Next Premier League Manager to Leave Odds: Vincent Kompany now moves into 3/1 to be the next manager to leave after yet another defeat for Burnley at the weekend!

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Burnley manager Vincent Kompany is now the 3/1 favourite to win the dreaded sack race next and be the next manager to leave the Premier League.

Next Premier League Manager to Leave Odds: Vincent Kompany now moves into 3/1 to be the next manager to leave after yet another defeat for Burnley at the weekend!
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  • Burnley boss Vincent Kompany is now 3/1 to be the next manager to leave the Premier League
  • Bookies though go 7/2 that there are no more managerial casualties this season
  • Sheffield United are heavy favourites to be relegated back down to the Championship

Burnley boss Vincent Kompany is now 3/1 to be the next manager to leave the Premier League

Betting remains available on the dreaded sack race with Vincent Kompany now the bookmakers favourite to be the next Premier League manager to leave this season.

Burnley manager Kompany is 3/1 in the betting market to be the next sacked with the Clarets losing yet another game this season.

The Clarets are 19th in the league table and are only off bottom spot due to their better goal difference to Sheffield United and it looks increasingly likely they'll go back down to the Championship.

Ladbrokes latest betting odds now have Kompany as the clear favourite to be the next manager to leave with the latest odds suggesting a 25% chance he goes next.

Next Premier League Manager To Leave
OddsProbability
Vincent Kompany
3/125.0%
No Manager to leave7/222.2%
Mauricio Pochettino
6/114.3%
David Moyes6/114.3%
Chris Wilder6/114.3%
What the expert says...

Vincent Kompany is now the 3/1 favourite to be the next Premier League manager to leave after Burnley were soundly beaten 3-0 by Crystal Palace on Saturday.

Jake Ashton - Football Betting Expert - OLBG.com

Bookies though go 7/2 that there are no more managerial casualties this season

Interestingly the second favourite in the next manager to leave market is that there are no more departures in the Premier League this season.

The betting markets goes 7/2 that no manager will leave before the end of the current campaign with a 22% chance that no one else goes.

Roy Hodgson was the latest manager to go after health issues and he stepped down from his role as Crystal Palace manager to be replaced by Oliver Glasner.

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Sheffield United are heavy favourites to be relegated back down to the Championship

Sheffield United and Burnley remain heavily odds-on to be relegated from the Premier League this season with bookies all but saying they will go down.

Luton Town are also odds-on but their odds suggest there's a chance of them staying up this campaign, with all three promoted teams the current favourites to be relegated.

Nottingham Forest are 2/1 in the betting market to go down as they look to get dragged into the relegation battle with bookies suggesting a 33% chance that they go down.

Premier League Relegation 23/24OddsProbability
Sheffield United1/3397.1%
Burnley1/1090.9%
Luton Town4/660.0%
Nottingham Forest2/133.3%
Everton4/120.0%

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Jake Ashton

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