Chelsea manager Frank Lampard is currently the bookmakers’ top pick to be the following Premier League boss terminated from his work.
The enduring an onslaught Englishman saw his team tumble to a 2-0 defeat to title-chasing Leicester City on Tuesday night, with Wilfred Ndidi and James Maddison scoring the goals in a predominant success for the Foxes.
Frank Lampard’s charges have now lost five of their last eight matches in the top flight, and they are currently battling to make the top four subsequent to being tipped for Premier League brilliance prior in the season.
Presently, bookmakers Betfair have Frank Lampard down as the top choice to be the next boss to face the hatchet at chances of 8/11, with Newcastle United’s Steve Bruce not far behind at 15/8.
The Gunner’s new resurgence sees them sit only two points adrift of eighth-placed Chelsea after a horrid start to the season, but Mikel Arteta’s future is still in doubt at 14/1, while Wolverhampton Wanderers’ stressing form sees Nuno Espirito Santo in number five at 11/1.
Five points now separate Chelsea from fourth-placed Liverpool – who have a game in hand – while Leicester City rose to the highest point of the heap with Tuesday’s success on their own turf.