ROY HODGSON is now evens with William Hill still to be Liverpool manager on the first day of next season and 8-11 not to be.
A 1-0 home defeat to Wolves last night is as bad as it gets and Hodgson faces a tough task winning the fans over.
Hodgson is 11-4 second favourite to be the next Premier League manager to leave his club behind West Ham's Avram Grant at 9-4.
It certainly looks between those two and Aston Villa's suffering Gerard Houllier who is 4-1 in front of 9-2 Mark Hughes, 6-1 Mick McCarthy and Carlo Ancelotti.
Chelsea have been cut from 7-2 to 3-1 by William Hill to win the Premier League title after beating Bolton 1-0.
Hills make Manchester United 11-10 favourites with Arsenal, held 2-2 at Wigan 4-1, Man City 7-1 and Spurs 25-1.
Wolves are 8-13 to go down (6-5 to stay up) after their shock win at Anfield with West Ham
8-11 (1-1 to stay up). It's 11-10 Wigan, 9-4 Fulham, 10-3 Birmimgham, 7-2 West Brom and Blackpool and 9-2 Aston Villa.
William Hill are going 10-3 on a compulsory Premier League winter-break of two weeks or more being introduced before the end of the 2013-14 season and 1-5 that no such break will be implemented.