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- Everton boss Sean Dyche is 9/4 favourite to be the next manager to leave
- Sheffield United's Paul Heckingbottom remains second favourite in the market
- Luton Town big favourites at 1/4 to be relegated now after poor start to the season
Everton boss Sean Dyche is 9/4 favourite to be the next manager to leave
The Toffees drew 2-2 away at fellow relegation candidates Sheffield United on Saturday and the point earned was the first of the season for both sides in the Premier League.
Sean Dyche has been favourite to be sacked next for the past fortnight and that shows no signs of changing going into the international break with Everton returning in 13 days with a tricky game against Arsenal.
Paddy Power now have kept Dyche as the favourite to leave next and that Arsenal home fixture is followed by an away match at Brentford and a six-pointer at home to Luton Town.
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Sean Dyche remains favourite to be the next manager to be sacked with the Everton manager under pressure with the Toffees going into the international break in the bottom three of the Premier League table.
Sheffield United's Paul Heckingbottom remains second favourite in the market
Sheffield United manager Paul Heckingbottom has consistently been in the top two of the betting market to leave his role next and that has stayed that way this week.
Heckingbottom saw his side draw at home to Everton on Saturday despite being 2-1 up which will have frustrated the manager.
The Blades sit outside the relegation zone going into the international break but face a tricky trio of games when they return with an away game against in-form Tottenham followed by Newcastle and West Ham.
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Luton Town big favourites at 1/4 to be relegated now after poor start to the season
Luton are clear favourites to be relegated from the Premier League this season as their odds shorten even further from 2/5 to now 1/4 to go straight back down to the Championship.
The Hatters are now just 1/4 to be relegated from the Premier League with their odds giving an implied probability of 80% that they go down this season.
West Ham were the first team to visit Kenilworth Road this season and came out of their with a 2-1 win with controversy towards the end as Luton felt that they should have been awarded a penalty.
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