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England World Cup star Harry Kane stays favourite for Sports Personality of the Year

Harry Kane (credit: Dan Mullan/Getty Images)

England striker Harry Kane remains the favourite to win BBC Sports Personality of the Year for 2018, but the bookmakers believe that position will be challenged during the next few months.

Kane is an Even-money favourite with William Hill to land the award after winning the Golden Boot at the 2016 World Cup, but he has cycling star Geraint Thomas hot on his heels at 5/2 after the Team Sky man became the third British rider to win the prestigious Tour de France.

Unbeaten world heavyweight boxing champion Anthony Joshua returns to action in September and could shorten from his current price of 10/1 if he successfully defends his belts at Wembley Stadium, while Lewis Hamilton is likely to see his odds come in from 14/1 the longer he sits atop the Formula 1 Drivers’ Championship standings.

“We still have a few months of the year left to witness more sporting brilliance,” William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly told Bettingpro.com.

“But even now, the top of the betting is packed with quality.”

Latest William Hill Odds

BBC Sports Personality of the Year: 1/1 Harry Kane; 5/2 Geraint Thomas; 10/1 Anthony Joshua; 14/1 Lewis Hamilton; 20/1 Jordan Pickford; 20/1 Lizzy Yarnold; 40/1 Chris Froome; 40/1 Harry Maguire; 40/1 Jonathan Rea; 40/1 Mark Williams; 40/1 Rory McIlroy; 50/1 BAR


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England World Cup star Harry Kane stays favourite for Sports Personality of the Year

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