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Britain's Got Talent 2017: Tokio Myers is now the second favourite to win

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Tokio Myers has become the second favourite to win Britain's Got Talent 2017.

Pianist Tokio Myers’ odds of winning Britain’s Got Talent have been slashed from 7/1 to the now 11/4 second favourite after he won the third semi-final on Wednesday evening.

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Also making it through on Wednesday was cheeky child comedian Ned Woodman who drastically shortened to 20/1 from 80/1 after his runner-up status.

Missing People Choir have yet to perform in their semi-final, on Friday, but have shortened slightly into 13/8 to win from 7/4 as they are expected to sail through to the grand finale on Saturday.

Aoife Heffron, Spokeswoman for BoyleSports commented “Sarah Ikumu made her shock exit from Britain’s Got Talent on Wednesday, having been the long running second favourite.

"Tokio Myers has stepped in to take over as the second favourite however, after his odds were cut into 11/4 from 7/1 following his impressive Semi-Final 3 win.”

Tonight sees the fourth and penultimate semi-final as another two acts make it into Saturday's final.

Choir Angelicus Celtis are the 6/4 favourites to win Semi-Final 4 this evening. Their main competition comes in the form of singer Reuben Gray and Alesha Dixon's golden buzzer dancers MerseyGirls as they are both on offer at 5/2.

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Britain's Got Talent 2017 winner

Latest odds

Missing People Choir 13/8
Tokio Myers 11/4
Issy Simpson 8/1
Daliso Chaponda 14/1
Angelicus Celtis 14/1
DNA 14/1
Ned Woodman 20/1
Kyle Tomlinson 20/1

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