Levein 13-8 for Scots exit by Luxembourg friendly
SCOTLAND'S 2-0 defeat in Belgium and now near-certain failure to qualify for Brazil 2014 has seen Ladbrokes chalk up 13-8 about Craig Levein no longer being manager by the time of next month's friendly in Luxembourg.
Levein is also 11-8 with Ladbrokes to have left his post by February's friendly against Estonia in Aberdeen.
Scotland's World Cup qualifying resumes in March when they host Wales and then travel to Serbia.
Belgium and Croatia top Group A with ten points from four games, Serbia and Macedonia have four points and Wales have three. Scotland are bottom with two.
Ladbrokes have also opened up a market on the next permanent Scotland manager. Gordon Strachan is 3-1 favourite with Owen Coyle at 10-1, Alex McLeish and Dougie Freedman at 12-1, Ally McCoist and Joe Jordan at 14-1 and Stuart McCall at 16-1. Others are available on request.
BetVictor now make Ian Holloway 6-4 favourite to be the next permanent Blackburn manager with Tim Sherwood at 3-1.
The firm have also drawn up a special on which of Blackburn, Bolton and Burnley appoint a new permanent boss first and go 7-4 each of the three Championship clubs.