Sack Race Betting Odds: Bookies have now moved Man United manager Erik Ten Hag into EVENS FAVOURITE to be sacked next!

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Erik Ten Hag is now the evens favourite to be the next manager sacked this season after his Man Utd side were knocked out of the Carabao Cup.

Sack Race Betting Odds: Bookies have now moved Man United manager Erik Ten Hag into EVENS FAVOURITE to be sacked next!
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

  • Erik Ten Hag is now the evens favourite to be the next Premier League manager to be sacked
  • Sheffield United boss Paul Heckingbottom second favourite in the betting market
  • Man Utd now 200/1 to win the Premier League this season

Erik Ten Hag is now the evens favourite to be the next Premier League manager to be sacked

Manchester United manager Erik Ten Hag is now the bookmakers favourite to be the next Premier League manager to be sacked after a disastrous week for the club.

Next Premier League Manager to LeaveOddsProbability
Erik Ten Hag
1/150.0%
Paul Heckingbottom
13/838.1%
Andoni Iraola
10/19.1%
Vincent Kompany
12/17.7%
Mauricio Pochettino
20/14.8%

United lost 3-0 at home to cross-city rivals Manchester City on Sunday before another 3-0 loss at Old Trafford saw Newcastle dump them out of the Carabao Cup.

Question marks have been surrounding Ten Hag in recent times and the last two results have seen those questions ramp up with United's home form the worst since 1930.

Dressing room sources have now told the Manchester Evening News that there are increasing doubts over Erik Ten Hag's management of the team.

BetVictor now say there's a 50% chance that Ten Hag is the next manager that is sacked in the Premier League with his odds shortening from 12/1 at the start of the week.

What the expert says...

Erik Ten Hag now has a 50% chance of being the next Premier League manager to be sacked after his Man United side lost back-to-back home games 3-0 against rivals Man City and Eddie Howe's Newcastle United.

Jake Ashton - Football Betting Expert - OLBG.com

Sheffield United boss Paul Heckingbottom second favourite in the betting market

Paul Heckingbottom was odds on at the start of the week to be the next manager to leave after Sheffield United's heavy 5-0 loss away at Arsenal on Saturday.

Reports surrounded Heckingbottom's departure on Sunday in the aftermath of that game but there have been no updates since with Heckingbottom expected to be in charge this weekend.

Sheffield United are at home to Wolves on Saturday in what looks like a massive game in the relegation battle with the Blades still without a win this season.

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Man Utd now 200/1 to win the Premier League this season

Betting remains available on the Premier League title this season with Manchester United now drifting right out to 200/1 from the 16/1 that they were at the start of the campaign.

The Red Devils are massive outsiders at 200/1 now to win the league after their poor form now sees them sit 11 points behind leaders Tottenham in 8th place.

Despite being top of the table and unbeaten so far this season, Spurs are still the fourth favourites in the betting odds to win the league at 10/1.

Manchester City are favourites to win their fourth consecutive league title at 4/7 with Arsenal and Liverpool following just behind them in the betting market.

Premier League Winner 23/24OddsProbability
Manchester City4/763.6%
Arsenal9/218.2%
Liverpool5/116.7%
Tottenham10/19.1%
Aston Villa66/11.5%

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