The Voice UK 2019 favourites revealed ahead of the knockouts

The Voice 2019 odds
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The current favourites on The Voice UK 2019 have been revealed ahead of the knockouts.

Nicole Dennis is back as the current 5/2 overall favourite to win after an explosive week of battles on The Voice UK last weekend.

Long running Voice UK favourite Nicole Dennis had drifted out to 11/4 from 5/2 with bookies BoyleSports as she prepared to battle it out to keep her place on Team J-Hud.

However, after winning her battle against Luke Swatman with ease, her lost support has returned and she is back as the 5/2 one to beat as the competition reaches its knockout stages.

Moya has held out strong as the 4/1 second favourite after completing her battle, beating Bethzienna Williams after they took on INXS’ ‘Never Tear Us Apart’ in the second battle rounds.

Deana is flying the flag for Team Tom as she sits as the 11/2 third favourite for the title. The 23-year-old Liverpudlian impressed with her blind audition version of ‘Back to Black’ by Amy Winehouse.

Aoife Heffron, Spokesperson for BoyleSports commented: “Nicole Dennis has recovered from her minor blimp in the outright betting after rendition of ‘Your Song’ by Elton John blew everyone away in the final battle round.

“The Voice UK is into its knockout stages and at present it’s a two horse race for the title between two team J-Hud members, Nicole Dennis (5/2) and Moya (4/1).”

The Voice UK 2019 favourites

Nicole Dennis 5/2
Moya 4/1
Deana 11/2
Sarah Tucker 6/1

Molly Hocking 7/1
Cedric Neal 7/1
Illianna 7/1
Emmanuel Smith 9/1

Stefan Mahendra 12/1
Equip to Overcome 16/1
Jimmy Balito 16/1
Roger Samuels 16/1

Harrisen Larner-Main 20/1
Ayanam Udoma 20/1
Remember Monday 20/1
Bethzienna Williams 20/1

Georgia Bray 20/1
Connie Lamb 20/1
Christina Ellinas 25/1
Bukky Oronti 25/1

Callum Butterworth 25/1
Eva Campbell 33/1
Gabriel Dryss 33/1

The Voice UK 2019 continues this Saturday night on ITV from 7:30PM with the first of the knockouts.

The knockouts will feature guest mentors Years & Years’ Olly Alexander, Anne-Marie, James Arthur and Nicole Scherzinger all joining Jennifer Hudson, Olly Murs, Sir Tom Jones and respectively.

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