After announcing that he was going for a second Christmas Number One, William Hill have immediately installed LadBaby as the 3/1 favourite to land this year’s festive top spot.
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With less than a month to go before the big day, William Hill can report what looks like the most open Christmas number one betting in over a decade. There are currently nine artists quoted at single figure prices, with Lewis Capaldi becoming the new 3/1 favourite this morning. Robbie Williams is second in the betting at 4/1, Stornzy is 6/1 and James blunt / George Michael are both 8/1.
Emily Eavis has reportedly come out and said that two bands that will not be playing Glastonbury this year are Fleetwood Mac and Led Zeppelin although bookies, William Hill are not convinced this is the case.
Ed Sheeran might well have killed off the Christmas number one, as he is now the red hot 1/7 favourite to have the Christmas Number One, Wham are second favourite at 7/1. The Adele gamble appears to have been a false rumour and she is 8/1 to overhaul Mr Sheeran.
Ed Sheeran has zoomed into pole position in the betting for the Christmas Number One and he is 4/6 to take the big one. If anyone can beat him then your money could be on George Michael at 5/1 or perhaps Rak-Su at 6/1.
William Hill have slashed the price of Elbow having the Christmas number one from 100/1 to 6/1 after the unveiling of the John Lewis Advert.
With George Michael topping the charts this week, William Hill believe that it is odds on (4/6) that ‘Last Christmas’ will be the official Christmas number one this year. Ed Sheeran is the nearest challenger at 3/1 and the X Factor is a lengthy 10/1 to clinch the top spot, showing just how far the show has fallen in the ratings.
With George Michael riding high in the charts this week, William Hill believe that it is odds on (4/6) that ‘Last Christmas’ will be the official Christmas number one this year. Ed Sheeran is the nearest challenger at 4/1 and the X Factor is a lengthy 8/1 to clinch the top spot, showing just how far the show has fallen in the ratings.
If the betting is to be believed, it is Kate Tempest who will sneak this year’s Mercury Music Prize, with William Hill making her the 5/2 favourite, just ahead of Sampha at 3/1.