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Goyte, Missy Higgins & Reece Mastin in Line for Aria Succes

Thursday, 4 October 2012
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Goyte, Missy Higgins & Reece Mastin in Line for Aria Success

Gotye’s dream run looks set to continue with his album Making Mirrors installed as the $1.90 favourite by online bookmaker sportsbet.com.au to win Album of the Year at the upcoming ARIA Awards.

Goyte ($2.80) is also the favourite to win an ARIA for Best Male Artist, but faces stiffer opposition here with Guy Sebastian ($3.25) and 360 ($4.50) close behind in the market.

In the Best Female Artist category, Missy Higgins heads the betting at $2.80, with Kimbra ($3.00), Washington ($4.50), Lanie Lanie ($5.00) and Jessic Mauboy ($9.00) rounding out the market.

“Gotye won a stack of ARIA awards last year and the market suggests he’s set to add a few more this time around, while Missy Higgins is in the box seat to add to her ARIA collection after a several year hiatus,” said sportsbet.com.au’s Ben Hawes.

Reece Mastin has been opened as the $2.50 favourite to take out Song of the Year, with Justice Crew ($4.00), Timomatic ($5.00), 360 ($7.00) and Ricki-Lee ($19) among others in the market.

Boy & Bear ($2.80) and One Direction ($3.00) are favourites to respectively win the Best Group and Best International Act ARIA’s.

Markets courtesy of sportsbet.com.au
Album of the Year
$1.90 Gotye - Making Mirrors
$3.75 360 - Falling & Flying
$5.00 The Jezabels - Prisoner
$8.00 Missy Higgins - The Ol' Razzle Dazze
$10 The Temper Trap - The Temper Trap

Best Male Artist
$2.80 Gotye - Making Mirrors
$3.25 Guy Sebastian - Battle Scars
$4.50 360 - Falling & Flying
$6.00 Keith Urban - For You
$9.00 Matt Corby - Into The Flame
$11 Angus Stone - Broken Brights

Best Female Artist
$2.80 Missy Higgins - The Ol' Razzle Dazzle
$3.00 Kimbra - Vows
$4.50 Washington - Insomnia
$5.00 Lanie Lane - To The Horse
$9.00 Jessica Mauboy - Gotcha

Best Group
$2.80 Boy & Bear - Big Man
$2.90 Hilltop Hoods - Drinking From The Sun
$3.50 The Jezabels - Prisoner
$8.00 The Temper Trap - The Temper Trap
$9.00 Cold Chisel - No Plans

Song of the Year
$2.50 Reece Mastin - Good Night
$4.00 Justice Crew - Boom Boom
$5.00 Timomatic - Set It Off
$7.00 360 feat. Gossling - Boys Like You
$9.00 Guy Sebastian - Don't Worry Be Happy
$11 Delta Goodrem - Sitting On Top Of The World
$13 Matt Corby - Brother
$19 Ricki-Lee - Do It Like That
$21 Jessica Mauboy & Stan Walker - Galaxy
$26 Hilltop Hoods Featuring Sia - I Love It

Best International Act
$3.00 One Direction
$5.00 The Black Keys
$5.00 Adele
$6.00 Ed Sheeran
$8.00 Florence + the Machine
$10 Bruno Mars
$11 LMFAO
$11 David Guetta
$15 Coldplay
$21 Michael Buble

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