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Betting odds favour a female winner of NZ Idol

August 2 2005

Betting odds favour a female winner of NZ Idol

Online bookmaker Centrebet's NZ Idol betting odds favour a female winner of the competition.

Female (1.80 from 2.20) is the new favourite in Centrebet's sex of the NZ Idol winner market.

Four of the six confirmed Top Ten qualifiers are female and Centrebet says that Christchurch singer Lissel is its hot favourite to collect the wild card at the end of the preliminary phase.

NZ Idol winner 5.00 Nik (Masterton) 5.50 Ashley (Cambridge) 5.50 Steven (Invercargill) 5.50 Keshia (Auckland) 7.00 Rosita (Auckland) 8.00 Rongo (Mohaka) 11.00 Frank (Rotorua) 11.00 Lissel (Christchurch) 15.00 Shelley (Pukekohe) 17.00 Maselina (Wellington) 26.00 Clark (Auckland) 26.00 Jesse (Hamilton) 34.00 Makuini (Tauranga) 34.00 Marcel (Christchurch) 51.00 Malia (Hastings) 51.00 Mathew (Auckland) 51.00 Rick (Auckland) 51.00 Saelyn (Invercargill) 51.00 Teresa (Wellington) 67.00 Daniel (Wellington) 67.00 Pip (Auckland) 101.00 Christine (Rotorua) 101.00 Kevin (Wellington) 201.00 Katherine (Christchurch)

Sex of the NZ Idol winner 1.80 Female 1.90 Male

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