Aston Villa next manager: Big money comes in for odds-on favourite Steve Bruce
Former Birmingham City boss Steve Bruce is now odds-on to replace Roberto Di Matteo as manager of Aston Villa.
Bruce has been the favourite for the job since Di Matteo was dismissed on Monday with Villa situated 19th in the Championship table with one win from their eleven matches.
We understand that Sky Bet, the league's official sponsor, have seen a surge of interest in Bruce with a number of large bets coming in for the 55-year-old today.
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