Is Balls Ed-ing for exit?
Labour's Ed Balls is being tipped to supply this election's 'Portillo Moment' by being defeated in his Morley & Outwood constituency.
William Hill make him 8/15 to win, but say that punters are betting on him being beaten by the Conservatives, who are offered at 11/8. 'Tory candidate Anthony Calvert seems to be making a significant impression on voters in the constituency and has been well backed to cause perhaps the highest profile upset of the campaign' said Hill's spokesman Graham Sharpe.
Hills also offer 50/1 Lib Dem; 50/1 Independent.
Charles Clarke is also under threat in his Norwich South seat, which is a four-way marginal, with the Lib Dems 5/4 favourites to take the seat, Clarke 13/8 to hold it, the Tories at 5/1 and the Greens 11/2.
The Greens are odds-on favourites to win Brighton Pavilion where they are now 1/2, with the Tories 5/2; Labour 15/2 and the Lib Dems 16/1.
Scotland'S closest run seat looks set to be Stirling where Hills make Labour even money favourites, Conservatives 2/1; SNP 9/2 and Lib Dems 8/1.