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Bradley Wiggins is the hot favourite at 2/5 with Coral to be crowned Sports Personality of the Year after the shortlist was revelead.
BetVictor pushed Andy Murray out to 5/1 (from 9/2) for the BBC Sports Personality of the Year following he won’t be at the awards evening
Bradley Wiggins is Coral’s 8/13 favourite to be named as BBC Sports Personality of the Year after the format of the annual award was altered.
Andy Murray has been the subject of a patriotic punt to be named BBC Sports Personality of the Year and is 5/2 (Ladbrokes) for the gong.
The Sports Personality Of The Year looks like a two horse race between Coral’s 4/7 favourite Bradley Wiggins and Mo Farah at 5/2.
With Bradley Wiggins clear 1/3 fav to win the Tour de France, Ladbrokes have him down at 7/4 to win Sports Personality of The Year.
Roger Federer is 3/1 courtesy of William Hill to win Wimbledon in 2013, ahead of 7/2 Andy Murray and behind 7/4 fav Novak Djokovic.
Mark Cavendish is 1/3 with Coral to win SPOTY this year while Darren Clarke, 5/1 2nd fav, is 11/8 to win in the ‘without Cavendish’ market.
Despite a record breaking year, winning both the US & European money lists, Luke Donald is 50/1 with William Hill for the SPOTY award.
Further support for cyclist Mark Cavendish to win the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Award has seen Coral cut the Manx Missile into 5-6 from 6-5
Mark Cavendish is 6/5 favourite with Ladbrokes for this year’s SPOTY prize and goes head to head with Darren Clarke, who is 7/4.
Mark Cavendish is Ladbrokes’ 10/11 fav to win the SJA Sportsman of the Year Award, ahead of Darren Clarke (3/1) and Rory McIlroy (6/1).
Mark Cavendish is steaming up the outside for the SPOTY award as he has been cut to 13/8 by William Hill, behind 11/8 fav Darren Clarke
After his gold in the World Road Race Championship, Mark Cavendish has been slashed to 5/1 (from 10/1) by Coral for the SPOTY award