The fans want Moore on The Voice Australia finale

August 27, 2015 by Posted in Betting Tips

Joe Moore The Voice Australia

The Voice Australia is set to come to a conclusion on Sunday night. It’s been another entertaining season, with the field whittled down to the final four.

On Sunday night, one of Joe Moore, Nathan Hawes, Liam Maihi or Ellie Drennan will become a household name as the champion of The Voice.

The winner of The Voice will receive a recording contract with Universal Music Australia, $100,000 in cash and a new Ford Kuga Titanium. Not bad!

For everyone else out there voting there is a chance to also win. Maybe not six figures, but certainly enough to keep things interesting for yourself when the show airs on Sunday.

Betting on The Voice is not for everyone, but for some, it’s a great way to get some extra excitement from the show while also make a few dollars.

There has been a plunge of money for former busker Joe Moore (pictured). Early in the season he was priced at $7.50 but he’s now the $2.00 favourite at Sportsbet for Sunday’s final. That price has drifted a little from the $1.70 that was on offer just a week or two ago. Moore is certainly popular and his semi-final performance certainly enhanced his reputation as the one to beat.

“Our punters are still pretty keen for Joe Moore going into the final week and he could be a lot shorter by Sunday night if this momentum continues,’’ said Sportsbet’s Will Byrne.

It’s Elle Drennan who has been the big mover in betting, coming into $2.75 at Sportsbet after a scintillating semi-final performance. As the only female in the final, Drennan will definitely stand out and that’s a good thing when it comes to voting.

Of course, the majority of voters are young females, which means that teenage heartthrob Nathan Hawes might be value at $4.50 at Sportsbet. Hawes has been one of the favourites throughout the series with his acoustic ballads showing great consistency throughout the series. Whatever happens this series, it’s likely we’ll see Hawes on the entertainment scene in future.

Finally Liam Maihi has been put up as the rank outsider of the quartet at juicy odds of $16 at Sportsbet. Remember Maihi was able to turn all four chairs in his blind audition, so the guy certainly is talented. In recent times, he hasn’t wowed the audience but he’s still done enough to make it to the final which shows that there is plenty of support out there for him. At $16 in a four-horse race, Maihi doesn’t look a bad bet.

Looking at the coaches and the Madden brothers are favourites at $1.50 at Sportsbet with two of the four finalists. Jessie J and Ricky Martin are also still in the running, but poor Delta Goodrem is the only judge out of the running with none of her team making the final.

The Voice Australia

Other betting markets on Sportsbet include Winning Gender and Age of Winner.

A great tip is to keep an eye on Twitter and see what is trending throughout the week and in the build up to the airing of the final on Sunday. Ultimately, it’s a popularity contest, not a singing competition, so put your money on whoever has the most social media support and you’ll be in good shape.

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