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BGT Update: Missing People Choir expected to breeze through to final

| 02.06.2017

We’re edging closer and closer to finding out who’ll be crowned winner of this year’s Britain’s Got Talent, but there are still two places in the final up for grabs.

However, our traders reckon they know who’ll be claiming said spots.

Having led the outright market from the offset, Missing People Choir are as short as 2/5 to win the public vote in tonight’s semi-final – that’s shorter than any other act has been this week.

Their only competition looks likely to come in the form of comedian, Daliso Chaponda. The Golden Buzzer act is a 3/1 shot to sail through ahead of the Missing People Choir this evening.

While that seems unlikely now, it’s worth noting that Sarah Ikumu was expected to breeze through to the final earlier on this week before exiting the competition.

As for the rest of tonight’s acts, we’re not rating their chances of progressing all that highly.

Jamie Lee Harrison and Jess Robinson are both 16/1 shots to go through, while Code 3, Lords of Strut and TNG Characters will all have to do something special if they’re to pull off a 33/1 upset.

And tonight’s rank outsiders are Perfect Pitch Creation, who are 50/1 to go through to Saturday’s final.

Missing People Choir’s odds have continued to fall over the last few weeks and they’re now shorter than they’ve ever been at 11/8, while Tokio Myers is just behind them in the outright market at 11/4.

Click here for a full list of Britain’s Got Talent odds.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing



Alex Apati

Alex has been with the Ladbrokes PR team since 2017 having previously worked for the news department. From sparring with Peter Fury to talking interviews on the Duke and Duchess' baby names, he's covered a range of sports and novelty events.

A frustrated West Brom fan who is no stranger to an oche, Alex is originally from Dudley, although he's worked hard to rid himself of the Black Country twang.