Bookmakers have shown the favorite to take over from Stoke boss Nathan Jones that was under-pressure, together with Chris Hughton the early front runner.
Despite squeezing through in the cup a tide of bets are put with the taking more than on Hughton.
Elsewhere, it is Tony Pulis who’s bringing money for a return to the club, pitched as second favorite (17/2), who’s been accrued 17% of all stakes.
A number of former-Premier League supervisors are from the running after Pulis, with David Moyes (20/1), Sam Allardyce (20/1), Martin O’Neill (20/1), Carlos Carvahal (20/1) and Nigel Pearson (25/1).
The other Nigel, of this Adkins collection, comes in 25/1, followed by Aidy Boothroyd (25/1) along with Alan Pardew (25/1).
Stoke are more expensive at 1/6 to keep up this year despite their horrible start to their domestic campaign, signaling an 85.7% opportunity.
Oddschecker spokesperson Callum Wilson:” Chris Hughton’s tenure at Brighton did his reputation no harm at all, and it’s not surprising that a whole host of Championship clubs have been gearing up to get his services.
Would Hughton be able to lift this undoubtedly talented squad, although another former Seagulls guy, nathan Jones, has fought considering taking over in January?

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