Will Mark Hughes really be the next manager to get the boot?
Queens Park Rangers' Mark Hughes is in big trouble. The R's currently prop up the table and are still searching for their first win of the season. Despite spending millions in the summer, Hughes is yet to convince the Rangers fans that he is the right man for the job.
The former Blackburn, Man City and Fulham boss identified the areas of the pitch that needed strengthening in the summer - but even Stevie Wonder could tell you what needed doing - and the chairman Tony Fernandes backed him to the hilt.
You can't argue with the quality of some of his signings either. Julio Cesar could have joined any club in the world, Ryan Nelson is a seasoned pro in the Premier League, Granero came here from Real Madrid, Ji-Sung Park was at Manchester United and Junior Holiett was a much sought after youngster.
However, for whatever reason, it just hasn't clicked yet at Loftus Road. Hughes has been given the customary vote of confidence by the board and he knows that Sunday's game against Everton could very well be his last.
The bookies have Hughes as strong favourite to be the first Premier League manager to lose his job. If you're quick you can still get odds of 6/5 at Paddy Power and William Hill.
But it's not just Hughes in trouble. Southampton's Nigel Adkins remains right in the mix, even though he has now picked up four points from his last three games and has the fans right on side. He is currently at 9/2 at Sky Bet.
Norwich City's Chris Hughton is another boss still looking for his first win of the season and Stan James are offering odds of 10/1 on the former Newcastle United and Birmingham City boss getting the axe.
Swansea's Michael Laudrup, who had a great start to the season but has now failed to win in four, is next at 12/1 at Ladbrokes followed by Liverpool's Brendan Rodgers at 25/1 at Paddy Power. There's no point in putting money on Rodgers though. Liverpool's hierarchy will give Rodgers plenty of time to implement his blueprint for the future.
After that everyone else appears reasonably safe. If you think no-one will be axed this season then you are quite simply mental! But if that's what floats your boat, here down to Stan James who are offering odds of 50/1.