Conservatives appear to be the bookies’ favourites in Lincoln as the country goes to polls for Thursday’s general election.
The Lincoln MP seat is a tightly fought marginal and bookmakers are offering odds on both the race to become the country’s next Prime Minister and who will win the seat in the city constituency.
Conservatives seem to be the favourites for Lincoln for several bookies at the time of writing.
According to Sky Bet’s ‘2019 Election – Constituency Betting’, Conservatives are the favourite at odds of 4/7 at the time of writing.
Labour are second favourite at 5/4 with Liberal Democrats at 100/1.
William Hill also have odds for the ‘Lincoln – Seat Winner’, with Conservatives favourites at 4/6 and Labour in second at 11/10 at the time of writing. The Brexit Party appears at 40/1 despite the Lincoln candidate Reece Wilkes standing down after the Lincoln Debate on Monday, December 9.
Liberal Democrats are next on the list at 100/1.
According to Coral, the Tories are also favourites for the Lincoln constituency at 4/6, with Labour at odds of 11/10.
The Brexit Party can be backed at 50/1, while the Green Party, Liberal Democrats and Rob Bradley (independent) are all at odds of 100/1. The Liberal Party are last in the list at 200/1.