Bookmaker’s odds on the next manager to leave their job in 2018/19 season

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Mark Hughes was dismissed by Southampton earlier this week to become the second Premier League manager sacked this term

Mark Hughes became the latest Premier League manager to lose his job, with Southampton dismissing their boss earlier this week.

Saints have since appointed Ralph Hasenhuttl as their new head coach, and he’ll be hoping to last longer than the eight months Hughes had in charge at St Mary’s.

Hughes’ dismissal by Southampton meant he became the first ever manager to be sacked by two Premier League clubs in the same year

The decision to dismiss Hughes came as no surprise, with the Welshman the most under-pressure manager in the entire Premier League.

He had be favourite to lose his job out of all 20 bosses for a number of months, and when Fulham sacked Slavisa Jokanovic last month it became just a matter of time before Hughes was axed.


But, with Hughes out of a job, who now leads the Premier League sack race? Take a look below to find out the odds on the next top flight manager to lose their job this season, courtesy of Betfair…


=19. Pep Guardiola (Manchester City) – 100/1

=19. Jurgen Klopp (Liverpool) – 100/1

=17. Unai Emery (Arsenal) – 66/1

=17. Eddie Howe (Bournemouth) – 66/1

Howe continues to excel with Bournemouth

Howe continues to excel with Bournemouth

=14. Maurizio Sarri (Chelsea) – 50/1

=14. Chris Hughton (Brighton and Hove Albion) – 50/1

=14. David Wagner (Huddersfield) – 50/1

13. Mauricio Pochettino (Tottenham) – 40/1

=10. Marco Silva (Everton) – 33/1

=10. Javi Gracia (Watford) – 33/1

Gracia recently put pen to paper on a new Watford contract

Gracia recently put pen to paper on a new Watford contract

=10. Ralph Hasenhuttl (Southampton) – 33/1

=7. Manuel Pellegrini (West Ham) – 25/1

=7. Claudio Ranieri (Fulham) – 25/1

=7. Claude Puel (Leicester) – 25/1

=5. Rafa Benitez (Newcastle) – 10/1

=5. Roy Hodgson (Crystal Palace) – 10/1

Hodgson has started to find himself under pressure

Hodgson has started to find himself under pressure

=3. Sean Dyche (Burnley) – 7/1

=3. Neil Warnock (Cardiff) – 7/1

2. Nuno (Wolves) – 5/1

1. Jose Mourinho (Manchester United) – 15/8

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