Here's a look at the latest Britain's Got Talent 2018 odds ahead of tonight's live shows.
The BGT 2018 semi-finals begin tonight with the first batch of eight acts taking to the stage to perform and make their bid to book a spot in Sunday’s grand finale.
Alesha’s Golden Buzzer act, Lifford Shillingford will once again take to the stage, having made its straight through after impressing in his audition with his rendition of Sam Cooke’s ‘A Change Is Gonna Come’.
Despite his Golden buzzer status he is priced at 16/1 to win Britain’s Got Talent with two other contestants in the semi-final seeing shorter odds.
Lost Voice Guy, aka Lee Ridley, who lost his voice due to cerebral palsy, is also in Monday’s semi-final and is as short as 6/1 to win Britain's Got Talent 2018 after punters supported the comic in from his initial 16/1 odds.
Another act to watch out for are wartime themed choir The D-Day Darlings, as they currently lie in fifth place in the Outright betting at odds of 8/1.
Aoife Heffron, Spokesperson for BoyleSports commented “All the money is coming in for comic Lost Voice Guy to win the whole thing after he blew the BGT audience and judges away with his quick wit. With the help of his computer, Lee had everyone in stitches and punters quickly latched onto his 16/1 odds.”
She added “Traders had to shorten him into 12/1 and then 10/1 as support continued throughout the week and now, ahead of his semi-final performance Lost Voice Guy is as short as 6/1 to be the first ever comedian to win BGT.”
Britain's Got Talent airs live tonight at 7:30PM on ITV.
Britain’s Got Talent 2018 odds
Jack and Tim 4/1
Marc Spelmann 5/1
Lost Voice Guy 6/1
Gruffydd Wyn 7/1
The D-Day Darlings 8/1
Father Ray Kelly 10/1
Aleksandar Mileusnic 12/1
Ronan Busfield 14/1
Magus Utopia 16/1
Calum Courtney 16/1
Lifford Shillingford 16/1
Giang Brothers 25/1
Donchez Dacres 28/1
The Ratpackers 33/1 BAR