Sheffield Wednesday: Here's the latest bookies’ odds on the next Owls boss as ex-Stoke City manager leapfrogs Chris Hughton

Sheffield Wednesday have confirmed that Lee Bullen will be in charge for their first game of the season against Reading, but the race to become the new permanent boss is still very much alive.

Thursday, 1st August 2019, 10:52 am
Owls

Here’s Sky Bet’s latest odds on the next manager to take the reins at Hillsborough...

Odds: 25/1. A surprise second favourite for the role last weekened, the Wolves assistant manager's odds have continued to drift all week. (Photo by: David Rogers)
Odds: 25/1. His last position was at Nottingham Forest, where he picked up a pretty unimpressive 30% win rate in a one year stint. (Photo by: Alex Burstow)

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Odds: 25/1. The charismatic German took Barnsley up to the Championship at the first time of asking last season, and it's doubtful that he'll be leaving his club any time soon. (Photo by Nathan Stirk/Getty Images)
Odds: 25/1. The 40-year-old was recently sacked by Birmingham City, and spent a brief loan spell with the Owls as a player back in the early '00s. (Photo by Nathan Stirk/Getty Images)
Odds: 25/1. The Portuguese coach took Sporting to the UEFA Cup Final in 2005, and is looking for a new job after ending a second spell with the club last November. (Photo by Patricia De Melo Moreira/Getty)
Odds: 20/1. He won three trophies during a fine spell with Feyenoord, and he looks ready for a new challenge after leaving the club at the end of last season. (Photo credit: Niels Wendstedt/AFP/Getty Images)
Odds: 22/1. The 40-year-old led Lincoln to League One glory last season, and is a rising star in the football management game. (Photo by Alex Davidson/Getty Images)
Odds: 18/1. Pearson was the third favourite on Monday after a flurry of betting activity over the weekend, but he's now drifted far away from the leaders again. (Photo by Nathan Stirk/Getty Images)
Odds: 12/1. The former Wales boss had drifted considerably at the end of last week, but he appears to be right back in the running again. (Photo by Matthew Lewis/Getty Images)
Odds: 8/1. He's been in charge of the Owls' on an interim basis, and has made an excellent case for getting the job after a solid pre-season. (Photo by Pete Norton/Getty Images)
Odds: 5/2. Released by Brighton at the end of last season, he's was one of the fans' initial favourites to take the reins at Hillsborough. However, reports yesterday suggested he may have turned down the job. (Photo by Catherine Ivill/Getty Images)
Odds: 2/1. The Welshman's odds have shortened dramatically overnight, and it looks like he could be in with a chance of getting the job. (Photo by Michael Steele/Getty)
Odds: 6/4: The former Stoke City boss is favourite for the job again, for now...(Photo by George Wood/Getty)