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By Rupert Adams

Total Recal New Fav For Grand National

Grand National: 11/1 Total Recall, 12/1 Blaklion (From 10/1) , 20/1 Cause Of Causes, 20/1 Definitly Red, 20/1 Minella Rocco, 20/1 The Last Samuri, 25/1 Anibale Fly, 25/1 Abolitionist, 25/1 Gold Present, 33/1 Noble Endeavor, 33/1 Vicente, 33/1 Bellshill, 33/1 Go Conquer, 33/1 Regal Encore, 33/1 Ucello Conti, 33/1 Edwulf, 33/1 Seeyouatmidnight, 33/1 Gas Line Boy, 33/1 Vyta Du Roc, 33/1 Vieux Lion Rouge, 40/1 Valseur Lido, 40/1 Mala Beach, 40/1 Chase The Spud, 40/1 Polidam, 40/1 Bless The Wings, 40/1 Warriors Tale, 40/1 Vieux Morvan, 40/1 Outlander, 40/1 Pleasant Company, 50/1 Three Faces West, 50/1 American, 50/1 I Just Know, 50/1 Childrens List, 50/1 Final Nudge, 50/1 Rathvinden, 50/1 Sametegal, 50/1 Saint Are, 50/1 The Young Master, 50/1 Raz De Maree, 50/1 Rock The Kasbah, 50/1 Tiger Roll, 50/1 O O Seven, 50/1 A Genie In Abottle, 50/1 As De Mee, 50/1 Pendra, 50/1 The Dutchman, 50/1 Acapella Bourgeois, 50/1 Carlingford Lough, 50/1 Delusionofgrandeur, 50/1 Sub Lieutenant, 50/1 Vintage Clouds, 50/1 Minella Daddy, 50/1 Buywise, 50/1 Arbre De Vie, 50/1 Milansbar, 66/1 Missed Approach, 66/1 General

Dame Lizzy Yarnold? – 8/1 For BBCSPOTY

William Hill have slashed the price of Lizzy Yarnold winning the BBCSPOTY from 33/1 into 8/1 after she defended her title at the winter Olympics. Hills are also offering 4/1 that Lizzy is made a Dame in the next year.

Dancing On Ice: Punters Quick To Back Jake

Jake Quickenden has emerged as the 13/8 hot favourite to win Dancing On Ice after another excellent week. His nearest challenger appears to be Max Evans at 7/2 with Kem a 9/2 shot.

Showbusiness By Rupert Adams

The Voice: Have We Seen The Winner?

The Voice and The X Factor have been keen to show off their best talent early in the audition phases and William Hill have installed Donel Mangena as their 5/1 favourite to win the show. His nearest challenger is Lauren Bannon at 9/1.

Oscars / Film Awards By Rupert Adams

75th Golden Globes: Are We In For The Biggest Shock in the History Of The Globes?

William Hill can report a massive gamble on ‘The Shape Of The Water’ winning the Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture (Drama) and it has been slashed from 4/1 into 9/4, jumping ahead of Dunkirk & Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. Meanwhile James Franco is the 4/11 favourite to win Best Actor Musical/Comedy and is the second worst result for the bookies.