The Premier League is edging closer to a conclusion with just 13 games left to play to round up the 2020-21 season.
While some teams are celebrating good results, others are frustrated with persistent poor performances.
However, before the season wraps up in May.
Below are managers on the brink of an exit if results do not improve this week.
The Portuguese took over from Mauricio Pochettino in 2019.
But as it stands he is under severe pressure following latest defeat at Upton Park. Tottenham Hotspur have now lost five of their last six games.
Despite beginning the season with promising signs of a title challenge, Spurs are now in 9th position, 9 points adrift of Champions League qualification next season.
Mourinho may have one last opportunity to save his job this weekend when Tottenham host Burnley, but anything other than a comprehensive victory against the Clarets. It's good bye for Jose Mourinho.
2- Mikel Arteta
Arsenal's season has been anything but straightforward and that means Mikel Arteta's job is far from safe.
They sit in 10th position with hopes of Champions League football next season looking very unlikely.
They are already out of the FA Cup and will have to be at their very best to progress ahead of Benfica into the last 16 of the Europa League.
This weekend, the Gunners will travel to the King Power Stadium to take on the Foxes.
If Arsenal were to be eliminated in the Europa League and then lose to Leicester City this weekend.
Then Mikel Arteta's managerial career at Arsenal will be all but over.
3- Jurgen Klopp
After steering Liverpool to Champions League and Premier League truimp in 2019 and 2020 respectively.
Jurgen Klopp's job at Anfield has come under serious scrutiny following series of poor performance that has seen them exit the FA cup in the hands of Manchester United and slumped to 6th position in the league table, 5 points adrift of Champions League football.
However, Liverpool seem to be doing well in the Champions League after a 2-0 first leg victory away at RasenBallsport Leipzig.
But with their latest defeat in the hands of the Toffees.
Jurgen Klopp has now joined Jose Mourinho and Mikel Arteta on the brink of being sack if results don't improve this weekend.
Mathematically, Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspurs and Liverpool each have a chance to finish inside the top four, but to achieve that aim, they must start picking up results this weekend.
Time is no longer on the side of the managers and fans are becoming impatient.
It's either they win or get busted
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