Shakespeare's Foxes future in the balance
Craig Shakespeare has done a superb job since taking over as Leicester manager in February but he doesn't know if he will lead the Foxes into the 2017-18 Premier League season.
The 53-year-old will enter talks with the club's owners, King Power International Group, before a decision is made on whether Shakespeare gets to write another chapter in the story of his time with the Foxes.
It could be a tight call with Coral offering 8-11 that Shakespeare is the hotseat for the start of next term and evens that he isn't.
The future of West Ham manager Slaven Bilic looks slightly more secure after the Hammers won 2-1 at Burnley on Sunday and climbed to 11th in the final table.
Bilic is 8-13 with Coral to remain in charge next season and 5-4 to depart.
Newcastle are desperate to bolster their squad after promotion to the Premier League and have been linked with a move for Burnley striker Andre Gray.
Ladbrokes are betting on Gray's next club and make Newcastle evens favourites. Tottenham, widely reported as potential suitors, are 4-1 with West Ham 13-2.
John Terry is yet to decide on whether he will hang up his boots but he suggested after Chelsea's Premier League success that he may have a season or two left in him. If he does decide to carry on he may not be short of offers to extend his career in the Premier League.
Coral are betting on the 36-year-old's next club and make Bournemouth the 7-4 favourites with West Brom 4-1. Any Chinese club is a 9-2 chance and any MLS club 6-1.
Arsenal could be without three central defenders for Saturday's FA Cup final after reports that Shkodran Mustafi is a doubt due to concussion sustained during last Tuesday's 2-0 victory at home to Sunderland.
Laurent Koscielny is suspended and Gabriel sidelined after sustaining a knee injury on Sunday.
The Gunners are 19-10 to lift the trophy with the Blues 1-2 to complete a league and cup double.
Manchester United are 1-2 to become Europa League champions tomorrow, with Ajax 2-1. United are 5-6 to win within 90 minutes in Stockholm, with the Dutch club 4-1.