Next Huddersfield Manager Betting Odds: Familiar face David Wagner is EVENS with bookmakers to make return to the Terriers!

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  • David Wagner is the early favourite at evens to be the next Huddersfield Manager
  • Danny Schofield was dismissed as manager after one win from nine games
  • Huddersfield currently sit in 23rd in the Championship table

David Wagner is the early favourite at evens to be the next Huddersfield Manager

David Wagner is the early favourite with bookmakers to be next Huddersfield manager after the club dismissed Danny Schofield on Wednesday.

The Terriers are 23rd in the Championship after a terrible start to the season and they're already 5 points adrift of safety.

Wagner is the clear favourite with BetVictor to make a return to Huddersfield after being sacked from the club back in January 2019.

Next Huddersfield Manager Odds Probability
David Wagner 1/1 50.0%
Anthony Barry 8/1 11.1%
Sean Dyche 12/1 7.7%
Michael Carrick 14/1 6.7%
Duncan Ferguson 16/1 5.9%

Some popular names appear in the market including Sean Dyche, but at odds of 12/1 bookies give him just a 7% chance of taking over Huddersfield.

Dyche seems to be a name that will appear in every open managerial betting market that comes up.

David Wagner is the evens favourite to make a shock return to Huddersfield after leaving Young Boys earlier in 2022.

Jake Ashton - Football Betting Expert - OLBG.com

Danny Schofield was dismissed as manager after one win from nine games

Huddersfield's terrible start to the season has seen them win just one out of their 9 games so far.

Their owners were seemingly left with no other outcome than relieving Danny Schofield of his duties and are now looking for a new manager.

Chief executive Dean Hoyle will be wanting to make sure that he makes the right decision in the club's next appointment.

Huddersfield currently sit in 23rd in the Championship table

The Terriers are currently in 23rd in the Championship with Coventry the only club below them in the table.

Coventry though have played three fewer games than Huddersfield due to their poor pitch quality postponing games.

With Huddersfield already 5 points from safety in the Championship, whoever comes in to take over has a big job on their hands.

Favourite David Wagner may well want to make a return to football for the first time after being sacked as Young Boys manager earlier this year.

Championship Betting Tips are available on our site with picks up from profitable tipsters for every game.

# Team Pl W D L GD Pts Last 6
1
Burnley
D W W W W W
20 11 8 1 20 41
D W W W W W
2
Blackburn
W W W L W L
21 12 0 9 2 36
W W W L W L
3
Watford
W W W L W D
21 9 6 6 6 33
W W W L W D
4
Norwich
L L W D W L
20 9 4 7 6 31
L L W D W L
5
Millwall
W W L D D W
20 9 4 7 4 31
W W L D D W
6
Swansea
W D L D D D
20 8 7 5 0 31
W D L D D D
7
Preston
W L W W W L
20 8 7 5 0 31
W L W W W L
8
Luton
L D D W L D
21 7 9 5 1 30
L D D W L D
9
Reading
W L D L L W
21 9 2 10 -7 29
W L D L L W
10
QPR
W L D L L L
20 8 4 8 1 28
W L D L L L
11
Middlesbrough
D L W D W W
21 7 6 8 3 27
D L W D W W
12
Sunderland
L L D W L W
20 7 6 7 3 27
L L D W L W
13
Birmingham
L W D W D L
20 7 6 7 3 27
L W D W D L
14
Coventry
D L W W W W
18 7 5 6 2 26
D L W W W W
15
Bristol City
L W L D D D
20 6 6 8 -1 24
L W L D D D
16
Cardiff
L L W L W L
20 7 3 10 -7 24
L L W L W L
17
Hull City
W L L D W L
21 7 3 11 -14 24
W L L D W L
18
West Brom
W L L W W W
19 5 8 6 2 23
W L L W W W
19
Rotherham
L D L L L D
20 5 8 7 -2 23
L D L L L D
20
Wigan
L L L D L W
21 6 5 10 -10 23
L L L D L W
21
Stoke City
L L W L W L
20 6 4 10 -7 22
L L W L W L
22
Blackpool
W W L L L L
20 6 3 11 -9 21
W W L L L L
23
Huddersfield
D W L L W D
20 5 4 11 -7 19
D W L L W D
24
Sheffield Utd
D W W D W W
8 5 2 1 11 17
D W W D W W

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