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Premier League Sack Race: David Moyes favourite to be axed

West Ham United manager David Moyes is favourite to be next managerial casualty in Premier League

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Premier League Sack Race: David Moyes favourite to be axed


While West Ham United progressed into the fifth round of the FA Cup thanks to a win at League One side Derby County last night, they are struggling in the Premier League and manager David Moyes is expected to be the next managerial casualty in the top-flight.

Far from challenging for a European berth this season as expected, West Ham United are starting to look in real danger of relegation to the Championship and the pressure is on manager David Moyes. The Hammers have managed a mere 5 wins from their 20 league outings this term with 12 defeats during this time – more than any other Premier League side with the exception of Leicester City and bottom side Southampton – and they currently sit just a single point above the relegation zone.

The Hammers ended their seven-game winless run when beating struggling Everton 2-0 in their last outing but they remain in a very precarious position with some tough games on the horizon. Indeed with Frank Lampard having been dismissed by the Toffees last week, Moyes is now firm favourite to be the next Premier League managerial casualty with most leading bookmakers going just 6/5 that he gets the chop.

In the Sack Race betting market, Leeds United boss Jesse Marsch comes in next at a general 6/1. The Whites have managed just 3 points from their last eight league games and they sit level on pointe with the Hammers, albeit with a game-in-hand over the sides around them in the league table.


Premier League Sack Race Odds


6/5  –  David Moyes

6/1  –  Jesse Marsch

8/1  –  Gary O’Neil

8/1  –  Antonio Conte

9/1  –  Brendan Rodgers



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