Steve Bruce 3/1 FAV in Next Premier League Manager To Go Betting

Will Steve Bruce be the second casualty this season in the Premier League sack race?

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We have had the first Premier League managerial casualty of the season. That means that we have the Next Premier League Manager To Go betting to look over for an update.

Watford sacked Xisco on the weekend after just 10 months in charge.

The Spaniard, who helped get Watford back to the top flight was shown the door after a league defeat at Leeds on Saturday.

Xisco was the 14th manager sacked by Watford in the last 10 years.

Former Chelsea and Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri is the red-hot odds-on favourite to get into the hot seat at Vicarage Road.

Next Premier League Manager To Go Odds

Steve Bruce 3/1
Nuno Espírito Santo 7/2
Daniel Farke 4/1
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer 6/1
Mikel Arteta 10/1
Ralph Hasenhuttl 10/1
Bruno Lage 12/1
Patrick Viera 12/1
14/1 bar
* (odds recorded at 19:36 GMT on 10/3/2021 at Coral)

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Newcastle’s Bruce is still under pressure

Will the floodgates open now that Watford have been first to make a change? The Magpies are still looking for the first win of the season.

Newcastle are D3 L4 from their seven matches. On the weekend they suffered a loss at Wolves, heaping more pressure on manager Steve Bruce.

Bruce is the 3/1 favourite in Next Premier League Manager To Go betting* (odds recorded at 19:36 GMT on 10/3/2021 at Coral).

The Magpies have scored just four goals in their seven games. Plus they have the joint-worst defensive record (Norwich).

With the next international break arriving, will the Magpies take the chance to make an early change as well?

Our betting prediction:
Steve Bruce

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Norwich’s Farke a contender?

The Canaries have retained a lot of trust and patience in Daniel Farke. He’s done a lot for the club.

He got them up to the top flight for the 2019/20 Premier League campaign and they stuck with Farke even though Norwich finished bottom.

But under Farke’s guidance, he got them straight back up.

But Norwich are struggling badly again in the top flight again. The Canaries have only one point from seven league games this season.

So is Farke a contender to be the next boss in the top flight to go?

Maybe not as much as the likes of Bruce or Ralph Hassenhutl. Norwich seem to be a patient club who understand their position.

They don’t try and go for broke with big spending to retain a top-flight status.

So they could already be preparing for another Championship campaign next season with Farke at the helm.

Hasenhuttl feeling the heat

Southampton are struggling again, as they are one of four clubs going into the international break still looking for a Premier League win.

The Saints are D4 L3 this season under Ralph Hasenhuttl. They have been fine in defence, conceding just three times.

But they aren’t doing enough in the attack.

Remember last season Southampton had that dreadful second half of the season losing 15 of their final 21 games of the campaign.

They had a run where they earned just one point in nine fixtures.

Hasenhuttl is a 10/1 quote in the Premier League sack race betting* (odds recorded at 19:36 GMT on 10/3/2021 at Coral).

Clarets to stick with Dyche?

A big part of Burnley’s battling identity in the Premier League is because of the work that Sean Dyche has done there during his long spell with them.

Burnley are one of those four clubs not to win this season.

They missed a big chance of getting off the mark on the weekend as they were held to a draw by bottom side, Norwich.

That draw saw Norwich claim their first point of the season. So that will have been a huge disappointment for the Clarets at Turf Moor.

Sean Dyche is a longer 20/1 quote to be the second Premier League manager sacked this season* (odds recorded at 19:36 GMT on 10/3/2021 at Coral).

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Nuno not feeling the love at Spurs?

Spurs boss Nuno Espirito Santo eased some pressure with a 2-1 win over Aston Villa on the weekend.

That snapped a run of three straight league defeats. It should buy him a little more time.

Nuno was never the first choice by Tottenham and has yet to win the fans over.

Another dip in form from the Lilywhites could see the Portuguese heading out of the door and Nuno is at 7/2 in the football betting market* (odds recorded at 19:36 GMT on 10/3/2021 at Coral).

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Solskjaer not delivering at Old Trafford

Then there is Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who, after a big summer of bringing in Jadon Sancho and Cristiano Ronaldo, has heaped extra pressure on himself.

The Red Devils look to be going through a flat patch of form at the moment.

A defeat against Aston Villa at Old Trafford in the league was followed by a draw against Everton there.

They have recently been dumped out of the League Cup by West Ham and were beaten by Young Boys in the Champions League.

Heading into the international break, United are W2 D1 L3 in their last six in all competitions.

That’s clearly not good enough from Solskjaer who is 6/1 in the Next Premier League Manager To Go betting* (odds recorded at 19:36 GMT on 10/3/2021 at Coral).