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14.07.20

Chris Hughton has emerged as a strong contender to take the reins at Championship side Bristol City, the former Brighton & Hove Albion boss subjected to a flutter of bets on him being appointed at Ashton Gate. Indeed earlier this month, Plymouth Argyle manager Ryan Lowe was firm favourite at Evens to be appointed in the role, however his reign at the top of the betting market was brief and he was subsequently overtaken by Hughton.

Following the sacking of Lee Johnson, Hughton was an 8/1 punt for the job, however these odds had been slashed to as short as 6/4 by the end of the day. His position in the betting market has grown far stronger since then and a recent spate of bets has pushed his was down to 4/6, a solitary bookie going odds-against at 6/5 that he lands the position.

Indeed over the last seven days, a reported 51% of all bets have been aimed at Chris Hughton in this betting market, however in the past 24 hours or so this has increased to 72%.

Previous favourite Ryan Lowe has slipped down to second favourite in the betting at 5/1 while Steven Gerrard has been moving in the opposite direction, the Rangers boss having his odds on moving from Ibrox to Ashton Gate shortened from 12/1 to as low as 7/2 with some operators.

Michael Flynn is an 8/1 punt while Dean Holden and Aitor Karanka are 10/1 shots for the position. Mick McCarthy, Slavisa Jokanovic, John Terry, Chris Coleman and Gareth Ainsworth are 16/1 apiece.

 

Next Bristol City Next Manager Odds from BetVictor Bookmakers

 

4/6  –  Chris Hughton

5/1  –  Ryan Lowe

6/1  –  Steven Gerrard

8/1  –  Michael Flynn

10/1 –  Dean Holden

10/1 –  Aitor Karanka

16/1 –  Mick McCarthy

16/1 –  Slavisa Jokanovic

16/1 –  John Terry

16/1 –  Chris Coleman

16/1 –  Gareth Ainsworth