Newcastle can be found to again at simply 1.84/5 to be enjoying Championship soccer subsequent season after they had been soundly crushed 3-0 by relegation rivals Brighton at the Amex Stadium on Saturday evening.
Steve Bruce’s males went into the sport buoyed by Fulham’s 1-2 residence defeat to Leeds 24 hours earlier, realizing that regardless of the final result on the south coast the Magpies can be out of the drop zone for one other two weeks at least.
But Newcastle had been by no means at the races, mustering only a single shot on the right track all recreation as objectives from Leandro Trossard, Danny Welbeck and Neal Maupay condemned the north east outfit to their fifteenth league defeat of the seson.
Bruce’s males have received simply two of their final 20 video games in all competitions.
The defeat leaves Newcastle seventeenth within the desk, two factors forward of Fulham with a recreation in hand, nevertheless it’s the Magpies that the Betfair layers consider will go down, buying and selling at simply 1.84/5 in the Relegation market forward of the Cottagers at 2.47/5.
Brighton, who moved six factors away from the drop zone, will be backed at 23.022/1 with Burnley subsequent in at 24.023/1.
Bruce odds-on to be subsequent PL supervisor to depart
After the sport Bruce was instantly reduce to eight/11 odds-on favorite within the Next Premier League Manager to Leave market, with many punters believing that the worldwide break gives Newcastle proprietor Mike Ashley his final probability to vary the membership’s fortunes.
Following the defeat Bruce took full accountability, admitting, “We were nowhere near the levels we need to be. That’s a concern.”
On Friday Bruce reiterated that he would by no means stroll away from the problem of holding Newcastle within the Premier League, however he admitted that he had “not been god enough” over the previous couple of months.
Should, or at any time when, Bruce departs the St James’ Park scorching seat it is his coach Graeme Jones who’s favorite to change into the Next Permanent Newcastle Manager, accessible to again at 6/5, simply forward of the final to flight boss to depart his position, Chris Wilder, at 2/1.
Elsewhere on Saturday Southampton and Manchester City progressed by way of to the semi-finals of the FA Cup with 3-0 and 2-0 away wins over Bournemouth and Everton respectively.
The Citizens at the moment are odds-on favourites at 1.9520/21 to win the FA Cup, forward of Chelsea 4.77/2 and Manchester United 6.411/2, who each play on Sunday. Southampton will be backed at 19.018/1.
– Steve Bruce 8/11
– No Manager To Leave 3/1
– Jose Mourinho 5/1
– Sam Allardyce 6/1
– BAR 14/1
– Graeme Jones 6/5
– Chris Wilder 2/1
– Rafa Benitez 9/2
– Eddie Howe 6/1
– Mark Hughes 7/1
– Frank Lampard 17/2
– Roberto Martinez 10/1
– BAR 10/1