Waleed Aly And ‘The Project’ The Bookies’ Logies Favourites

Waleed Aly And ‘The Project’ The Bookies’ Logies Favourites
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Following a report on B&T this morning that suggested The Project’s Waleed Aly didn’t deserve to be nominated for a another Gold Logie because of the show’s weak ratings, comes news that he’s actually the favourite to take the prize according to bookmakers.

Odds just released by online betting agency Sports Bet has Aly at $2.20 to go back-to-back Golds when the winners are announced on the 23rd of April. While The Project is a $1.15 favourite in the “best news” category.

Aly also looks a deadset cert for the “best presenter” category at $1.25.

“Punters are very keen for Waleed to go back-to-back but (Molly’s) Samuel Johnson is not out of the running,’’ said sportsbet.com.au’s Will Byrne. 

It could also be big night for the star of Nine’s Love Child, Jessica Marias, who’s at $4.50 to win the Gold Logie and an unbackable $1.40 in the “best actress” category.

According to Sports Bet, Nine’s NRL Footy Show is the unbackable favourite for the night at $1.10 for best “sports program”. The next best in that category is the AFL version at $6. Check out Sport Bet’s full Logies odds below.

Gold Logie Winner

$2.20   Waleed Aly

$3.50   Samuel Johnson

$4.50   Jessica Marais

$9.00   Grant Denyer

$16      Peter Helliar

$21      Rodger Corser

Best Actor

$1.87     Samuel Johnson – Molly

$4.00     Erik Thomson – 800 Words

$5.00     Rodger Corser – Doctor Doctor, Doctor Blake Mysteries

$6.00     Richard Roxburgh – Rake

$16         Craig McLachlan – Deep Water, Doctor Blake Mysteries, The Wrong Girl             

Best Actress

$1.40     Jessica Marais – Love Child, The Wrong Girl

$6.00     Asher Keddie – Offspring

$7.50     Marta Dusseldorp – A Place to call Home, Jack Irish, Janet King

$7.50     Deborah Mailman – Cleverman, Jack Irish, Offspring, Wolf Creek

$16         Jessica Mauboy – The Secret Daughter 

Best Presenter

$1.25     Waleed Aly

$6.00     Grant Denyer

$7.50     Carrie Bickmore

$16         Amanda Keller

$21         Sarah Harris               

Best New Talent

$1.45     Rob Collins – Cleverman, The Wrong Girl

$4.00     Penny McNamee – Home and Away

$7.50     Hayley Magnus – The Wrong Girl

$16         Tiarnie Coupland – Love Child

$16         Shalom Brune-Franklin – Doctor Doctor              

Best Drama Program

$1.65     Home and Away

$4.00     Molly

$5.00     800 Words

$11         Offspring

$16         Doctor Doctor

$21         Wentworth              

Best Entertainment Program

$1.20     Family Feud

$7.50     Have You Been Paying Attention

$7.50     Anh’s Brush With Fame

$16         The Voice Australia

$21         Upper Middle Bogan           

Best Reality Program

$1.87     The Block

$2.25     Masterchef

$11         My Kitchen Rules

$11         Australian Survivor

$21         I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!               

Best Sports Program

$1.10     The NRL Footy Show

$11         The AFL Footy Show

$11         Wide World of Sports

$21         Monday Night with Matty Johns

$21         In Rio Today             

Best Lifestyle Program

$1.75     The Living Room

$2.00     Better Homes and Gardens

$21         Gardening Australia

$21         Luke Warm Sex

$21         Selling Houses Australia              

Best Factual Program

$1.75     Gogglebox Australia

$2.00     Bondi Rescue

$21         Australian Story

$21         Bondi Vet

$21         Todd Sampson’s Body Hack         

Best News or Current affairs Program

$1.15     The Project

$11.00   Studio 10

$11.00   Today

$11.00   Sunrise

$11.00   Four Corners

 

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