Unai Emery cut to 2/1 in Next EPL Manager To Go Market

Gunners boss struggling to raise his game

Unai Emery /Arsenal manager ©imago images / PA Images 12.11.2019

It is the international break and therefore it is usually a quiet time around the world of the Premier League. But will any club take the opportunity to make a managerial change? It’s a couple of weeks that could give time for changes to be made and to allow a new, incoming boss to settle in.

Next Premier League Manager To Go Odds*

Ralph Hasenthuttl 9/4
Unai Emery 2/1
Manuel Pellegrini 8/1
Marco Silva 8/1
Daniel Farke 12/1
Quique Sánchez Flores 14/1
Mauricio Pochettino 12/1
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer 14/1
bar 33/1
* (betting odds taken from BetVictor on November 10th, 2019 at 8:49 pm)

Next EPL Manager To Go Betting at BetVictor

It is Southampton’s Ralph Hasentuttel who is 9/4 favourite at BetVictor to be the next Premier League manager out of a job* (betting odds taken from BetVictor on November 10th, 2019 at 8:49 pm). There’s little surprise there given that the Saints have taken one point from their last six league games and in that run they were embarrassingly beaten 9-0 by Leicester.

In their final game before the international break, the Saints lost an important home game against Everton. That was a big chance for Southampton to make some traction towards safety as the Toffees had only been three points ahead of them going into the fixture, one place above the drop zone.

Emery the new man feeling the heat

Arsenal’s Unai Emery is starting to feel more heat as his position with the Gunners is looking more fragile. Arsenal have won only one of their last six games in the top flight and are winless in four. They suffered at the hands of Leicester in their final game ahead of the international break which left them a massive eight points outside of the top four.

That’s nowhere near good enough by the club’s standards and defensively they have been a bit of a shambles again. Arsenal holds the joint-worst defensive record of all teams inside the top nine. Since the start of the 2018/19 season, no team across the top five European leagues has made more errors leading to directly to a goal (14) than Arsenal have done*.

How costly will that defeat against Leicester be for Emery who is now only 2/1 at BetVictor to be the next EPL manager to get the chop?* (betting odds taken from BetVictor on November 10th, 2019 at 8:49 pm)

West Ham’s Pellegrini can’t stop the slump

The shine has really gone off West Ham’s season. They started well and with a good summer of transfer action, they weren’t expected to be too far from the top six. However, the season has turned sour for them and they are only fifth-from bottom going into the November international break. It has been two points from their last six games.

The Hammers have suffered heavy back-to-back defeats against Newcastle and Burnley and appear to be in a deep hole at the moment. It has been far from the steady season that they were projected to have. Pellegrini is at 8/1 with BetVictor in the Next Premier League manager to go market* (betting odds taken from BetVictor on November 10th, 2019 at 8:49 pm).

Farke not out of the spotlight

Norwich boss Daniel Farke really hasn’t attracted a lot of attention in this market at all. That’s interesting considering that he is a 12/1 shot to be the next Premier League manager to go* (betting odds taken from BetVictor on November 10th, 2019 at 8:49 pm). Norwich are bottom of the table with only seven points from their opening twelve games and are already four points from safety. Will the Canaries be bold enough to make a change before the end of this international break to try and earn a shot at top-flight survival?

Pressure eases on Silva & Co

Everton’s Marco Silva was up near the head of the Next Premier League manager to go market recently. But their home form, coupled with an important away win at Southampton last weekend has eased some pressure. Their victory at St Marys saw them open up a six-point cushion between themselves and the drop zone. So Everton now have something to build on as the pressure eases from them.

Likewise, while Silva is feeling less heat, Tottenham’s Mauririco Pochettino and Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer have also drifted in the market. Spurs are down in 14th in the table however and winless in five league outings after failing to beat Watford and Sheffield United in their last two home games. So the 12/1 price on Pochettino to go next will still be tempting punters* (betting odds taken from BetVictor on November 10th, 2019 at 8:49 pm)

Manchester United have won two of their last three games, victories over Norwich and Brighton, to leave themselves seventh in the table. They are still a long way from the top four, however, but at least it has been a more positive output from them after winning only two of their opening nine games of the season. So Solskjaer looks to have weathered his early storm a little bit and is now out at 14/1* (betting odds taken from BetVictor on November 10th, 2019 at 8:49 pm)

*source: WhoScored.com