JOSE MOURINHO nonetheless leads the sack race regardless of Manchester United’s emotional comeback over Newcastle.
The Particular One stays because the favorite within the sack race and remains to be odds at four/6 regardless of the winless streak coming to an finish.
Mourinho and his Purple Devils ultimately silenced the critics after a nervy begin at Previous Trafford noticed the Toon take a 2-Zero lead.
However drastic tactical modifications and courageous substitutions impressed a second-half comeback, with Alexis Sanchez scoring the essential winner.
Studies urged Mourinho could be sacked whatever the outcome final weekend, however the Portuguese boss seems to have purchased himself extra time.
Betfair Spokesperson Katie Baylis stated: “United’s final gasp win over Newcastle on Saturday has seen Mourinho’s odds of being first PL supervisor sacked drift barely.
Betfair: Premier League sack race
Jose Mourinho four/6
Neil Warnock 7/1
Rafa Benitez 15/2
Mark Hughes 14/1
Claude Puel 16/1
Slavisa Jokanovic 17/1
Sean Dyche 20/1
Manuel Pellegrini 22/1
David Wagner 22/1
Roy Hodgson 33/1
“However he’s nonetheless the odds-on four/6 favorite on the Sack Race market and certainly glad for the worldwide break this weekend to regather considerably.
“Neil Warnock is now 7/1 to go first with Cardiff nonetheless and not using a win this season, whereas Rafa Benitez is simply behind at 15/2 with that loss at Previous Trafford certainly an enormous blow as Newcastle additionally seek for their first win of the season.”
It is no shock Warnock and Benitez are shut behind Mourinho contemplating Cardiff and Newcastle are each winless nonetheless within the league.
The one different group but to win a match within the high flight are Huddersfield, however David Wagner appears comparatively protected at 22/1.
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