West Ham United are just 9/4 to be relegated this season, according to our traders.
Following the dismissal of Slaven Bilic on Monday morning, we rate the Hammers as the fourth favourites to drop down a tier into the Championship at odds of 9/4.
It’s being reported that owners David Gold and David Sullivan have their new man lined up already.
Should the West Ham board opt to appoint David Moyes as his replacement, it’s a 1/2 shot he’ll last the season, with 6/4 on offer he has departed before the last game of the season.
Although should the former Everton and Manchester United boss fail to turn things around quickly enough our football traders make it a 16/1 chance he’ll be sacked by Christmas.
Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: “The writing’s been on the wall for a while with Bilic and, although his team has been blighted by injuries, time will soon tell if Moyes is able to work his magic and keep the Hammers out of the drop zone.”
Can Moyes get the Hammers out of trouble? It’s going to be tough.
Ladbrokes Latest Betting:
Swansea – 8/13
Crystal Palace – 4/6
Huddersfield – 7/4
West Ham – 9/4
Bournemouth – 11/4
West Brom – 3/1
Brighton – 3/1
Bar – 6/1
David Moyes to be West Ham manager at the end of 2017/18 season
Yes – 1/2
No – 6/4
David Moyes to be sacked as West Ham manager before Christmas Day 2017 – 16/1
All Odds and Markets correct as of the date of publication