The price of Ed Sheeran having the Xmas number one has crashed again and he is now the 1/4 favourite to deliver the biggest chart of the year.
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Joe McFadden was a fantastic result for Strictly fans having started the final as the 8/11 odds on favourite.
William Hill are offering just 10/1 that a decision is taken by the Palace or the FA to move either the wedding date for Prince Harry & Meghan or the FA Cup final to another day. Meanwhile it is 8/1 that either Aston Villa (Prince William is a fan) or Arsenal (Prince Harry is a fan) win the FA Cup this time round.
Debbie McGee has been the subject of a gamble to win Strictly Come Dancing and she has been trimmed from 9/4 to 2/1. Meanwhile Joe McFadden remains the favourite at 4/6, with Alexandra 6/1 and Gemma Atkinson the 14/1 outsider.
William Hill can report further cash for Adele to have the Christmas number one and she is now 2/1 from 25/1 in the space of 24hrs.
Closest Strictly As Punters Back Front Three You can make a case for all the front three in the betting for who will win the Strictly final at the weekend. The current 4/6 favourite is Joe McFadden, who has improved week on week and therefore is this year’s Strictly ‘journey’ contestant. Next at 9/4 is the inspirational Debbie McGee, who is without doubt the surprise package of the show and a genuine contender to pull in the votes at the weekend. Alexandra Burke is the best dancer but she has struggled to bond with the Strictly audience and as a result is a massive 6/1. At 10/1 Gemma is the outsider of the four and on paper she will need to do something extraordinary on the final night to take the trophy. “The Strictly final looks a very difficult call, the value bet has to be Alexandra as she could be sensational on the night,” said William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams. “But my money is on Debbie who has been a revelation and an inspiration to mature men & women across the country.” Strictly Come Dancing Winner: 4/6 Joe McFadden, 9/4 Debbie McGee, 6/1 Alexandra Burke, 10/1 Gemma Atkinson
Following the decision not to enter Sizing John in the King George, William Hill have trimmed Bristol De Mai from 4/1 to 7/2.
William Hill now make it odds on at 1/2 that it will snow in the UK during the 24hrs of Christmas Day. It follows a weekend of record bet levels on a White Xmas, Aberdeen is the worst result at 7/4 with Leeds close behind at 2/1. London is currently 5/1 but should the gamble continue then the price will shorten further.
The Paul Nicholls trained Clan des Obeaux is joint 6/1 favourite to win the big race at Cheltenham this weekend alongside Starchitect. It comes on the day when Paul Nicholls has been cut from 2/1 to 7/4 to win the trainers championship.
Dunkirk has sneaked ahead of ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’ as the 2/1 favourite to win the Best Motion Picture at the Golden Globes. Whilst the director Christopher Nolan is the 1/4 favourite to win Best Director.