Mikel Arteta is beneath severe strain following Arsenal’s disastrous 1-Zero defeat to Burnley on Sunday evening – and the Gunners boss is now the brand new favorite to grow to be the primary Premier League supervisor sacked this season.
Issues went from dangerous to worse for Arsenal as they suffered a fourth-consecutive house defeat within the league – for the primary time since 1959 – and continued their worst begin to a season in virtually 40 years.
Arteta’s misfortune was summed up as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang ended his purpose drought by heading a Burnley nook into his personal web, nevertheless it was Granit Xhaka’s second of insanity which can depart followers fuming.
With Arsenal on prime, the Swiss worldwide was despatched off following a VAR assessment after needlessly placing his hand on Ashley Westwood’s throat.
There have been 2,000 followers contained in the Emirates watching the match, however Arsenal’s show made the stadium really feel eerily quiet, and the loudest noise got here because the full-time whistle was met with jeers.
Rumours instructed Arteta had three video games to save lots of his job earlier than this weekend, however the Arsenal supervisor might now be beneath extra speedy strain because the end result leaves the Gunners 5 factors above the relegation zone in 15th.
The strain has eased on Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who was main the sack race forward of the weekend’s motion, following a draw at house to Manchester City, whereas Chris Wilder’s Sheffield United job stays at severe threat following yet one more defeat this weekend.
You may see all of the Premier League sack race odds, in keeping with Sky Guess, beneath…
Premier League sack race odds
Odds right at time of publication
- Mikel Arteta (Arsenal) – 7/4
- Chris Wilder (Sheffield United) – 9/4
- Slaven Bilic (West Brom) – 3/1
- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (Man United) – 7/1
- Scott Parker (Fulham) – 16/1
- Steve Bruce (Newcastle) – 22/1
- Graham Potter (Brighton) – 25/1
- Roy Hodgson (Crystal Palace) – 25/1
- Sean Dyche (Burnley) – 25/1
- Frank Lampard (Chelsea) – 28/1
- David Moyes (West Ham) – 33/1
- Marcelo Bielsa (Leeds) – 33/1
- Dean Smith (Aston Villa) – 40/1
- Nuno Espirito Santo (Wolves) – 40/1
- Pep Guardiola (Man City) – 40/1
- Ralph Hasenhuttl (Southampton) – 50/1
- Carlo Ancelotti (Everton) – 66/1
- Jose Mourinho (Tottenham) – 66/1
- Brendan Rodgers (Leicester) – 80/1
- Jurgen Klopp (Liverpool) – 100/1