The main difference compared with the others is that Ladbrokes see UCUNF taking South Antrim (8/11, while the DUP is evens).
Ladbrokes have taken the trouble to identify the independent candidates (unlike William Hill, who call them all ('TUV').
So all three main bookies (or rather their customers) share a consensus on most of the constituencies:
- The DUP will retain North Antrim, East Antrim, East Belfast, North Belfast, Lagan Valley, East Derry, Strangford and Upper Bann.
- Sinn Féin will retain West Belfast, Mid Ulster, Newry and Armagh and West Tyrone.
- The SDLP will retain all three of their current seats.
- Sylvia Hermon will easily retain North Down.
- South Antrim and Fermanagh and South Tyrone will be close – there are no clear favourites yet.
Unless the odds change, May 7 could see all 18 of Northern Ireland's constituencies in exactly the same hands as they are in today. At the most, probably only two constituencies will change hands.