Next Premier League Manager To Go Betting Odds – Solskjaer back as the favourite

Will Solskjaer be the next EPL manager to find himself out of a job?

Rafael Benitez / Everton ©IMAGO / PA Images 07/11/2021

The international break at this stage of the season is usually a big time for clubs looking to make managerial changes.

Both Norwich and Aston Villa sacked their bosses on the weekend, using the internet break to regroup.

But with Daniel Farke and Dean Smith being given their marching orders in quick succession over the weekend, that changes the Next Premier League manager to the betting landscape.

Next Premier League Manager To Go

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer 4/7
Claudio Ranieri 5/1
Rafael Benitez 8/1
Marcelo Bielsa 14/1
Ralph Hassenhuttl 14/1
Brendan Rodger 15/1
18/1 bar
* (odds recorded at 20:12 GMT on November 7th, 2021 at Bet365).

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Solskjaer back to favourite in Next Manager To Go betting

The Premier League boss whose job looks to be the most at risk next is Manchester United’s Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

He is the current 4/7 odds-on favourite in Premier League Next Manager To Go betting* (odds recorded at 20:12 GMT on November 7th, 2021 at Bet365).

Things have fallen apart for him at Old Trafford with a W1 D1 L4 record in his last six Premier League matches.

Somewhat surprisingly United retained faith in him after they were trounced 5-0 by Liverpool at Old Trafford on October 24th.

How far does their faith extend?

But then more calamitous defending and a lack of bite saw them tumble tamely to another home loss on the weekend.

This time the Red Devils were heavily outclassed by rivals Man City.

Will the club stick to their guns and hang on to Solskjaer, or use the break to try and shake things up?

Our betting prediction:
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

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(odds recorded 2000 GMT, Wednesday 8 January)


Ranieri back in the EPL Sack Race?

Watford turned to the Premier League experience of Claudio Ranieri and it has not gone too great.

The Hornets hired him in early October and it’s been a W1 L3 record from the Italian at Vicarage Road.

Watford failed to score in any of those losses and have failed to net in four of their last five.

There’s a big, big challenge for Ranieri and the club to keep relegation at bay.

Watford sit third from the bottom just two points out of the drop zone and Ranieri is 5/1 to get the push next* (odds recorded at 20:12 GMT on November 7th, 2021 at Bet365).

The Hornets are not a club renowned to stick with managers for a long time.

Watford are the 4/7 second-favourite in Premier League relegation odds at the moment* (odds recorded at 20:12 GMT on November 7th, 2021 at Bet365).

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Benitez on the slide at Everton

Rafa Benitez was a big capture for Everton in the summer as they hired the former Liverpool boss.

But after a very solid start to the season, things have turned sour for the Toffees since the start of October.

Everton are just D2 L3 in their last five league games.

But Everyone probably isn’t looking to make such a big change right now.

They have a tough run of fixtures to come though as they have to face Man City, Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea within their next six.

Benitez is an 8/1 quote to be the next PRemier League manager to go* (odds recorded at 20:12 GMT on November 7th, 2021 at Bet365).

Premier League Relegation Odds

Norwich 1/6
Watford 4/7
Newcastle Evens
Burnley 6/5
Brentford 7/2
Aston Villa 5/1
Leeds 5/1
Southampton 8/1
12/1 bar
* (odds recorded at 20:12 GMT on November 7th, 2021 at Bet365).

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Other names in the reckoning

Marcelo Bielsa can’t get things going with Leeds this season.

But they are likely to continue sticking with him with a few more positive signs happening recently.

Southampton’s Ralph Hasenhuttl has just seen an upward swing of form from the Saints recently.

So he eased some pressure with Southampton going W3 D1 in their last four.

Then there is Brendan Rogers who is struggling a little bit with Leicester this season. The Foxes are in the bottom half of the table. Rogers has been linked with Manchester United as well.