Aitor Karanka's departure at Middlesbrough wasn't really greeted with much surprise as the Spaniard became the latest manager to be sacked from a club threatened with relegation.
Fans thought Claudio Ranieri's sacking would be the last as Oddschecker punters backed No Manager To Leave but Karanka's dismissal means there is still plenty of time for another manager to get the sack.
All the action in the market has focused around the teams down the bottom and Watford are beginning to look vulnerable. Their 1-0 defeat to Crystal Palace, who failed to secure a single shot on target on Saturday despite the win thanks to a Troy Deeney own goal, has to be a worrying sign for Watford fans.
With a remaining fixture list that includes Sunderland, Swansea and Hull before the end of April, Watford boss Walter Mazzarri will be viewing them as must wins or his job could be on the line.
The Hornets are currently best price 16/1 to be relegated with BetStars and while they look safe for now if their current form, winless in four, continues then relegation will appear a likely scenario. With relegation looming it is well within reason that Mazzarri, who already appears to be struggling to inspire his side, will be the next to go. The 6/5 price on No Manager To Leave offers no value, but there is plenty to warrant getting on the 11/1 available with SkyBet on Mazzarri to be the next to go.