Revealed: the Scottish Premiership manager the bookies think will be first to go

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New St Mirren boss Alan Stubbs will be the first Ladbrokes Premiership to leave his post say the bookies, with new Rangers manager Steven Gerrard third favourite.

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Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers and Motherwell boss Stephen Robinson are not expected to leave their post first. Picture: SNS/Ross Parker

Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers and Motherwell boss Stephen Robinson are not expected to leave their post first. Picture: SNS/Ross Parker

McBookie place the former Hibs boss as the favourite to leave or be sacked with odds of 5/2, ahead of Hamilton Academical boss Martin Canning who is priced at 4/1.

Somewhat surprisingly Gerrard and Livingston’s Kenny Miller are both below the favoured duo at 8/1, along with Dundee’s Neil McCann.

At the other end of the betting list are Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers and Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson at 20/1.

The bookies don’t suspect either Hearts’ Craig Levein or Hibs’ Neil Lennon will leave sharpish, pricing the pair at 14/1.

The odds of the first Ladbrokes Premiership manager to go (via McBookie):

Alan Stubbs - 5/2

Martin Canning - 4/1

Kenny Miller - 8/1

Steven Gerrard - 8/1

Neil Mccann - 8/1

Tommy Wright - 10/1

Derek McInnes - 10/1

Steve Clarke - 10/1

Craig Levein - 14/1

Neil Lennon - 14/1

Brendan Rodgers - 20/1

Stephen Robinson - 20/1

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