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Sam Allardyce 11/4 to be out by Sunday

British bookmakers have cut their odds about Sam Allardyce failing to see out the season as Newcastle boss.

 William Hill have cut their odds about Sam Allardyce FAILING to see out the season as Newcastle boss from 5/6 to 8/11, and also now make him 13/8 favourite to be the NEXT Prem boss of the season to depart. He is 11/4 to be gone before Sunday. Allardyce is also 7/1 favourite with Hills to be the FIRST Premiership manager of the season to be dismissed from the dugout. "There is no doubt that Sam is feeling the heat and needs his players to bail him out sooner rather than later," said Hill's spokesman Graham Sharpe.

First Premiership boss of 2008 to see red: 7 Allardyce; 8 Wenger; 9 Keane; 11 Hughes; Moyes; 12 Bruce; Jewell; 14 Ferguson; Southgate; O'Neill; 16 McLeish; Megson; Redknapp; 20 Curbishley; Benitez; 25 Next Fulham boss; 33 Grant; 40 Coppell; Ramos; 50 Sven. 10/1 NONE AT ALL to be dismissed. With Sol Campbell, Harry Redknapp and Arsene Wenger all compaining about their treatment by fans, William Hill are offering odd about whether any of the three will be dismissed for using foul and abusive language during 2008 and offer 6/1 that Campbell will be the first of the three to suffer that way; 6/1 that Wenger will be first; 8/1 that it will be Redknapp - and 1/ 4 that all three manage to avoid such a fate.

 With Arsenal dropping two points at Portsmouth, William Hill now make Manchester United 4/7 favourites to win the Premiership title with the Gunners now 5/2 second favourites, Chelsea 8/1; Liverpool 12/1 and both Everton and Man City 250/1 shots. William Hill make Manchester City 12/1 to remain undefeated at home in the Premier League all this season - and have them as 9/4 favourites to finish top of the 'Without The Big 4' market in which they also offer 5/2 Everton; 5/1 Villa; 6/1 Portsmouth; 7/1 Blackburn; 9/1 Spurs.

 Published on 12/29/2007

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