William Hill can report a surge of bets for who will be the next James Bond after Daniel Craig confirmed that he has handed in his licence to Kill. James Norton has been extremely popular in 2020 and is the current favourite at 6/4, with Sam Heugham and Tom Hiddleston both 4/1. Perhaps the most interesting move in recent days has been the money for Jack Lowden, who is now 6/1 from 20/1.
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The first sight of the next Love Island team has not thrown out a huge favourite in either of the Top Female or Male markets, although Sophie Piper (5/2) & Callum Jones (9/4) are the two best backed.
Dancing On Ice looks a lot more competitive than we originally thought and perhaps the big surprise was how competent Ian ‘H’ Watkins was. As a result William Hill have cut the price of Ian winning from 6/1 to 7/2, whilst Perri Kiely remains the 8/11 favourite. Trisha Goddard is clearly not the best and is the 125/1 outsider.
The odds for this year’s series of Dancing On Ice make Perri Kiely the red hot 5/4 favourite, but there has been a move for Ian ‘H’ Watkins. Ian ‘H’ Watkins had been a 9/1 shot but has been backed into 13/2 second favourite.
William Hill make Maya Jama their 7/2 favourite to replace Caroline Flack as the host of Love Island but the odds suggest she should not get too comfortable as it is 2/1 that Caroline returns for the summer Love Island.
Punters up and down the country were celebrating Kelvin Fletcher’s victory on Strictly after the red hot favourite delivered on the dance floor. “Kelvin has been the favourite since the first show and he is an awful result for the bookies,” said William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams.
Bookmakers William Hill can report a surprise move for Emma Barton to win Strictly Come Dancing and as a result they have slashed her odds from 10/3 to 9/4.
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.
The first elimination betting is hotting up and the odds suggest that we have a two horse race. Andrew Maxwell is the current favourite at 7/4, with Adele Roberts just behind at 9/4. Meanwhile Andrew Whyment is the new 5/2 favourite to win the show.