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Mourinho odds-on to leave Man Utd before the end of the season

| 26.11.2018

Another poor result has piled pressure on the manager

Jose Mourinho could leave Manchester United sooner rather than later, according to our latest odds.

United’s 0-0 draw at home against Crystal Palace last weekend was the latest disappointing result this season. Mourinho is now 8/11 to go before the final league game of the campaign.

“Things had improved for Jose but another drab home draw has seen the critics come out once again. With United struggling to keep pace with the top four, we make him odds on to not be there for the final league game of the season,” said Coral’s Harry Aitkenhead.

The Red Devils are in seventh place, already seven points off the top four. League leaders Manchester City are way off in the distance, 14 points ahead of their rivals.

City are still unbeaten and now just 9/1 to go without defeat in the league for the rest of the season. Pep Guardiola’s side are also 66/1 to complete a historic treble.

“It’s a different story over at Manchester City this season compared to their neighbours and they’re now just 9/1 to complete the whole season without losing. They’re 11/8 and 4/1 respectively to beat their goals and points records and those odds show that history is once again in sight for Pep Guardiola’s men,” reckoned Aitkenhead.

Coral’s Premier League specials:

Jose Mourinho NOT to be in charge of Manchester United for the final game of the 2018/19 season – 8/11

Manchester United to finish outside the top six this season – 3/1

Manchester City to break their record of 106 goals in a season – 11/8

Manchester City to break their record of 100 points in a season – 4/1

Manchester City to go through the whole Premier League season unbeaten – 9/1

Manchester City to win the quadruple this season – 66/1

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All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing



Daniel Anwar

Daniel has written about sport for Coral, Squawka, FourFourTwo and the Premier League, among others.