AVRAM GRANT is hot favourite for the sack race after reportedly being given an ultimatum by West Ham owners.
It seems the Israeli will be booted if he fails to win at least one of his next three games.
But a stay of execution is likely to be temporary with the Hammers looking relegation certs as it stands.
William Hill yesterday cut Grant from 4-6 to 4-9 to be next EPL boss to leave his job and also offer 4-1 Liverpool's Roy Hodgson, 7-1 Chelsea's Carlo Ancelotti, 8-1 Wolves' Mick McCarthy and Man City's Roberto Mancini.
Sam Allardyce was backed at odds of as big as 40-1 before being sacked by Blackburn on Monday.
Caretaker boss Steve Kean has apparently impressed the club's new Indian owners and Coral have cut him from 10-1 to 3-1 to land the job. Ex-Spurs and Ajax boss Martin Jol is 5-1 second favourites in front of former Celtic and Aston Villa gaffer Martin O’Neill. Argentina's World Cup boss Diego Maradona is 8-1 alongside Cardiff's Dave Jones while recently-axed Newcastle boss Chris Hughton is fancied by some at 16-1.