Michelle Keegan (+125)
The Coronation Street star has never cracked the Top 25 in her last three appearances on FHM's Sexiest list, but oddsmakers and voters believe this is her year.
Mila Kunis (+188)
Kunis may not be the overall favorite to win Sexiest Woman but she's definitely the coolest chick on the planet.
Nicole Scherzinger (+500)
The former Pussycat Dolls singer and X-Factor judge may have peaked at No. 9 in 2011. She dropped to No. 42 on last year's list. But, she's the third overall fave in 2013.
Kate Upton (+800)
The current SI Swimsuit cover girl is giving great value at +800. She came in at No. 23 last year - her first time ranked on FHM's list.
Jennifer Lawrence (+1,000)
Jennifer Lawrence is the newest Hollywood "It Girl" with oscar-quality acting and smoking-hot looks as well.
Georgia Salpa (+1,000)
Salpa, an Irish-Greek model, broke through on the reality show Big Brother in the UK and finished No. 5 on last year's list. She's plastered every where on FHM's website so there could be good value at 10-1.
Emma Stone (+1,600)
She's come a long way since Superbad. Stone is currently working on the next Spider-Man movie and ranked No. 37 in FHM's Sexiest list in 2011.
Kelly Brook, Rihanna (+2,000)
Brook was 2005's Sexiest Woman and is a veteran of these lists, going back to 1998. Rihanna hit No. 3 for the second straight year in 2012. Can she get over the hump in 2013?
Irina Shayk, Frankie Sandford (+2,500)
These two lovelies are among the five contenders sitting at 25-1 odds, including FHM's vets Cheryl Cole and Tulisa Contostavlos - who finished No. 2 and No. 1 respectively last year.
Megan Fox, Rosie Jones (+3,300)
Fox and Jones ranked No. 7 and No. 4 on the 2012 Sexiest list and are among six women set at 33-1, including Olivia Munn, Emma Watson, Helen Flanagan and Keeley Hazell.
Millie Mackintosh, Katy Perry (+4,000)
Mackintosh and Perry are among five contenders priced at 40-1. Olympian Jessica Ennis, Mollie King and Daisy Lowe share those odds.
Miranda Kerr, Scarlett Johansson (+5,000)
Looking for long-shot value? How about these two? Kerr and Scar-Joe are priced at 50-1 along with Beyonce, Pippa Middleton and Laura Whitmore.
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FHM Sexiest Woman In The World 2015 Prop Odds
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Can bettors blame their losing wagers on these red-hot WAGs?
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"Miranda Kerr, Scarlett Johansson "
These two teams have now played FIVE of their last six games over the total when playing in Anaheim...
My free play is on Anaheim/Tampa Bay Over at 10:35 ET.
Anaheim rallied from a 2-1 deficit in the third period to defeat Winnipeg 4-2 in the opening game of this series. The Ducks' top-line of Corey Perry and Ryan Getzlaf got rolling in that final period, as Perry scored twice while assisting on Getzlaf's goal that ended the game. It is hard not to conclude from that onslaught that Anaheim's superstars are a level above and beyond the capable but unspectacular set of defensemen that the Jets have to offer. The dilemma for the Jets’ head coach Paul Maurice is that if he focuses too much of his players and energies on that dynamic duo of Perry and Getzlaf, that will open up opportunities for Ryan Kesler who anchors a very powerful second line for the Ducks. The over is now 12-4-6 in Anaheim's last 22 games in the Western Conference quarterfinals after Game 1 of this series finished over the toatl of five. The over is also 5-1-1 in the Ducks' last seven home games against teams with a losing record on the road. Goalie Frederik Andersen was up to the task in the opening game by stopping 25 of the 27 shots Winnipeg peppered him. However, Andersen remains a question mark between the pipes given that he had a mediocre 2.56 goals against average and .906 save percentage after the All-Star break prior to Thursday's game. If it were not for John Gibson's upper body injury, Andersen may not have been head coach Bruce Boudreau's choice to be in net to begin this series. Gibson will be ready to go sometime during this series which means Andersen will be looking over his shoulder. He can blow up at any time in this series.
Winnipeg will likely play this game fast-and-loose after blowing that 2-1 lead on Thursday. Stealing Game 2 of this series remains a luxury rather than a necessity for this team, which should remain confident that it can win this series despite being an 8-seed. The Jets have now played NINE of their last 13 road games over the number against teams with a winning percentage over .600 on their home ice. However, the concern this team has but will not dare mention out loud is that goalie Ondrej Pavelec has lost his magic after an incredible second half of the season, where he culminated his 1.98 goals against average and .932 save percentage with three straight shutouts on the road. While Pavelec's play definitely put his team in a position to win the opening game of this series, the fact remains he gave up four goals on just 33 shots. His Game 1 numbers are reminiscent of his unspectacular 2.86 goals against average and .908 save percentage career numbers that he began this series with rather than the lightning in the bottle numbers he put up in the second half of the season after winning his job back from backup Michael Hutchinson. These two teams have now played FIVE of their last six games over the total when playing in Anaheim. Expect another game to finish over the number in Game 2 of this series. Take the over.
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