On Sunday Tottenham visit Arsenal in a match that could have far-reaching consequences for Spurs manager Nuno Espirito Santo and the Gunners boss, Mikel Arteta.
It is fair to say that both managers are under pressure right now, however, it is Arteta that is much closer to leaving his post at the Emirates than what Nuno Santo is at Spurs, well, according to the bookies that is.
Arteta is favourite to be the next manager to leave with odds as low as 2/1 while Nuno is offered at a low of 16/1 and high as 30/1 to be the next manager gone.
Now, those odds could dramatically change Sunday evening depending on the outcome of the match, for example, if Spurs was to lose 3-0 yet again then you can take it to the bank that the Portuguese boss odds will sink faster than the Titanic and Arteta’s odds will surely rise to double figures.
On the other hand, if Arsenal was to be beaten in their own backyard by Spurs then it would be hard to see how Arteta could survive in his job for much longer.
The bottom line here is that whichever manager loses then it is likely that they could be out of a job sooner than any of us could envisage.
The stakes have probably not been higher for both clubs managers ahead of a North London Derby than they are this week.