David Moyes under more pressure
David Moyes has been cut to 16/1 to be the next Barclays Premier League manager to leave his job after Manchester United lost 2-1 to Swansea in the third round of the FA Cup.
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The Red Devils now have the Champions League and Capital One Cup as their only two realistic trophy targets and BetVictor offer 8/13 that they don't win any silverware (6/5 they do).
Paddy Power make Moyes 5/2 to not be in charge on the last day of the season (1/4 he is) and BetVictor go 1/12 that the Scot doesn't see out his six-year contract.
West Ham chief Sam Allardyce heads the next manager to go market at 2/5 after his side exited the FA Cup with a 5-0 defeat at Nottingham Forest.
William Hill have cut Allardyce to 7/4 to be gone before the end of January.
"West Ham are fighting on two fronts - to avoid the drop and to reach Wembley in the League Cup, but our punters think he is as good as gone," said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly.
BetVictor, who are already betting on the next West Ham manager, reported money for Harry Redknapp to return to the job. The current QPR boss was subsequently cut from evens to 1/3. Stan James are the only other firm quoting prices and make Redknapp a 2/5 favourite.
In the FA Cup outright betting, Manchester City remain favourites despite drawing with Blackburn.
The 2011 winners, who were held to a 1-1 draw at Ewood Park on Saturday, are 9/2 shots with William Hill to lift the trophy at Wembley on May 17.
If they come through the replay, City will be at home to either Bristol City or Watford in round four.
Chelsea were trimmed to 5/1 by Ladbrokes and William Hill after successfully negotiating a tricky trip to in-form Championship side Derby. The Blues won 2-0 on Sunday to set up a home clash with Stoke.
Betting Zone's 8/1 picks Liverpool were also cut after seeing off Oldham 2-0 and gaining revenge for last season's fourth-round defeat. They can now be backed at a best of 11/2 ahead of a trip to either Bournemouth or Burton.
Arsenal were the weekend's big winners in terms of the market. Their odds were slashed into 9/2 generally and 5/1 with William Hill after they put out north London rival Spurs, winning 2-0 on Saturday night. They now play host to Coventry.
Everton are rated 'best of the rest' at 9/1 after their 4-0 demolition of Championship high-fliers QPR. Roberto Martinez, who won the trophy with Wigan last season, will now take his side to Stevenage in the next round.
Our 100/1 long shots Hull are into 50/1 having won at Middlesbrough and been drawn away to Southend in the last 32.
Meanwhile, holders Wigan, who drew 2-2 with MK Dons on Saturday, are 250/1 for a repeat success. They will play host to Premier League strugglers Crystal Palace if they overcome the Dons in the replay.
Full FA Cup fourth-round draw:
Sunderland v Kidderminster/Peterborough
Bolton v Cardiff
Southampton v Yeovil
Huddersfield v Charlton/Oxford
Port Vale/Plymouth v Brighton
Nottingham Forest v Ipswich/Preston
Southend v Hull
Rochdale v Macclesfield/Sheffield Wednesday
Arsenal v Coventry
Stevenage v Everton
Wigan/MK Dons v Crystal Palace
Chelsea v Stoke
Blackburn/Manchester City v Bristol City/Watford
Bournemouth/Burton v Liverpool
Birmingham/Bristol Rovers/Crawley v Swansea
Sheffield United v Norwich/Fulham
- Ties to be played the weekend of January 26-27.