Jules And Matisse BGT Alpha Dogs
Cor Glanaethwy have emerged as the red hot favourites to win Britain’s Got Talent after winning the first semi-final on Monday night.
The Welsh choir were priced at 5/1 ahead of their semi-final, but punters backed them into 15/8 after their hauntingly beautiful performance.
Jules O’Dwyer and her talented dog Matisse took the final audition by storm and are expected to make a repeat of this in the second semi-final at 7/4 to win and 4/6 to qualify.
They are currently the biggest loser to win the semi-final 2 at 6/4 and we suspect that the liability will only grow before the show.
Old Men Grooving are Jules and Matisse’s nearest rivals in the betting at 15/8.
Out of the nine acts that perform, only two can qualify and with Jules and Matisse as short as 4/6, it leaves one spot vacant. Old Men Grooving are in prime position to take the second spot at 8/11, however choir Revelation Avenue are hot on their heels at Even money.
Also performing for their place is the final is Aison Jiear, who is 4/1 to qualify, young dance group Groove Thing and six piece girl group Honey Buns who are both 12/1 to qualify.
Bone cruncher Bonetics is 14/1 to bag a spot in the final with magician Michael Late and singer/dance Luca Calo both seeming like hopeless cases at 25/1 and 33/1 to qualify respectively.