Britain's Got Talent 2017: Missing People Choir still the ones to beat

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Britain's Got Talent's Missing People Choir remain the favourites to win this year's series.

The third instalment of Britain’s Got Talent on Saturday saw an Irish takeover, of sorts, with two acts from the Emerald Isle progressing to the next round.


St Patrick’s Choir, have stiff competition with Missing People Choir the current 3/1 favourites, but they are not to be dismissed. The Co. Down junior choir impressed with their rendition of ‘Somewhere Only We Know’ and went straight into the betting at 12/1.

Also priced at 12/1 is magician Josephine Lee, who stunned with her mysterious orb floating disappearing act.

Omagh native, Ryan Tracey not only bagged himself a spot in the next round on BGT, but he also managed to smash a world record for making five balloon models in 1minute 1.3seconds while blindfolded. Unfortunately for Ryan he is an outside shot to add the Britain's Got Talent 2017 title to his accolades at 100/1.

Amanda Holden hit her Golden Buzzer on Saturday night for comedian Daliso Chaponda, who is priced at 10/1 to win alongside fellow newcomers, girlband The Miss Treats.

Pianist Tokio Myers (14/1), singer Sian Pattison (16/1), dancers London School of Bollywood (66/1) and comedy act Rare Species (100/1) also made it through on Saturday.

Aoife Heffron, Spokeswoman for BoyleSports commented “St Patrick’s Choir tugged at the heartstrings with their beautiful rendition of Somewhere Only We Know on Saturday and were quickly priced at 12/1 to win.

"Unsurprisingly we have already have a number of large patriotic bets on the Co. Down choir to go all the way.”


Britain's Got Talent 2017 favourites

After three weeks, latest odds from Boylesports

Missing People Choir 3/1
Sarah Ikumu 4/1
Just Us 8/1
Issy Simpson 10/1
Reuben Gray 10/1
The Miss Treats 10/1
Daliso Chaponda 10/1
Gao Lin & Liu Xin 12/1
Josephine Lee 12/1
St Patrick's Junior Choir 12/1

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