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Lampard the Obvious Choice in Sack Race Betting

A look at Chelsea Lampard's odds in the Premier League Sack Race betting market as do Everton odds for relegation out of the Premier League.


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Everton fans would have been desperate for their team to gain a morale boosting victory ahead of the World Cup break. Instead, a weak performance in a 3-0 away defeat to Bournemouth leaves the Toffees hovering perilously above the relegation zone.

After a long and distinguished playing career, Everton manager Frank Lampard was seen as one of the most promising young coaches in the game. After a brief tenure at Goodison Park, he’s most likely to be relieved of his duties in the near future.

Sack Race Update

Following that loss at Bournemouth, Frank Lampard is now the red hot favourite to be the next Premier League manager to leave his post. According to odds supplied by online sports betting, known as พนันกีฬาออนไลน์ by companies in Thailand, the Everton manager leads the way from West Ham’s David Moyes and Steve Cooper of Nottingham Forest.

The figures are supplied by sportsbooks affiliated with Asiabet and, while they originate from Thailand, they are repeated all over the world. The Premier League has a huge following in Thailand, and Asia as a whole. They will be constantly updated and the markets will be reset as soon as any manager departs.

With accompanying blog posts and breaking news stories, it’s also possible to use that information to make an informed decision. Anyone wishing to get involved can sign up using the links. Betting sites listed at Asiabet may originate from Thailand but they are accessible across the world and are open to new players.

Upon receipt of a completed registration form, verification will take place and the account is then open. Customers can usually access a generous welcome promotion while a range of funding providers can assist with opening deposits.

Those that choose to play regularly can enjoy other advantages. Ongoing promotions are likely to be published while bookmakers are almost certain to have live betting and a mobile app.

It’s a perfect partner for those ‘Sack Race’ markets, but is Frank Lampard really the obvious choice?

Can Frank Lampard Turn the Toffees Around?

One possible option for Everton is to keep Frank Lampard and back the existing manager in the January transfer window. This is traditionally a time for struggling sides to boost their squads due to the arrival of new players.

The problem with this theory concerns the manager’s track record in previous windows. In January of 2022, Everton signed Dele Alli after the midfielder had endured a difficult two years at Tottenham.

The fee for Dele has the potential to reach £40 million, but his displays at Goodison Park have been so underwhelming that he’s since been shipped out on loan to Besiktas. After such an expensive mistake, would the club’s owners trust their manager with another big transfer chest?

When, not if?

The only possible issue with Frank Lampard in terms of sack race betting could involve the claims of other managers. After two poor seasons in charge, both of which featured prolonged relegation battles, it may be a case of when, and not if he leaves Everton.

Behind Lampard in the markets, his closest challengers are David Moyes and Steve Cooper. Moyes’ West Ham United have responded to an extent after a slow start while Cooper’s Nottingham Forest are slowly climbing the table. Steve Cooper has also recently signed a new contract at the City Ground and seems unlikely to leave anytime soon.

It’s possible for an outside bet to get involved with the scrap. Liverpool have been disappointing at the start of the season and there have been isolated rumours suggesting that Jurgen Klopp was ready to be moved on.

It’s also worth remembering that a manager doesn’t have to be sacked. They can leave of their own volition and that might just bring Tottenham’s Antonio Conte into the mix. Conte has been linked with a return to Juventus and those stories are gaining momentum as Spurs struggle to stay competitive.

There are other contenders, but all signs seem to point to Everton and Frank Lampard. It could even be argued that the club haven’t acted in the wake of the Bournemouth defeat, purely because they don’t want to disrupt any Everton players heading for the World Cup.

It’s an interesting theory and it’s one that is likely to be tested when the Premier League resumes on December 26th.




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