Can a Brit win in Shanghai but will it be Westwood?
Luke Donald and Paul Casey have both had their odds cut by William Hill following support in the build up to the WGC - HSBC. Casey is now 16/1 (from 20/1) and Donald is 18/1 from 22/1. Last year's winner Phil Mickelson is the 11/1 second favourite behind 7/1 Tiger Woods.
"Lee Westwood has been grabbing all the headlines this week, but the British pairing of Donald and Casey have been strongly backed by our punters to prove that they are not going to sit quietly in Lee's shadow," said Hill's spokesman Joe Crilly.
The new World number 1, Lee Westwood, will be hoping to extend his lead at the top by winning in China and he is priced at 18/1 to do so. Of the contenders for the number one spot, Westwood is 11/4 to come out on top, with Tiger Woods the 11/5 favourite, Kaymer 11/4 and Mickelson 13/5.
William Hill Golf Odds:
Woods vs Westwood - Who Will Finish Higher: 4/6 Woods; 11/10 Westwood
Number One Contenders - Who Will Finish Higher: 11/5 Woods; 11/4 Westwood; 11/4 Kaymer; 13/5 Mickelson
Which Of The Major Winners Will Finish Higher: 2/1 Mickelson; 9/4 Kaymer; 5/2 McDowell; 4/1 Oostuizen
It is 25/1 for Woods and Westwood to be in final pair on final day.
William Hill HSBC Champions Tournament Outright: 7/1 Tiger Woods; 11/1 Phil Mickelson; 16/1 Luke Donald; 16/1 Martin Kaymer; 18/1 Paul Casey; 18/1 Lee Westwood; 22/1 Ernie Els; 25/1 Graeme McDowell; 25/1 Rory McIllroy; 25/1 Nick Watney; 33/1 Padraig Harrington; 33/1 Adam Scott; 35/1 Rickie Fowler; 35/1 Reteif Goosen; 40/1 BAR