ROY HODGSON has been cut from 8-1 to 5-1 third favourite by William Hill to be the next Premier League manager to leave his club.

And he is just 11-10 to have left Liverpool before the start of next season and 6-5 to go before the end of this season following yesterday's disastrous 2-1 home defeat to Blackpool.

Hodgson is even shorter with Ladbrokes who make him 7-2 behind 5-2 Avram Grant and 3-1 Roberto Martinez.

Hills make Fernando Torres odds on at 8-11 to be gone by the start of the next campaign and Steven Gerrard just 5-4 to leave the crisis-hit club by then.

Chelsea are now 8-13 favourites with William Hill to win the Premier League title after beating Arsenal yesterday. Next it's 10-3 Man Utd, 15-2 Man City and 9-1 Arsenal.

Despite their third away win of the season Blackpool are 8-15 with Hills to be relegated, 11-8 to stay up and 6-4 to finish bottom.

Yesterday's super single landed with Didier Drogba scoring first at 7-2 and the Ivory Coast hitman is now 7-4 favourite with Hills ahead of 5-1 Carlos Tevez to be the EPL's top scorer.

Adam Johnson, who netted Man City's winner against Newcastle, is 1-4 with Hills to start for England against Montenegro and 11-4 not to. Johnson is 5-2 to score if he starts.


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