Klopp clipped for Kop chop after dismal run

It doesn't take long for pressure to mount on a football manager and Hills have cut Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp to 16-1 to be the next Premier League boss to leave his post.

The German had been 100-1 in the market just four games ago but a 5-0 defeat at Manchester City, frustrating home draws with Sevilla and Burnley, and Tuesday's League Cup exit at the hands of Leicester have seen his odds tumble.

Betway make Klopp 13-2 to leave Liverpool before the end of 2017 while he is 11-2 with Hills to go by the end of the season.

The Reds are 25-1 to win the Premier League this season and a general even-money to finish in the top four. Betway go 19-4 that they win a major trophy in 2017-18.

England women's manager Mark Sampson is set to leave his role after reports of fresh misconduct allegations.

Hills are betting on Sampson's successor and Brent Hills is 2-1 favourite, followed by England Under-19 coach Mo Marley at 3-1 and John Herdman at 4-1.

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Swansea v Man Utd

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  • Man Utd have scored in all bar one game this season
Expert verdict
Jose Mourinho has a soft spot for the League Cup and is likely to approach it in cautious fashion as he looks to progress to the quarter-finals. United have kept clean sheets in five of their last nine games, while Swansea have failed to score in five of nine matches against top-flight teams.

 

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