Such is the way of the modern-day Premier League, the future of several Premier League managers remains the subject of huge speculation this week. Sunday's defeat at home to Arsenal was enough to see Everton boss, Ronald Koeman, become the third managerial casualty already this season.
Despite leading Everton back into Europe last season, Koeman has paid the ultimate price for a horrendous start to the campaign. The Toffees continue to struggle to cope with the huge void left by Manchester United's new signing, Romelu Lukaku and a 5-2 loss at home to Arsenal proved a game too far for the Goodison Park hierarchy.
Koeman joins compatriot, Frank de Boer and Englishman, Craig Shakespeare, on the managerial scrapheap after the duo were dismissed by Crystal Palace and Leicester City respectively.
Here at Betting Sites we take a look at the managers tipped to be the next to leave their current post with odds provided by SkyBet on the next managerial departure from the Premier League.
Current Club: West Ham United
Odds to leave next: 8/11
West Ham United manager, Slaven Bilic, is the bookies' favourite to be the next boss to get the chop after an embarrassing 3-0 home defeat to Brighton & Hove Albion left The Hammers clear of the bottom three on goal difference only. But, Bilic isn't the only manager under pressure.
Current Club: Burnley
Odds to leave next: 2/1
Unlike most of the other managers that feature on this list, Dyche is under no pressure at his current club. Despite losing 3-0 at Manchester City on the weekend, Burnley are enjoying an excellent start to the new campaign. Dyche's team have addressed their away-day issues of last season, lifting one of the pre-season relegation favourites up to a comfortable eighth in the Premier League. After nine league games, Burnley have already pulled five points clear of the bottom three.
Sean Dyche has been installed as the 2/1 second-favourite to be the next manager to leave his post amid constant links to the vacant management jobs at both Leicester City and Everton.
Current Club: Watford
Odds to leave next: 7/1
Like Dyche, Marco Silva is tipped to choose to resign his post in favour of a more lucrative post, rather than be forced to leave. Despite failing to steer Hull City clear of relegation last season, Silva's stock was at an all-time high given the huge transformation in the style of play seen at Hull City during his time there. That prompted the Watford hierarchy to make a move in the summer and the Hornets have flown out of the blocks.
Watford currently sit sixth in the Premier League table and are just one point behind the top four. Former Liverpool defender, Jamie Carragher, believes Silva has "star quality" and has tipped the Watford boss to take over at Goodison Park.
Current Club: Stoke City
Odds to leave next: 10/1
Four defeats in five, including their embarrassing 7-2 loss to Manchester City has left Stoke City manager, Mark Hughes, vulnerable. The Welshman has been in charge at the Bet365 Stadium for over four years now and although many will be calling for a change, Hughes will benefit from having one of the league's more understanding owners.
Current Club: Chelsea
Odds to leave next: 11/1
It's no secret that Conte remains frustrated by Chelsea's transfer policy but still it remains unthinkable that the Italian would leave Stamford Bridge just five months since lifting the Premier League title. Conte expressed his disappointment regarding the sale of Nemanja Matic to Manchester United and recent injuries to central midfielders N'Golo Kante and Danny Drinkwater have not helped improve relations between Conte and the Chelsea board.
Current Club: Southampton
Odds to leave next: 12/1
Four points from two games seems to have eased the pressure on Pellegrino but you feel he is just one or two bad results away from being plunged back into a crisis. Southampton have struggled for goals this season and despite having a better defensive record than Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool, The Saints have only earned twelve points from nine games. Only Manolo Gabbiadini (3 goals) has scored more than once for Southampton in the league this season and that right there, highlights where they must improve.
Current Club: Swansea City
Odds to leave next: 16/1
Swansea City have struggled at the start of the season as they get used to life without their talisman, Gylfi Sigurdsson. The Icelandic international had been hugely influential since signing for The Swans but a summer move to Everton has left Swansea lacking that creative edge. Only Crystal Palace have scored less Premier League goals than goal-shy Swansea City this season.
If Swansea do back their manager, his departure may still be a possibility. Clement was assistant manager to his long-term friend, Carlo Ancelotti, at Chelsea, PSG, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich and there are suggestions that should the Italian opt to come back to the Premier League he will want Clement to once again be his number two.
Current Club: West Bromwich Albion
Odds to leave next: 16/1
Tony Pulis seemed untouchable at The Hawthorns twelve months ago but the Baggies have endured an awful 2017 so far. Since March West Brom have managed just three wins in 21 league games. West Brom looked nailed on to finish 8th last season before their end of season slump saw them drop down to eleventh. The current season has started very much in the same vein. West Bromwich Albion won each of their opening two fixtures but have been win-less in their seven subsequent games, leaving them just two points clear of the bottom three.
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