SHAMROCK ROVERS remain in Europe – Celtic and Rangers are out.
That sums up the sorry state of Scottish football with no clubs in Europe beyond August.
McBookie.com have reacted to the results by slashing Celtic's Neil Lennon from 25-1 to 8-1 to be the first SPL boss to lose his job.
Sunday’s home defeat to St Johnstone followed by Thursday's Europa League exit in Sion has put the Hoops boss under early-season pressure.
Before a ball was kicked this season he had looked one of the safer SPL bosses in his post.
McBookie.com spokesman Paul Petrie said: “Lennon couldn’t have had a worse five days and defeat away to St Mirren on Sunday would pile more pressure on the Parkhead boss.”
Rangers manager Ally McCoist has also been cut, from 9-1 to 6-1, after his side crashed out after being held at home by Maribor.
Petrie added, “McCoist is also under pressure and it could be a case of which Old Firm boss leaves first.”
McBookie.com SPL sack race: 7-4 Colin Calderwood, 5-1 Terry Butcher, 6-1 Ally McCoist, 8-1 Kenny Shiels, 8-1 Neil Lennon, 9-1 Danny Lennon, 10-1 Paulo Sergio, 12-1 Craig Brown, 12-1 Derek McInnes, 16-1 Jim McIntyre, 25-1 Peter Houston, 25-1 Stuart McCall.
William Hill make the three bosses to suffer Euro agony among the favourites to be leave their clubs.
Hibs' Calderwood remains 11-4 favourite and McCoist is 11-2 from 10-1 with Lennon 7-1 joint fourth favourite from 16-1, making him the same price as Hearts' Paulo Sergio.
Spokesman Graham Sharpe said: “All three bosses have increased the pressure on themselves.”
William Hill SPL sack race: 11-4 Calderwood, 3-1 Butcher, 11-2 McCoist, 7-1 N Lennon, Sergio, 14-1 Brown, 16-1 McInnes, 20-1 D Lennon, Houston, Shiels, 33-1 McCall, 40-1 McIntyre, 20-1 none.