Punters pile in on Levein exit
Punters expect under-fire Scotland boss Craig Levein to be out of a job before the team play their next competitive fixture.
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Levein's side are rooted to the foot of World Cup European Qualifying Group A after their 2-0 defeat by Belgium on Tuesday night.
The result leaves the Scots with only two points from a possible 12 and with virtually no chance of reaching the finals in Brazil.
And with pressure mounting on Levein, Sky Bet punters don't expect him to be in charge for Scotland's friendly against Luxembourg on November 14.
Sky Bet's Head of Football Trading Alexander Di Michele said: "Levein looks to be on borrowed time. Scotland's chances of qualification are in tatters and the pressure is mounting for him to go.
"Punters have snapped up the 11/10 and are backing him at Evens to be out before the Luxembourg match, it looks like the writing is on the wall."
Gordon Strachan has already been installed as Sky Bet's 2/1 favourite to replace Levein in the Scotland hot-seat.
Other candidates include Walter Smith, Alex McLeish and Owen Coyle.