Arsenal fans taunt David Moyes with 'sacked' chants as odds tumble on dismissal

After Sunderland's 4-1 defeat at home to Arsenal, the club is odds on to beat the Premier League's lowest ever points total.

Saturday, 29th October 2016, 2:53 pm
Updated Monday, 31st October 2016, 9:03 am
David Moyes pictured at the Stadium of Light today.

The Black Cats managed to scrape one goal in the match today, netted by striker Jermain Defoe in the second half.

Sunderland fans walk out of the stadium as the team goes 4-1 down to Arsenal.

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And now William Hill are offering 6/1 odds that they fail to beat the record lowest points total in the league - and 1/12 that they WILL beat the total, which is 11 points.

In addition, Moyes is 5/4 to have left Sunderland before the side faces Bournemouth next Saturday - and 4/7 to still be there.

Joe Crilly, of William Hill, said: "10 games into the season and Sunderland have picked up just two points and they face an uphill struggle now.

Sunderland fans walk out of the stadium as the team goes 4-1 down to Arsenal.

"They may be looking for a new manager bounce even earlier this season than they usually do."