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Latest Manager Odds

Welcome to the 101 Great Goals latest manager odds page, where we will keep track of the latest fluctuations in the sack race and the favourites for each job in the Premier League, supported by the latest odds from 888Sport.

We will constantly update the odds as well as provide tips and insight  into the latest manager markets and keep an eye on results, with which bosses are facing the sack.

Timeline

October 3 – Xisco Munoz was the first manager to be sacked in the 2021/22 Premier League season, losing his job at Watford on October 3 to be replaced by Claudio Ranieri after losing 1-0 away at Leeds.

October 20 – Steve Bruce was the next to depart after an unpopular reign on Tyneside. The Newcastle manager was the target of consistent criticism from the fanbase and following the takeover of the club, he departed by mutual consent on October 20 to be replaced by Graeme Jones on an interim basis, before Eddie Howe eventually assumed the role on a full-time basis.

November 1 – Nuno Espirito Santo was the third manager on his way out after being unable to get a tune out of Tottenham. The three-month spell in north London came to an end on November 1 with the Portuguese replaced by Antonio Conte, who had been rumoured to take over at Old Trafford.

November 6 – Santo’s departure sparked a flurry of movement from executives across the league, with Daniel Farke sacked as Norwich boss on the sixth and Dean Smith from Aston Villa on the seventh – with the latter succeeding the former.

November 21 – Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Manchester United reunion finally came to an end on November 21 by mutual consent and after a brief spell as caretaker, Michael Carrick was replaced by Ralf Rangnick until the end of the season.

January 16 – Rafael Benitez was an unpopular appointment at Everton and after he was sacked on January 16 to be replaced by Frank Lampard, Claudio Ranieri soon followed in becoming the second manager of the season to be sacked by Watford.

February 27 – Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds dream came to an unpopular end on February 27 to be replaced by Jesse Marsch after a horror run of results.

April 15 – With the threat of relegation looming, Burnley chairman Alan Pace made the unpopular decision to depart with Sean Dyche after 10 years at the club.

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Next Manager to Leave Odds

In order, here is the list of managers most likely to leave before the end of the season:

Manager Team Odds to leave
No manager to leave
- View 6/5
Frank Lampard
Everton View 2/1
Roy Hodgson
Watford View 11/4
Thomas Tuchel
Chelsea View 9/1
Ralf Rangnick
Manchester United View 11/1
Brendan Rodgers
Leicester View 16/1
Dean Smith
Norwich View 16/1
Ralph Hasenhuttl
Southampton View 16/1
Graham Potter
Brighton View 33/1
Antonio Conte
Tottenham View 40/1
Thomas Frank
Brentford View 40/1
Eddie Howe
Newcastle View 50/1
Bruno Lage
Wolves View 66/1
Patrick Vieira
Crystal Palace View 80/1
Mikel Arteta
Arsenal View 80/1
Steven Gerrard
Aston Villa View 100/1
David Moyes
West Ham View 100/1
Pep Guardiola
Manchester City View 100/1
Jurgen Klopp
Liverpool View 150/1

The Premier League table as it stands:

# Team MP W D L F A D P
1 Manchester City 38 29 6 3 99 26 73 93
2 Liverpool FC 38 28 8 2 94 26 68 92
3 Chelsea FC 38 21 11 6 76 33 43 74
4 Tottenham Hotspur 38 22 5 11 69 40 29 71
5 Arsenal FC 38 22 3 13 61 48 13 69
6 Manchester United 38 16 10 12 57 57 0 58
7 West Ham United 38 16 8 14 60 51 9 56
8 Leicester City 38 14 10 14 62 59 3 52
9 Brighton & Hove Albion 38 12 15 11 42 44 -2 51
10 Wolverhampton Wanderers 38 15 6 17 38 43 -5 51
11 Newcastle United 38 13 10 15 44 62 -18 49
12 Crystal Palace 38 11 15 12 50 46 4 48
13 Brentford FC 38 13 7 18 48 56 -8 46
14 Aston Villa 38 13 6 19 52 54 -2 45
15 Southampton FC 38 9 13 16 43 67 -24 40
16 Everton FC 38 11 6 21 43 66 -23 39
17 Leeds United 38 9 11 18 42 79 -37 38
18 Burnley FC 38 7 14 17 34 53 -19 35
19 Watford FC 38 6 5 27 34 77 -43 23
20 Norwich City 38 5 7 26 23 84 -61 22
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