Some Premier League managers are feeling the pressure as the season comes to an end, with Dean Smith and Eddie Howe in danger of being sacked next.
Aston Villa manager Dean Smith has emerged as the favourite to be the next Premier League manager to be sacked, with his side on the brink of relegation.
Fellow strugglers Bournemouth could also be close to parting ways with Eddie Howe as they also sit in the relegation zone, three points from safety and with just two games to save their season.
Dean Smith is the favourite to be the next manager to leave his post with Villa on the brink of relegation
Bournemouth’s long association with Howe, who has had two stints as a player and two as manager, the last since 2012, could also be in danger with his side effectively needing to win their last two matches to stay up.
West Ham manager David Moyes looks like he will save the Hammers from the drop and is 25/1 to leave, as is Tottenham boss José Mourinho, who has faced criticism from fans and pundits over the direction in which the club is going.
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