Sack race: Marco Silva, Unai Emery and Manuel Pellegrini under pressure following horror weekend

Mauricio Pochettino’s sacking and a number of high profile directors losing in the weekend has formed a three dimensional tussle to leave post-market.??
Marco Silva has become the obvious odds-on favourite after his side defeat at home to Norwich and is currently priced to be the Premier League director stunt.
That’s means bookmakers think there’s a chance that Silva is next, with Arsenal director Unai Emery.
Emery has his chances cut from 12/1 to 7/2, which makes him clear favorite .
At the previous 24 hours, the majority of the cash has been divided across Silva and Emery, together with the former.
There are two other leading bosses close about Silva and Emery, together with Hammers director cut to favourite to second.
The other around the periphery is Watford boss Quique Sanchez Flores, who is 20/1 to be the next Premier League director to leave their article.
Soccer stats gurus revealed that only Aston Villa have picked up fewer points away from home in the Premier League (4) this season, compared to Everton.
Arsenal have won 14 points of a 39 under Unai Emery in the Premier League against established top-six clubs.
Oddschecker spokesperson Callum Wilson:”It has turned into a Premier League season rife with under-performance: Watford and Spurs have pulled the trigger to their various managers, and it feels as though we are on the point of another flurry of sackings.
“Everton’s dismal defeat to Norwich has put Marco Silva firmly from the Toffees owners’ cross-hairs, though Manuel Pellegrini and Unai Emery are equally teetering on the precipice – that has formed an intriguing three-way tussle within the next Manager to Be Sacked market.”

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