Sky Bet seem certain that the Italian will be the first manager to find his services no longer required. The Leeds firm are just 9/4 with BetVictor offering 4/1, after Saturday's 3-1 defeat against newly-promoted Crystal Palace.
The compilers at Ladbrokes and William Hill appear to think that Alan Pardew isn't out of the woods either despite Newcastle United's 1-0 win over Fulham.
Ladbrokes, in particular, have taken that view with their quote of 11/4 about the Magpies being first to part company with their manager, though BetVictor are a more conservative 5/1.
Meanwhile, William Hill go evens that Di Canio is no longer at The Riverside for the last game of this season and 8/11 that he is.
888sport currently offer 11/4 about the prospects of relegation for the Black Cats though Paddy Power are just 2/1.