There was more misery for Everton this weekend as they lost 1-0 at Watford.
It wasn’t the happiest of returns for Marco Silva as his Everton side lost 1-0 at his old side Watford to deepen the misery at Goodison Park.
That’s in from 9/4 earlier this morning and puts him top of the market, above Leicester boss Claude Puel who has drifted out from 6/4 to 2/1.
Another big mover today was Claudio Ranieri, whose Fulham side got comprehensively beaten 3-0 by Man Utd at Craven Cottage. He is now 9/1, after starting the morning at 20s.
But it’s Silva who is attracting the money. Since the full-time whistle blew on the 3pm kick-offs, 77% of bets have come in for the 41-year-old, who took over last June and has won 11 of his 30 games in charge so far.
Everton’s next two games are Cardiff away and Liverpool at home. If those go badly, it could well be the end for a man who has had three Premier League managerial jobs already in his fledgeling career.
Oddschecker spokesman George Elek: “Everton may not wait until the end of the season to pull the trigger if results continue to deteriorate. The Blue half of Merseyside have gone nine years without a derby win; another bad performance could seal his fate.”