Who’s Going To Be The First 2022-23 Premier League Manager Sacked? Betting Tips & Predictions

Several Premier League managers are under considerable pressure just two weeks into the new season, with Ralph Hasenhuttl as the betting favourite to be the first to lose his job.

Premier League clubs will often change manager after only a handful of matches. Sometimes it can be down to a particularly disappointing start. On other occasions, a poor end to the previous campaign is a decisive factor. 

We’ve taken an early look at the first Premier League manager to be sacked market. 

Ralph Hasenhuttl To Be Next Manager Sacked

5/2 (BetVictor)

Ralph Hasenhuttl needed a big performance from his side against Leeds after they were outclassed by Tottenham to start the season. The Saints delivered just that in the second half, scoring two late goals to snatch a draw from the jaws of defeat.

Hasenhuttl is still the favourite to be the first manager to leave his post, however. Partly, this is down to Southampton finishing last season poorly, with only Watford and Norwich amassing fewer points in 2022. New ownership is a factor here, too. 

Southampton are relegation candidates, but there’s no doubting Hasenhuttl’s ability as a manager. This price doesn’t represent any value. 

Erik ten Hag To Be Next Manager Sacked 

4/1 (888Sport)

Erik ten Hag is the first Manchester United manager since the 1920s to lose his first two league matches in charge. These were not any ordinary defeats either, with the Red Devils falling to Brighton at Old Trafford and taking a 4-0 hammering at Brentford. 

It’s Liverpool up next. A heavy defeat to their bitter rivals will see serious questions asked about Ten Hag’s future. 

Still, it would take a prolonged losing streak for United to even consider sacking him any time soon. 

Frank Lampard To Be Next Manager Sacked 

5/1 (BetVictor)

Frank Lampard might have dragged Everton to safety last season, but he’s far from secure in his position at Goodison Park. The Toffees have lost their first two, and this squad is desperately short on quality. 

Nottingham Forest, Brentford and Leeds are the next three for Lampard’s team. If they take fewer than five points from those matches, he could be in real trouble even before the start of September. They begin next month with a Merseyside derby before facing Arsenal and West Ham. 

Lampard looks a decent wager at 5/1. 

Brendan Rodgers To Be Next Manager Sacked

15/2 (Paddy Power)

Leicester coughed up a two-goal lead to Brentford on matchday one and conceded four to Arsenal last weekend. The club are yet to bring in a first-team player during this transfer window, and there’s a sense that Brendan Rodgers’ time at the club could be coming to an end. 

This is still a talented Foxes squad, though, and Rodgers is not dealing with unreasonable expectations. A top-eight finish would be a satisfactory season, giving the former Liverpool manager some margin for error in the opening weeks. 

Next weekend’s match with Southampton is a big one ahead of a clash with Chelsea, but Rodgers should be safe for a while yet.

This price is far too short to be worth a bet at the moment. 

All odds are subject to change

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