The clever money is heading Walsall's way
Bookmaker William Hill said the level of betting on the Stirling Prize has been in the 'hundreds of pounds' rather than the thousands, but expects it to become as important as the Turner or the Booker Prize. Much of the support among the profession, meanwhile, is tallying with the bookies and heading Walsall's way.
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