The Chelsea man was a steady 33/1 before the Liverpool match but has been cut to 16/1 during the game and has come right into 10/1 with Liverpool’s late winner.
Chelsea have also gone out to 2/9, from a almost certain 1/16, to finish in the top four. Liverpool are 40/1 to win the league on the back of today’s win.
Alex Donohue of Ladbrokes said: “There was steady business for AVB to be the next out throughout the game. Punters continued to back him to go despite us cutting the price and he’s now emerged as a worthy runner in the dreaded sack race.”
He added: “Some now feel Chelsea’s top four credentials are in doubt now never mind title chances. Those who took the short price about a European spot at the start of the season will be sweating.”Ladbrokes latest betting
Next Premier League manager to leave
Steve Kean – 4/7
Steve Bruce – 9/4
Roberto Martinez – 11/4
Owen Coyle – 6/1
Mick McCarthy – 8/1
Andre Villas-Boas – 10/1 (from 33/1)