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Dan & Dani Tipped To Be Block All Stars


Tuesday, 8 January 2013
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Dan & Dani Tipped To Be Block All Stars

They may not have even picked up their tools yet, but Dan and Dani have been installed as the $2.50 favourites with online bookmaker sportsbet.com.au to win The Block All Stars.

They look to have some tough competition however, with youngsters Josh and Jenna next in the market at $3.50.

The most experienced duo, tradies Mark and Duncan, have also been given some hope at $3.75.

Season one contestants Amity and Phil have been tipped to be a bit rusty and are outsiders at $4.00.

“Dan and Dani are the freshest Block contestants after only competing last year, so they will still be on their game. Josh and Jenna could give them a run for their money, if they can ever stop arguing!” said sportsbet.com.au’s Shaun Anderson.

Market courtesy of Sportsbet.com.au
The Block All Stars Winners
$2.50 Dani & Dan

$3.50 Josh & Jenna
$3.75 Mark & Duncan
$4.00 Amity & Phil
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