1. Mark Hughes odds and Stoke bets cut for sack race and Premier League relegation

    Mark Hughes 11/4 in sack race as Stoke struggle

    Potters boss under pressure, but brushes growing speculation aside after Stoke smashed by Spurs.

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  2. West Brom odds and Everton relegation bets eased after the teams appoint Alan Pardew (left) and Sam Allardyce respectively

    Baggies and Everton backed to avoid relegation after changing coaches

    West Brom and Toffees not reckoned in danger as Pardew and Big Sam arrive at respective teams.

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  3. Salah transfer

    Salah destined to leave Liverpool for La Liga?

    Could Salah head to Spain this summer?

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  4. West Ham relegation odds after David Moyes appointment

    West Ham 5/2 to be relegated under David Moyes

    Scot has plenty to prove after joining Hammers until end of the season.

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  5. Sean Dyche next club options for the Burnley boss include Everton as front-runners

    Sean Dyche stock high, so could he leave Burnley for these 3 PL teams?

    Could Burnley boss be on his way from Turf Moor soon?

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  6. Chelsea v Watford odds suggest the visiting Hornets may get something under Marco Silva

    Watford worth backing to sustain strong start under Silva

    Hornets have gone under the radar, but don't let them surprise you in Premier League betting!

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  7. Liverpool v Man Utd stats

    What do 5 key Liverpool v Man Utd stats suggest about Saturday showdown?

    What do statistics say about Northwest rivals?

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  8. Carlo Ancelotti odds

    What next for Carlo Ancelotti?

    Could Italian coach make Premier League return?

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  9. Free agent strikers for Crystal Palace after Benteke injury

    5 free agent strikers for Crystal Palace after Benteke injury

    Eagles short on striking options with Benteke joining Wickham on sidelines.

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  10. Back Rooney to strike on Super Sunday in our Premier League tips for October 20-22.

    Six active stars who played for both Man Utd and Everton as Rooney faces former club

    Played for both Man Utd and Everton.

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