Calum Scott remains the favourite to win Britain's Got Talent 2015 as we head towards the final audition show.
Calum, who won Simon Cowell's golden buzzer, has been the bookies' tip ever since the first episode of this year's series.
However light dancers UDI are giving Calum a run for his money with punters opting to put their cash on the dance troupe over Scott. UDI are now 7/1 to win Britain’s Got Talent and are the second biggest loser in the book next to long running favourite Calum Scott (7/2).
David Wallaiams' golden buzzer act has yet to be revealed but the current acts that received the lucrative pass to the live shows are doing extremely well in the betting. Revelation Avenue Singers, who Amanda Holden pushed the golden buzzer for, are second in the betting at 5/1.
Ant and Dec’s act, Boyband, are priced at 7/1 alongside newcomer Ella Shaw. Alesha Dixon’s golden buzzer act Entity Allstars is the biggest price of all the golden buzzer acts at 16/1, with Simon topping the lot having Calum on his side.
Other acts to watch out for are Maia Gough at 9/1, welsh choir Cor Glanaethawy, magician Jamie Raven and singer Alison Jiear, who are all on offer at 10/1 to win.
The novelty acts are hogging the bottom of the betting with the likes of DJ John and Beyoncé drag act Aaron Carty are both priced at 250/1. Animal acts are also not fairing out well in the betting with Krystyna Lennon and Princess the Hypnodog at 80/1 and Mitch & Cally the Wonder Dog at 100/1.
Aoife Heffron from Boylesports commented: “As the final audition approaches BoyleSports are shaking in their boots as Calum continues to top the betting and is an ever growing liability.”
She added “UDI have been attracting strong support recently and after a string of large bets, are nearly as big a loser as favourite Calum Scott.”
Britain's Got Talent continues this Saturday night at 8PM.