HARRY REDKNAPP could be waiting in the wings to take over at QPR according to Ladbrokes.

The bookies make Redknapp odds on to be the next QPR manager at 4-7 after the London side's 3-1 home defeat to Southampton.

Before kick=off odds of 10-1 were offered about QPR losing and Hughes leaving his post before midnight on Sunday.

Despite taking all three points Southampton remain the shortest-priced team for relegation at 8-15 leaving QPR in at 4-5 (from 11-8).

Reading, who beat Everton, complete the trio of odds-on sides at 4-6.

At the other end of the table West Brom are 22-1 to finish in the top four this season having been 150-1 in the summer.

Ladbrokes spokesman Alex Donohue said: “As Hughes teeters on the brink punters are already backing Redknapp to take over. Southampton remain relegation favourites despite their victory as QPR go odds-on for the drop for the first time.”

Hughes is 2-5 with Ladbrokes to win the sack race while Saint's Nigel Adkins is 4-5.

  1. Danny 12 years ago

    if sunderland lose sunday will oneil be added into the sack race ellis short praised him for climbing the table last season out of danger so far away d4 L2 w0 more alarming for the yank home w1 d2 L1 started a fresh season and very poor for a man that had villa on the brink of ucl football once upon a time

  2. anton 12 years ago

    Tip hip dip do da ma bro bird here we go again. C’mon u Norwich

  3. Craig alves 12 years ago

    sunderland will be TOP 7 nextb season!!!

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