Sporting icons, from Muhammad Ali to Declan Murphy and the ‘swimming suffragettes’, go head-to-head in the running for 2017 William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award.
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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.
With Lewis Hamilton all but certain to win another Drivers’ Championship, William Hill have trimmed the price of Lewis winning the BBCSPOTY from 10/1 to 8/1.
With Ronald Koeman having been relieved of his job at Everton, William Hill make David Moyes the 4/1 favourite to bag the role.
With the X Factor nearing the live performances, William Hill can report a stand-out favourite in Grace Davies, who is offered at just 13/8. Holly Tandy and Sean & Conor Price are offered at 11/2.
William Hill have cut the odds on Ronald Koeman leaving Everton this week from 8/11 to 4/6 after a run of money overnight, while his odds of being the next manager to go have been cut from 4/7 to 2/7.
William Hill predict that next flat season will be dominated by this year’s key players with Silvestre De Sousa 1/3 to be top jockey and Aidan O’Brien 2/7 to win the trainers championship.
The latest odds from William Hill suggest that that Strictly 2017 is now a three horse race with Gemma Atkinson now crashing the party at 7/2 from 8/1. Alexandra Burke is the narrow favourite at 9/4 with Aston Merrygold offered at 11/4.
William Hill have pushed out the price of Aidan O’Brien having two grade one winners at Ascot on Champions day from 3/1 to 4/1, but he is evens to have one winner on the day.