UK General Election betting tips: Conservatives vs Labour odds, offers & predictions

UK General Election prediction: Conservatives to win

This article focuses on 2019 UK General Election betting tips.

The UK General Election will be held on Thursday, December 12, 2019.

Polling stations open at 7 am in the UK, while they close at 10 pm.

UK General Election betting tips: Labour to win odds

After Brexit, many people in England are skeptical of polls, predictions and forecasts before any political vote.

That being the case, many will head into Thursday willing Labour and Jeremy Corbyn into Downing Street.

The good news for punters is that means there are long odds on a Labour win.

The shortest odds on a Labour victory are 10/1, while the best odds are 14/1.

A list of the current betting odds and offers on Labour winning the 2019 UK General Election are below.






UK General Election betting tips: Conservatives to win odds

According to the bookies, Boris Johnson’s Conservatives are a shoo-in to win the election.

The shortest odds on a Tory victory are 1/40, while the best odds are 1/20.

Most of the bookies have the Conservatives priced at either 1/25 or 1/33.

A list of the current betting odds and offers on the Conservatives to win the 2019 UK General Election are below.






More betting odds: Lid Dem, Brexit Party & Green Party

Can any of the other parties breakthrough to win the 2019 UK General Election?

According to the bookies, that’s super unlikely.

The Liberal Democrats are the third biggest party in Britain.

The longest odds on the Lib Dems winning the election are 300/1, while the shortest odds are 50/1.

As for the Brexit Party, the consensus opinion is that they are 500/1 to win the election.

No-one is giving the Green Party much hope either. Punters can get 1000/1 for the Green Party to win.






Tips & Odds: Will Conservatives or Labour win a majority?

There are 650 constituencies in the UK.

That means that if the Conservatives or Labour win at least 326 seats, they’ll secure a majority in the House of Commons.

What if neither Tories or Labour win 326 seats? That result is called a Hung Parliament.

In a Hung Parliament, the party with the most MPs forms a government by going into coalition with a smaller party.

Some bookies appear rather bullish (5/18) on the Conservatives winning a majority in the 2019 General Election.

Meanwhile, the best odds on a Labour majority is 28/1.

As for no overall majority, the bookies are offering some enticing odds on a Hung Parliament.







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