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Bookies differ over favourites.

Bookmakers William Hill said they had not yet taken a single bet on Barrymore, despite odds being offered for three days.

They tipped Marsh to win.

The odds were: Marsh 4-1, Preston 5-1, Barrymore 6-1, Rodman 6-1, Bingham 7-1, Lenska 8-1, Maggot 9-2, Alam 10-1, Burns 12-1, Galloway 14-1, Chantelle 16-1.

Meanwhile, Ladbrokes tipped Rodman to win the show, with odds of 5-1. Barrymore was second favourite, with Maggot, Preston and Bingham all joint third favourite to win.

Ladbrokes' odds were: Rodman 5-1, Barrymore 6-1, Maggot 7-1, Preston 7-1, Bingham 7-1, Alam 8-1, Lenska 8-1, Galloway 10-1, Marsh 10-1, Burns 12-1.
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Publication:The Journal (Newcastle, England)
Date:Jan 6, 2006
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