Watford’s Marco Silva 10/11 from 10/1 to be next Prem manager to go

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Watford manager Marco Silva has seen his odds slashed on being the next Premier League manager to leave his job this season.   

Following speculation linking the ex-Hull City boss to Everton, Silva has been cut to 10/11 from 10/1 five days ago to leave his post at Vicarage Road.

He’s followed closely be under-pressure Swansea City chief Paul Clement at 2/1.

The Swans have lost their last four games in all competitions and currently sit one from bottom in the Premier League on 8 points.

With Burnley and Bournemouth up next for the Welsh club, Clement’s fate could be decided in the coming 10 days.

Tony Pulis is also feeling the heat after presiding over a run of 10 games without a win at West Brom.

In-fact, the Baggies’ form throughout the whole 2017 has been nothing short of woeful. The Midlands club have won just eight games from 35 since the turn of the year.

It leaves Pulis as the 4/1 third-favourite for the chop.

Meanwhile, Chelsea chief Antonio Conte is the highest-ranked manager amongst the favourites at 7/1.

The Blues boss has had to deal with issues surrounding Diego Costa and David Luiz since guiding the West Londoners to the Premier League title last term.

With Chelsea’s form also taking a dip of late, a few more negative results could do for the Italian at Stamford Bridge.

Sean Dyche, Mark Hughes and Jose Mourinho follow next at 8/1, 12/1 and 16/1 respectively.

Up the other end and Pep Guardiola and Mauricio Pochettino are deemed to have the safest jobs in the Prem.

The pair are the longest-priced at 80/1 to be the next Premier League manager to leave.

Click here for the latest Premier League manager odds.

All Odds and Markets correct as of date of publication.

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Nick Murphy

Nick is a graduate of the University of East Anglia where he doubled up as the sports editor of the student newspaper Concrete. He also supports Dagenham & Redbridge and previously edited the matchday programme at Victoria Road. Other passions include darts, cricket and horse racing.