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De Boer completes Premier League boss jigsaw – but who is favourite for sack?

Date Posted,June 26, 2017

Frank De Boer became Crystal Palace’s new boss on a three-year deal on Monday, meaning we now have a full set of managers ahead of the 2017/18 season.

Yet the bookmakers have installed him as the joint-third favourite to get the boot first.

West Ham manager Slaven Bilic is the early 5/2 front-runner to win the sack race.

“The odds are suggesting it’s Bilic who’ll be sent packing first,” said Alex Apati of Ladbrokes.

“We’ll be keeping a close eye on developments at West Ham in the early stages of next season.”

Frank de Boer has been appointed the new Crystal Palace manager

Of last season’s top-four, Jurgen Klopp, at 33/1, is the least likely to go first according to the bookies with Chelsea’s Antonio Conte priced at 20/1.

Jose Mourinho is deemed safe at Old Trafford at odds of 28/1 while Arsene Wenger, fresh from signing a two-year contract extension to stay at the Emirates, is 16/1 to lose his job first.

Here is the complete club-by-club list:

Arsenal – Arsene Wenger 16/1

Bournemouth – Eddie Howe 10/1

Brighton – Chris Hughton 9/1

Burnley – Sean Dyche 10/1

Chelsea – Antonio Conte 20/1

Crystal Palace – Frank de Boer 8/1

Everton – Ronald Koeman 20/1

Huddersfield – David Wagner 6/1

Leicester – Craig Shakespeare 10/1

Liverpool – Jurgen Klopp 33/1

Man City – Pep Guardiola 20/1

Man United – Jose Mourinho 28/1

Newcastle – Rafa Benitez 12/1

Southampton – Mauricio Pellegrino 12/1

Stoke – Mark Hughes 10/1

Swansea – Paul Clement 8/1

Tottenham – Mauricio Pochettino 25/1

Watford – Marco Silva 10/1

West Brom – Tony Pulis 16/1

West Ham – Slaven Bilic 5/2

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