With Ronald Koeman having been relieved of his job at Everton, William Hill make David Moyes the 4/1 favourite to bag the role.
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William Hill have cut the odds on Ronald Koeman leaving Everton this week from 8/11 to 4/6 after a run of money overnight, while his odds of being the next manager to go have been cut from 4/7 to 2/7.
Burnley head to Manchester City as 25/1 outsiders to win – the biggest price that William Hill has ever offered about a team winning a Premier League match.
Sam Allardyce is the big mover in the market for who will be the next permanent manager of Leicester City and from an opening show of 16/1 he is now 3/1 joint favourite. Chris Colman has been trimmed from 5/1 into 3/1.
Just 21 William Hill online customers correctly predicted that Liverpool would win their Champions League match against Maribor by seven goals to nil. The biggest bet was £10 and was placed by a Liverpool fan based in Cheshire ten minutes before the match started at odds of 80/1. The fan could not quite go the distance though and cashed out in the 86th minute, when the score was 6-0. As a result he collected £153.76 rather than the £810 he would have collected if he had held on.
The news that Craig Shakespeare has left his role as come as a surprise to bookmakers who had him at 8/1 to be the next Premier league manager to go.
Both Ireland sides managed to dodge Italy & Croatia, in what has to be seen as a great pair of draws for the sides. That said it remain a tall order, as both sides are odds against qualifying. Northern Ireland are 9/5 to win the first leg against Switzerland and are 9/4 to qualify for the World cup. Whilst the Republic are 11/5 to beat Denmark in the first leg and 11/10 to qualify for the finals.
After the first day of betting on the next permanent Scotland boss, William Hill can report that David Moyes is not just the favourite with the bookies but also with punters as well.
Arsene Wenger has admitted that both Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez could leave Arsenal in January with their contracts expiring at the end of the season.