The Premier League sack race: Marco Silva is odds-on to be the next boss axed, but FIVE others - including Unai Emery and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer - are seriously struggling too
Marco Silva (Everton)
Saturday's humiliating 2-0 home defeat by rock bottom Norwich left Everton just four points above the drop zone and Silva as the overwhelming favourite to be the next Premier League boss to lose his job.
Billionaire owner Farhad Moshiri held talks with chairman Bill Kenwright, other members of the board and Silva himself straight after the game at Goodison Park and he is reluctant to sack another manager after already getting rid of Roberto Martinez, Ronald Koeman and Sam Allardyce in the last three-and-a-half years.
But after giving the Portuguese £200million to spend over the previous two summers, Moshiri also knows that results and performances cannot continue to follow the same trend. Odds to be the next Premier League boss sacked: 4/9
Next manager odds: David Moyes 10/11, Eddie Howe 11/2, David Unsworth 6/1
Unai Emery (Arsenal)
Alexandre Lacazette's 96th minute equaliser against Southampton on Saturday gave Emery a stay of execution, but Arsenal are already looking for their next boss.
Angry fans have been calling for the Spaniard's head for weeks and their latest lacklustre performance did nothing to reassure them that he is the man to turn things around at the Emirates.
The Gunners are currently languishing eighth in the table, are out of the title race already and have an uphill battle to get back into the Champions League. Odds to be the next Premier League boss sacked: 17/10
Next manager odds: Massimiliano Allegri 9/2, Mikel Arteta 5/1, Mauricio Pochettino 6/1
Manuel Pellegrini (West Ham)
Pellegrini jumped to the front of the sack race on Saturday afternoon after his West Ham were well-beaten by London rivals Tottenham, despite a late fight back.
And although Silva and Emery have gone ahead of him after defeats in 3pm kick-offs, the Hammers boss remains under intense pressure.
After a bright start to the season, Pellegrini's men have slumped to 16th in the table and have not won since beating Manchester United on September 22.
They have lost five of their last six league games and suffered an embarrassing 4-0 Carabao Cup defeat by League One Oxford in the third round. Odds to be the next Premier League boss sacked: 9/1
Next manager odds: Rafa Benitez 6/4, Eddie Howe, 9/2, David Moyes 11/2
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (Manchester United)
Sunday's thrilling 3-3 draw at Sheffield United was a topsy-turvy affair, both on the pitch and for Solskjaer's prospects of remaining in the Old Trafford hotseat.
Two-nil down at Bramall Lane, the Norwegian looked like he could be 40 minutes from the exit. Yet, 27 minutes later, his side had battled back in style to lead 3-2.
However, Oli McBurnie's 90th minute equaliser ensured Manchester United would only leave with a point, furthering doubts about Solskjaer's suitability for the role.
The Red Devils are down in ninth place and have fewer points (17) from their opening 13 games than in any season since 1988-89. Odds to be the next Premier League boss sacked: 11/1
Sanchez Flores has only won one of his nine games in charge since returning to the club - and he may only get one more to prove they should keep him around.
According to The Times, this weekend's huge trip to Southampton could earn the Spaniard the sack at Watford for the second time in just three-and-a- half years.
Saturday's disappointing 3-0 defeat at home to Burnley - a side who had not won on the road this season - left the Hornets bottom of the table with just eight points Odds to be the next Premier League boss sacked: 12/1
Next manager odds: Rafa Benitez 4/1, Mark Hughes 6/1, Claude Puel 7/1
Ralph Hasenhuttl (Southampton)
It may not seem fair to discuss Hasenhuttl and the sack race after his side's impressive display at Arsenal on Saturday, but the table doesn't lie.
After missing a host of chances and conceding a last-gasp equaliser at the Emirates, Southampton remain 19th in the table with just nine points from 13 games.
Their previous fixture saw their own fans boo them off after a home defeat against Everton, who had not won away in the league since March prior to their 2-1 victory at St Mary's. Odds to be the next Premier League boss sacked: 20/1
Next manager odds: Alan Pardew 4/1, Javi Gracia 5/1, David Moyes and Chris Hughton 6/1