The bookies are already offering odds on favourites to replace Eddie Jones following England’s defeat in Paris.
However, there have been calls for the Aussie to leave the job following another dismal Six Nations after finishing fifth and third in the last two years.
Austin Healey and Sir Clive Woodward have been two of the harshest critics of the current England boss.
Woodward, who won the World Cup with England in 2003, is actually the seventh favourite and is priced in at 30/1 while former South Africa boss Jake White is priced at 28/1.
See who are the current favourites to take the reins at Twickenham.
Favourites to replace Eddie Jones: (Oddschecker)
#5. Andy Farrell – 25/1
The irony with Farrell is that he is arguably the most obvious candidate and fits the role as well as anyone, but he might be the toughest for the RFU to land due to his long-term deal with Ireland.