At 2/1, the odds suggest that 2018 is the most likely year for the next General Election and it is 6/4 (joint fav) that we will have a labour majority or no overall majority. Jeremy Corbyn is the 9/4 favourite to be the next British Prime Minister after Theresa May.
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William Hill think that 2018 will be another good year for Anthony Joshua and he is already the favourite to win the BBCSPOTY at 4/1, whilst it is 5/2 that he beats both Fury & Wilder in the calendar year.
2018 looks to be a fascinating year in the world of Showbiz and Royalty. Prince Harry is to marry Meghan (50/1 Donald Trump attends – 10/1 the FA Cup Final is moved), the Duchess of Cambridge is set to have her third child (33/1 to be born on 14th April Grand National Day) and Hills are offering just 2/1 that Oasis perform a gig. Elsewhere, James Norton is the new 5/2 favourite to be named as the new Bond, whilst Jon Snow is 9/4 to be the ruler of the seven kingdoms – Dunkirk is 10/3 to win Best Picture at the Oscars.
Bookmakers William Hill can confirm that their third party provider, British Weather Services, have come ban with a negative for snow in all fifteen of the cities the bookies were betting on. That said the Met Office have said it was officially a white Christmas as snow fell over high ground and anyone who backed a straight white Christmas will be paid.
Tony Pulis is the 6/4 favourite to be named as the next Swansea manager following the departure of Paul Clement having been trimmed from 2/1 at William Hill.
“Bristol City were excellent but they still have it all to do,” said William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams
Following the decision to part company with their manager Paul Clement, William Hill make Tony Pulis their 2/1 favourite to be appointed to the job. Ryan Giggs is 5/1, Martin O’Neill 12/1 and former Wales manager Chris Coleman offered at 20/1.
The market for the Christmas number one appears to be one of the strangest in recent history with Ed Sheeran favourite to top the festive charts at 1/7 but the question is …with whom? As it stands, Ed Sheeran is in first and second place, with the odds suggesting that his collaboration with Eminem (1/2) will top the charts rather than his song featuring Beyonce (6/4).
William Hill have halved the price of James Norton becoming the next Bond from 5/1 to 5/2, making him the new favourite to become Britain’s favourite spy. “The money has been coming in for 48hrs, apparently he is brilliant in the new BBC series McMafia and as a result he has jumped ahead of Tom Hardy & Jack Hudson in the betting to be the next Bond,” said William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams.
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.