Roy Hodgson is the favourite manager to leave next, with Lampard and Rangnick also under pressure

Burnley’s Sean Dyche was the latest Premier League boss to be shown the exit, but he may not be the last to lose his job this season.

So far in the 2021/22 season, 10 Premier League bosses have departed, whether that be by choice or by sacking.

Burnley were the latest to relieve their manager of his duties, with Sean Dyche's 10-year spell with the Clarets brought to an end earlier this month.

But with the business end of the season now here, and clubs fighting for crucial points and positions, the 50-year-old may not be the last to lose his job, with five managers at decent odds of leaving before the end of the season.

Roy Hodgson

Roy Hodgson, Watford

All in all, no manager to leave before the end of the season is still odds on at 1/2 but that was also the case when Burnley handed Dyche his P45.

Roy Hodgson is the next favourite at 9/4, with the Watford boss struggling to have the desired impact since his appointment back in January.

Under Hodgson's command, Watford are now 19th in the table, and with just six games remaining in their season, it's unlikely he'll close the six-point gap to safety.

With that said, the Hornets aren't known to be patient with their managers, and if the hierarchy at the club want a new man in charge to lead the team next season, Hodgson could make way before the end of the season.

Frank Lampard

Frank Lampard Everton manager

Lampard's appointment at Goodison Park was met with a lot of optimism from the Everton faithful, although that's just as likely due to fans seeing the back of Rafa Benitez.

However, while Lampard has kept the Toffees floating above the drop, he's been far from convincing so far, and is now 10/1 to leave next.

Three wins in 12 games has kept them above relegation rivals Burnley and Watford, but Everton still look toothless under the former England star, and their talented squad still seems to lack confidence and cohesion.

With the ambitious Everton board wanting the club to challenge in the top half of the table, Lampard is under a lot of pressure to get his side clicking.

If a suitable replacement becomes available, it's not too hard to imagine Everton sacking Lampard and spending big on a proven winner - they've done it before.

Ralf Rangnick

Ralf Rangnick Man Utd Mar22

With Erik Ten Hag's arrival at Old Trafford now looking inevitable, Rangnick doesn't seem to have any authority at Manchester United.

Brought in to steady the ship following Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's sacking, Rangnick has failed to improve on what the Norwegian manager was achieving with a star-studded squad, with a 4-0 drubbing to Liverpool their latest failure.

So with it now all-but confirmed that Rangnick won't be in charge next season, his odds of leaving before the end of this one have tumbled to 8/1.

He's set to take up a job as a consultant for the following two years, and if United are eager to hurry that process up, Rangnick could be shown the exit sooner than we think.

Dean Smith

Dean Smith, manager of Norwich City

After taking over in November, Smith has had five months to try and drag Norwich out of the relegation zone.

Frankly, he's not managed to shift them from the bottom of the league, and the Canaries look nailed on to be playing in the Championship next season.

Their start under Smith looked impressive, but they've since slumped under the 51-year-old, and a poor end to the season could be the final nail in the coffin.

Similarly to Roy Hodgson, if Norwich don't see Smith as the ideal candidate to take the club back up next season, there's no reason for them to stick about with him in charge.

Sitting at 16/1 as the next manager to leave, there's every chance that Norwich could give a new boss a few games in charge to introduce themselves to the squad.

Brendan Rodgers

Brendan Rodgers is among the managers under pressure this season

After challenging for the top four over the last few years, there's no denying that Leicester have endured a disappointing season this time around.

The Foxes currently sit ninth and are a whopping 16 points off Champions League qualification.

So while Rodgers may have won Leicester the FA Cup last season, his hard work has unravelled already, and there's no doubt the Northern Irishman is facing pressure over his job.

With Leicester another club whose ambition wants them to challenge the 'big six', a poor end to the campaign could drop the side into the bottom half, and Rodgers could pay the price for a frustratingly poor season - he's currently 20/1 to be the next manager to leave.

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