The dust around the Premier League 2019-20 season has finally down and right now we have a fair perspective as to which teams might finish where, by the end of May next year.
While Liverpool have lost only two points so far this season in the league, Norwich on the other hand, have managed to win just two of their first 12 matches.
And with all these ups and downs also comes the prospect of clubs sacking their managers in order to change their fate and prevent the side from being relegated from the Premier League.
Watford have already followed that route wherein they have parted ways with Javi Garcia in order to bring in Quique Sanchez Florez but their points tally haven’t had a significant bump even after that.
Right now a number of teams have been going through rough phases in the Premier League so we chose to look at the Top 3 managers who are likely to be sacked in the coming few weeks.
#3. Manuel Pellegrini:
West Ham United are 16th in the Premier League right now and they have failed to pick up a win in their last five league games.
The Hammers are five points off the relegation zone and if rumours are to be believed then the management has started thinking about parting ways with the South American.
The hierarchy also feels the manager has been without some of his best players but if their situation does not improve soon then surely the London outfit will not hesitate to show Manuel Pellegrini the door.
#2. Unai Emery:
Arsenal might be sixth on the Premier League table but they have been going through a really tough phase during the past couple of weeks.
They have been constantly dropping points against the lower clubs and last weekend’s loss to Leicester City was enough to set tongues wagging about the prospect of sacking Unai Emery.
While the management have chosen to stand by their manager but right now Unai Emery is the second most favourite manager to be sacked and multiple rumours claim that the club could get rid of him before the start of the new year.
#1. Ralph Hasenhuttl:
Southampton has picked up just eight points from their first 12 Premier League matches and the worst part is that they are really struggling to score goals.
So far the Saints have managed to net only 11 goals while conceding a staggering 29.
Next up, Southampton take on Arsenal and then they have a series of games against sides which are in the lower half of the table. So if the Saints can manage to pick up some points in these matches then there’s a chance that Hasenhuttl gets to keep his job.