fact-checks the data, edits the copy and enhances all of the OLBG News content from our expert team ahead of publication.

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