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The Oscars 2022 Betting Odds

The highly-anticipated 94th Academy Awards ceremony takes place on the 27th March. We've got odds on all the top categories, so scroll down to see who's favourite today.

See how the nominees are currently rated by the bookies across the main categories at The Oscars for 2022. Our data tracks nominee odds over time, so you can keep track of any changes ahead of the ceremony.

Best Picture Betting Odds:

2021/2022 Best Picture Betting Odds  – Latest Developments on Odds & Favourites:

  • 28th March – CODA wins the Best Picture award.
  • 27th March – The night is finally upon us and we have a new favourite for the Best Picture award. Sian Heder’s CODA replaces The Power of the Dog as the bookies’ favourite to claim Best Picture, a position the latter has held since 18th January.
  • 20th March – With the ceremony just a week away now, CODA’s odds shorten considerably – by 27.73% – while The Power of the Dog slips by 13.13%.
  • 13th March Belfast suddenly falls into third-favourite to pick up this year’s Best Picture award with CODA just edging it. The Power of the Dog extends its lead at the top.
  • 8th February – The favourite to claim the Oscar for Best Picture, The Power of the Dog, extends it’s lead after it picks up 12 nominations for this year’s Academy Awards. West Side Story plummets into third, while Belfast holds its, coming in second with just over a month till the ceremony.
  • 18th January – The Power of the Dog takes the lead for the first time, while West Side Story overtakes Belfast.
  • 7th December – Coming of age film based around The Troubles, Belfast, emerges as the initial favourite for Best Picture, opening up a 9.03% lead over second-favourite, West Side Story. Also in contention are The Power of the Dog and Liquorice Pizza. 

Best Actor Betting Odds:

2021/2022 Best Actor Betting Odds  – Latest Developments on Odds & Favourites:

  • 28th March – Will Smith wins the Best Actor award after punching host Chris Rock live on stage.
  • 8th February – Will Smith remains in the lead to win Best Actor as he is nominated. Javier Bardem enters the fray for his role in Being The Ricardos, but remains least-favourite.
  • 7th December – Will Smith is the out and out favourite for the Best Actor award for his performance in the Serena and Venus Williams biopic, King Richard. 

Best Actress Betting Odd28ts:

2021/2022 Best Actress Betting Odds  – Latest Developments on Odds & Favourites:

  • 28th March – Chatain wins the award for Best Actress.
  • 14th March – Chastain pulls away from Kidman as the gap in implied probablity between the two opens up to 36.1%.
  • 28th February Jessica Chastain overtakes Kidman as favourite for Best Actress for her role in The Eyes of Tammy Faye, a biopic about a former-televangelist turned LGBTQ+ champion.
  • 8th February – Kidman remains in pole position to take the award as she is listed amongst this year’s nominees.
  • 18th January – Nicole Kidman overtakes Kristen Stewart just a month after her latest film, Being The Ricardos, premiers.
  • 7th December – Kristen Stewart’s performance as Princess Diana in Spencer sees her lead the pack for the Best Actress award. Lady Gaga comes in a distant second-favourite for her performance in The House of Gucci. 

Best Supporting Actor Betting Odds:

2021/2022 Best Supporting Actor Betting Odds  – Latest Developments on Odds & Favourites:

  • 28th March – Kutsor claims the award for Best Support Actor for his role in CODA. 
  • 14th March – Kutsor overtakes the Smit-Mcphee for the first time claiming a lead in implied probability of 39.11%.
  • 28th February – Smit-McPhee’s implied probability drops sharply while CODA’s Kutsur closes the gap on the Australian actor.
  • 8th February – Smit-McPhee opens up a 51.92% lead over his nearest rival as the nominees are announced. Troy Kotsur (CODA) and Jesse Plemons (The Power of the Dog) also enter the competition.
  • 18th January – Smit-McPhee extends his lead to become the outright favourite.
  • 21st December – Kodi Smit-McPhee overtakes Ciaran Hinds following the former’s role in The Power of the Dog. 
  • 7th December – The Best Supporting Actor category is comparatively more competitive than the other choices on offer, with Jared Leto (The House of Gucci) just 4.62% ahead of Kodi Smit-McPhee (The Power of the Dog).

Best Supporting Actress Betting Odds:

2021/2022 Best Supporting Actress Betting Odds  – Latest Developments on Odds & Favourites:

  • 28th March – Ariana DeBose makes history as the first queer woman of colour to win an Oscar as she claims the award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in West Side Story. 
  • 8th February – Ariana DeBose opens up a 46.43% lead over her nearest rival, Kirsten Dunst (The Power of the Dog), as the nominees are announced. Judi Dench (Belfast) enters the fray in fourth place, while Jessie Buckley (The Lost Daughter) comes in a distant fifth.
  • 7th December – Catriona Balfe (Belfast) leads this hotly-contested category, with Ariana DeBose (West Side Story) and Aunjanue Ellis (King Richard) coming in second.

Best Director Betting Odds:

2021/2022 Best Director Betting Odds  – Latest Developments on Odds & Favourites:

  • 28th February – Champions claims the award for Best Director for her film, The Power of the Dog. 
  • 8th February – Jane Campion continues her domination of this category, claiming a 79.75% lead over second-favourite, Kenneth Brannagh, following the announcement of the nominees.
  • 7th December – New Zealand-born Jane Campion is the runaway favourite to claim the Best Director award for her film, The Power of The Dog. Kenneth Branagh comes in a distant second for his latest film, Belfast.

About the data

We monitor trends in odds on key markets of interest by tracking a range of UK and international bookmakers. The update frequency varies, but is clearly shown on all our tables and charts. After fetching odds direct from bookies, we convert them to implied probability to make them easier to manage (read more on implied probability and converting from fractional to % probability). We then take the mean average implied probability to get a consensus view across the betting industry. This average implied probability is what we show on our charts and tables.