Leeds United boss Jesse Marsch has emerged as the bookmakers' latest favourite to be the next Premier League manager to leave his post.
Marsch has come under increasing pressure after his side extended their winless run in the Premier League to seven games with a 1-0 defeat at Nottingham Forest.
Brennan Johnson's first half volley won the game for the hosts, as Leeds find themselves separated by the relegation zone only on goal difference.
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The Whites have now collected just two wins from their last 17 league games, and Marsch has seen his odds slashed by Sky Bet from 6/1 to 5/2, in what is proving to be a very volatile market at this stage of the season.
Southampton manager Nathan Jones is the second-favourite at 3/1, while Gary O'Neil of AFC Bournemouth is narrowly behind him at 7/2.
Jones has lost five of his six Premier League games since his switch to St Mary's, with the Saints sat at the foot of the table and three points adrift of safety.
O'Neil has failed to win any of his six league games since he was handed the manager's job on a permanent basis during the World Cup break. The Cherries have plummeted into 19th place after losing five of their last six in the Premier League.
Elsewhere, West Ham's David Moyes still features high on the bookmakers' list at 11/2, while Graham Potter and Jurgen Klopp are available at 9/1 and 10/1 respectively.
Next Premier League manager to leave his post:
Jesse Marsch - 5/2
Nathan Jones 3/1
Gary O'Neil 7/2
David Moyes - 11/2
Graham Potter - 9/1
Jurgen Klopp - 10/1
All odds from Sky Bet and correct at time of writing*
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