La La Land backed off the boards for 2017 Oscars glory

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La La Land is being well-backed for repeat success at the Oscars next month, according to the latest odds. 

After picking up a record-breaking seven Golden Globes overnight, punters have piled into La La Land’s chances of adding to its awards season haul.

So much so that it’s now long odds-on at 1/4 the film scoops Best Picture at the Oscars.

We’ve also priced up a number of La La Land specials with 11/10 available for the hit musical to scoop over eight wins at the 89th Academy Awards.

Meanwhile, it’s 20/1 for the film to beat the record for most Oscar wins (currently 11) and just 5/1 for the Damien Chazelle picture to equal the record number of nominations (14).

Elsewhere, it’s 10/1 for La La Land to follow-up with Best Picture, Director, Actor and Actress gongs.

Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: “Punters have gone gaga for La La and it’s already looking impossible to see the film missing out on the main Oscars gong.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting:

Oscars 2017 – Best Picture

La La Land – 1/4

Moonlight – 5/1

Manchester by the Sea – 8/1

Fences – 16/1

20/1 bar

La La Land Specials

Number of wins over 8 – 11/10

La La Land to EQUAL the record for most nominations (currently 14) – 5/1

La La Land to BEAT the record for most wins (currently 11) – 20/1

La La Land to win Best Picture, Director, Actor and Actress – 10/1

Click here for a full list of 2017 Oscars odds and La La Land specials.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing

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