Former Watford boss Javi Gracia was sacked just four games in to the Premier League season.

The Premier League sack race: Which manager is the new favourite to get the boot?

A new contender has been promoted to the front of the Premier League sack race for the first time this season.

Bookmakers have reacted to recent movements in the market, with punters placing bets on who will be the next manager out of the door. The new front-runner, according to odds compiled by OddsMonkey, is now the 10th manager since the market opened in July, to be listed as favourite. Here are the odds for every Premier League manager, including Burnley's Sean Dyche.

The Sheffield United boss is doing a spectacular job at Bramall Lane. The Blades have won a third of their fixtures in the top flight so far and sit fifth in the table.

5. Chris Wilder 50/1

The Sheffield United boss is doing a spectacular job at Bramall Lane. The Blades have won a third of their fixtures in the top flight so far and sit fifth in the table.
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Wolves were slow starters in the Premier League this season, but they're up and running now. The club are also on the cusp of qualifying for the Europa League knockout phase.

6. Nuno Espirito Santo 50/1

Wolves were slow starters in the Premier League this season, but they're up and running now. The club are also on the cusp of qualifying for the Europa League knockout phase.
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The AFC Bournemouth boss is the longest-standing manager in the Premier League at present and he won't be pushed from his post anytime soon. The Cherries are ninth, just a point behind fifth.

7. Eddie Howe 50/1

The AFC Bournemouth boss is the longest-standing manager in the Premier League at present and he won't be pushed from his post anytime soon. The Cherries are ninth, just a point behind fifth.
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Brighton's head honcho is quietly going about his business at the Amex Stadium. The Seagulls have lost just one game in six at home to date and thrashed Spurs last month.

8. Graham Potter 40/1

Brighton's head honcho is quietly going about his business at the Amex Stadium. The Seagulls have lost just one game in six at home to date and thrashed Spurs last month.
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