Britain's Got Talent 2019 favourites revealed ahead of latest results

Latest Britain's Got Talent 2019 odds

Britain's Got Talent 2019 live shows - Hammersmith Apollo stage

Here's a look at the latest Britain's Got Talent 2019 odds as things stand.

4MG won the second semi-final of Britain’s Got Talent on Tuesday night after the all-male group of four were voted through by the public.

Bookies BoyleSports have slashed the price on 4MG winning the show into 10/1 from 25/1 after their magic act saw former contestants Stavros Flatley make a surprise appearance.

Siobhan Phillips was the other winner of the second semi-final alongside 4MG after securing David Walliams’ tie-break vote, but the musical comedienne drifted out to 20/1 from 10/1 despite booking her spot in the final.

Meanwhile, Jonathan Goodwin has moved into 4/1 second favourite from 5/1, with the escapologist yet to perform in the live semi-finals this week after appearing to set himself on fire during his audition.

Flakefleet Primary School wowed the judges in the first week of auditions with their explosive version of Queen’s ‘Don’t Stop Me Now’ and remained the favourites for some weeks. They have now drifted out to 9/1 from 7/1 following their semi-final performance that secured their place in the final.

Sarah Kinsella, spokesperson for BoyleSports said: “The third semi-final takes place tonight with two golden buzzer acts taking part to try and book their spot in the final.

"We were forced to reduce 4MG into 10/1 from 25/1 following the punters’ reaction to their impressive semi-final win, and after tonight’s acts there is more market movement expected”.

Britain’s Got Talent odds

3/1 Dave & Finn
4/1 Jonathan Goodwin
5/1 Chapter 13
9/1 Flakefleet Primary School

10/1 4MG
12/1 Kojo Anim
14/1 Mark McMullan
16/1 Giorgia Borg
16/1 Colin Thanckery

20/1 Siobhan Phillips
20/1 Ben Hart
25/1 X
33/1 KNE
50/1 bar

Britain's Got Talent 2019 continues live all this week at 7:30PM until Friday.

The live final takes place on Sunday, June 2 where the top 10 acts - plus a wild card - will compete for the £250,000 cash prize and spot performing on the Royal Variety Performance.

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