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Sam Allardyce cut to 6/1 in the Premier League sack race

| 04.12.2013
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Coral have cut Sam Allardyce to 6/1 from 12/1 to be the next Premier League manager to go following West Ham’s 1-0 defeat away to Crystal Palace. The result means that the Hammers have now won only one of their last seven league games and sit just three points above the relegation zone.

It’s 9-4 for Allardyce not to last the season and 5-1 for West Ham to be relegated.

The win for Crystal Palace sees Palace relegate Sunderland to the bottom of the Premier League table, and means Palace move within three points of the safety zone. Coral quote 11-4 for Tony Pulis’ side to stay up this season and 1-4 they are relegated.

“Sam Allardyce was already under the spotlight before West Ham’s defeat to Crystal Palace so tonight’s result is only going to intensify things,” said Coral’s Tim Reynolds.

“The worry for Allardyce is that life isn’t going to get any easier with West Ham having to travel to Anfield on Saturday ,” added Reynolds.

**Premier League Relegation
1-4 Crystal Palace, 5-6 Sunderland, 6-4 Fulham, 11-4 Norwich, 5-2 Hull, 11-4 Cardiff, 5 West Ham, 5 Stoke,

**Premier League Stay Up
1-50 Aston Villa, 1-33 Newcastle, 1-9 Stoke, 1-9 West Ham, 1-4 Cardiff, 1-4 Norwich, 2-7 Hull, 5-6 Fulham, 5-6 Sunderland, 11-4 Crystal Palace

**Sam Allardyce to last the season)
1-3 Yes, 9-4 No
Note: To be West Ham manager at Full Time of final Premier League match)

**Next Manager To Go
6 Sam Allardyce

Go to www.coral.co.uk for a full list of prices.

ENDS

Further Information Contact
Tim Reynolds +447584578231
Tim.reynolds@galacoral.com

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Tim Reynolds

Tim joined Coral in July 2012, having previously worked for Sky Bet for 10 years across their marketing and PR department. Tim is based out of Gibraltar with Coral’s new interactive division and works across a range of different projects including, Coral’s sponsorship of the Premier League Darts. Tim’s main sports include football, darts and cricket and when not working, Tim can usually be found fishing along the Spanish coastline or sat in the sun writing about his number one passion.