Baggies cut to 11/8 for the drop

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West Brom have been cut to 11/8 for relegation this season by Ladbrokes.

Despite their last gasp equaliser against Wolves on Sunday they remain one point above the drop zone and are cut to 11/8 having been 13/8 on Hodgson’s appointment. Bottom club Wolves remain 4/6 with Blackpool also trimmed to 5/4 as they prepare to face Tottenham on Tuesday night at Bloomfield road.

Avram Grant is still the favourite in the ‘next manager to leave’ market at 11/8 having eased from long odds-on quotes (1/5) around the new year with Carlo Ancelotti the well backed 3/1 second favourite.

Interestingly, Sir Alex Ferguson is trimmed to 33/1 from 50/1 with Tony Pullis and Arsene Wenger the managers earning the longest quotes at 50/1.

Alex Donohue of Ladbrokes said: “The front five in the relegation market have pulled away from the rest and it looks like it’s going to be a really close scrap down there. Grant is a drifter in the next manager to leave market and we’ve just clipped Ferguson on the proviso that he could retire in the summer before anyone else leaves.”

Ladbrokes latest betting

Premier League relegation
Wigan – 1/2
West Ham – 4/7
Wolves – 4/6
Blackpool – 5/4
W.B.A. – 11/8
Birmingham – 7/2
Blackburn – 10/1
Fulham – 11/1
Aston Villa – 14/1
Everton – 14/1
Newcastle – 18/1
Stoke – 28/1
Bolton – 50/1

Next Premier League manager to leave
A. Grant – 11/8
C. Ancelotti – 3/1
A. McLeish – 6/1
D. Moyes – 7/1
R. Mancini – 8/1
R. Martinez – 10/1
M. McCarthy – 10/1
S. Kean – 10/1
K. Dalglish – 14/1
M. Hughes – 14/1
I. Holloway – 14/1
R. Hodgson – 16/1
H. Redknapp – 20/1
G. Houllier – 20/1
S. Bruce – 251
O. Coyle – 25/1
A. Pardew – 28/1
A. Ferguson – 33/1
A. Wenger – 50/1
T. Pulis – 50/1

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Robbie Morris

Robbie studied sports journalism at the University of Gloucestershire, an establishment chosen for its proximity to Cheltenham racecourse, where he was a season ticket holder. Upon graduation, Robbie was a contributor to GolfPunk, a national magazine aimed at ridding golf of its traditionalist image, before joining the news.ladbrokes team.