Having fired one former Leeds United boss yesterday, will Rotherham United appoint another, or will an ex-Sheffield Wednesday man get the nod?
Championship strugglers Rotherham United are looking for a new manager after dismissing Neil Redfearn.
Redfearn was only appointed mid-season after Steve Evans parted company with the club, later joining Leeds, the club Redfearn previously managed.
Bookies SkyBet are offering odds on Rotherham's next manager, and place two former Leeds bosses among the six most likely candidates.
Stuart Gray 2/1
Gray was dismissed by Sheffield Wednesday last summer despite a solid mid-table finish and is currently working as a coach at Fulham.
Neil Warnock 7/2
Warnock is one of two former Leeds bosses among the lead candidates, and has plenty of experience, most recently managing in the Premier League with Crystal Palace.
Chris Wilder 6/1
Wilder is the current boss of League Two side Northampton Town, and told The BBC just yesterday he is keen to stay and help the club earn promotion this season.
Andy Hughes 8/1
Hughes, 38, is currently a first team coach at Rotherham, and could make the step up. He made more than 100 appearances in his playing career for Leeds.
Phil Parkinson 10/1
Bradford City boss Phil Parkinson signed a three-year contract with the Bantams earlier this season, but with such deals rarely respected by club chairman, perhaps there is a chance Rotherham tempt him away?
Uwe Rosler 10/1
Uwe Rosler is out of work after being fired by Leeds earlier this season. The former Wigan boss promised heavy metal football at Elland Road, but went out with a whimper.
Current Leeds boss Steve Evans is listed as a 16/1 outsider to make a return to the club.