The next English Premier League manager to leave odds have shifted again after matchday 13. Paul Heckingbottom's Sheffield United lost 3-1 at home to AFC Bournemouth, while Vincent Kompany's Burnley were defeated 2-1 at home by West Ham United.
Erik ten Hag is feeling less pressure at Manchester United following a 3-0 win at Everton, while Steve Cooper is now under the microscope after a 3-2 defeat at home to Brighton and Hove Albion.
Next English Premier League Manager to Leave – Latest odds
Paul Heckingbottom (13/10)
Heckingbottom remains the favourite to be the next English Premier League manager to leave after the Blades were sent back down to earth following a four-point haul from their previous two matches.
They went down 3-1 at home to relegation rivals Bournemouth, and are now four points from safety. With a crucial six-pointer at bottom-placed Burnley next Saturday, Heckingbottom cannot afford another costly slip-up.
Vincent Kompany (7/2)
Kompany's odds of being the next English Premier League manager to leave are shortening by each gameweek, and he is now the second-favourite to leave his post next.
Defeat to West Ham means that they have now lost six games on the bounce in the league and sit rock-bottom on just four points, despite Everton's recent 10-point deduction.
Sheffield United at home now looks like a must-win for the Clarets in gameweek 14, and a negative result could force the board to act on Kompany.
Erik ten Hag (5/1)
Ten Hag's odds have drifted somewhat after a positive run of form, capped off by a resounding 3-0 win at Everton on Sunday afternoon. Despite reports of unrest between the manager and some of his squad, notably Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane, and protests against the Glazers, United still sit in sixth place in the league, and only four points off of the top four.
The football has not been pretty at times on the pitch, but Ten Hag is still managing to churn out results, and the Red Devils are currently the most in-form team in the PL.
Steve Cooper (10/1)
Cooper has emerged as the fourth-favourite to be the next English Premier League manager to leave, after Forest lost 3-2 at home to Brighton having been ahead, making it three defeats in their last four league matches.
Recent reports suggest that Forest's owner Evangelos Marinakis is losing patience with Cooper, and he could pay the ultimate price if results do not improve, starting with a big game at home to Everton on Saturday evening.
Eddie Howe (14/1)
There have been some reports this month coming out that the Newcastle United board feel that Howe has taken them as far as he can, and that the ruthless Saudis may want a new manager at the helm.
It would be harsh on the Englishman, given the injury crisis he has had to deal with of late, coupled up with balancing the Prem with UEFA Champions League football. However, a monumental 4-1 victory at home to Chelsea on Saturday afternoon has meant that his odds have drifted out significantly.
Andoni Iraola (14/1)
Like Howe, Iraola's odds have drifted out after a positive turn of results, with Bournemouth's 3-1 win at Sheffield United their third in four league games. It looks as though the team are adapting to his style of play, and he himself has adapted to the PL.
The Cherries face a tricky test against fourth-placed Aston Villa on Sunday afternoon, but at home in front of their own fans, they will go into it with much more confidence.