David Moyes under pressure
Coral offer 9/4 that David Moyes is not Manchester United manager at the start of next season following the 2-1 defeat to Tottenham on New Year's Day.
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The Red Devils slumped to their fourth home defeat on the season to start 2014 off in miserable fashion and are now 1/2 with Coral to miss out on a place in the Premier League top-four.
Moyes' men are 33/1 with Ladbrokes and Paddy Power in the title betting after the latest round of top-flight matches, behind favourites Manchester City (11/10, Boylesports), Chelsea (7/2, general), leaders Arsenal (9/2, general) and Liverpool (8/1, general).
"With Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool all looking very solid at the top of the league table, Manchester United may have to settle for a Europa League spot next season," said Coral's Tim Reynolds.
"United have a very busy period ahead of them and with a league fixture away to Chelsea before the end of January, it's not looking good for David Moyes and his side."
Tottenham have been cut to 3/1 to finish in the Champions League qualification places after victory at Old Trafford with Everton out to 5/1 with Ladbrokes after drawing 1-1 with Stoke. United meanwhile are out to 17/10 with Ladbrokes.
West Ham can be backed at 7/4 to go down with BetVictor after they lost 2-1 at Fulham, who are now 2/1 with bet365, BetVictor and William Hill.
Sunderland are into 4/6 after they lost 1-0 at home to Aston Villa, who are now out to 11/1 with Ladbrokes, while Crystal Palace's draw with Norwich saw those sides trimmed to 8/13 and 3/1 respectively.
Cardiff are 13/8 with bet365 having played well in defeat at Arsenal.
Starting 2014 with a defeat sees West Ham chief Sam Allardyce as the 1/2 favourite in BetVictor's next Premier League manager to leave market, with Sky Bet and Paddy Power only marginally bigger at 4/7.
Norwich boss Chris Hughton is next at 13/2.