There isn’t any.
Or at least, not much.
It may well be that the prospect of a DUP/SF/UUP/SDLP/AP coalition replacing the present DUP/SF/UUP/SDLP/AP coalition is failing to ignite the market, but to date the big boys are not even bothering this time to issue odds, leaving us with A McClean to help us out with a few choice, or, even one may say, idiosyncratic offers.
Overall, he’s presently looking at 33/34 Dupes, 7/8 Alliance, 28/29 Shinners, 17/18 UUP, 17/18 SDLP and 3-5ish others.
As I said, idiosyncratic and when the bookies are starting to offer “idiosyncratic”, then you know it’s more than high time to have a word with our trusty mate, Mr Paypal.
Individual constituencies are also presently offering good value; a prime example being North Down with a DUP 3/UUP 1/ All 1/Grn 1 at 4/1.
I’m not sure if they’re trying an initial loss-leader set of odds (a favourite trick of Paddy Powers in political betting) to kick start things off, but whatever, if you fancy making a few easy bob (heh! The Incorrigible Gambler’s favourite phrase) then I suggest you head over there quick before everyone else realises what’s going on.
The O’Neill family’s house-keeping has just been put on an E. Belfast DUP 3/All 1/UUP 1/Ind 1 at 6/1 but Mick Fealty would probably like me to also mention at this juncture that Slugger will accept no responsibility for any dosh irresponsibily lost due to this post…