Two managers tipped to succeed Thomas Christiansen at Leeds United are among the early frontrunners for the Bradford City job, with bookmakers SkyBet.
Simon Grayson and Steve McClaren, who are both out of work after leaving Championship jobs in 2017, are among those to be mentioned in connection with the Leeds vacancy, following Christiansen's sacking on Sunday evening.
However, Grayson - a lifelong Leeds fan who managed the Whites between 2008 and 2012 - is as short as 3/1 to be named Bradford's next boss, just hours after the departure of Stuart McCall - another with links to Elland Road.
McClaren - who has since been distanced from the Leeds post - is at 8/1, behind second favourite Hannes Wolf (7/2).
Wolf - who led VFB Stuttgart to promotion back to the Bundesliga last season - was sacked at the end of January.
Despite losing each of their last five League One fixtures, Bradford remain in the play-off positions with a cushion of two points.
According to the Yorkshire Post, Leeds hope to make an appointment within the next 24 hours.