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On the strength of Gemma Hayes's heroic performance in the Glee Club Studio, there'll be some smart money placed on this enchanting slip of a girl from Ballyporeen, whose album Night On My Side is taking odds of 10/1.
Everton continue to get better and better and I'd have no hesitation in taking odds of 17-20 about them at Reading.
It does mean something to me and now I see that they are taking odds on me getting to 25 years.
The new boy's start to the season has silenced the critics and the bookies are even taking odds on him being England's top scorer in the Euro 2008 qualifiers.
Some punters were happily taking odds of 1-33 on Betfair seconds before the penalty was awarded.
Last night Welsh-based bookmaker Jack Brown announced they were taking odds on a pounds 12million double swoop for Earnshaw and his classy Welsh international colleague Danny Gabbidon.
Hills are taking odds on whether anyone can keep a clean sheet against them and Walter Smith's Everton are the favourites.
But Farma Way fans wagering on the simulcast at Hollypark - and taking odds set by fellow Farma Way fans betting into a separate California pool - received only $9 for their $2.
But taking odds like 1-7 doesn't appeal - so here are three alternative nailed-on England bets.