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13 January 2012, 15:45
The 'Rolling In The Deep' is the current forerunner for the prestigious prize at next months BRITs.
Adele has been named as the odds on favourite to claim the Best Album prize at the BRIT Awards 2012.
The nominations for the awards were named at a ceremony in London last night (12th February) and bookmakers immediately put the 'Someone Like You' singer as their top pick.
Bookmakers William Hill put the the singer at odds of 2/7 for her second studio album '21' - a long way ahead of second place Florence & The Machine's 'Ceremonials' which is at 5/1.
Surprisingly, Ed Sheeran is the outsider for the award at 12/1 with his debut album '+' and recently admitted to Capital FM that he fully expects Adele to take the award at the ceremony in London's O2 Arena on the 21st February.
Voting for all of the categories at this year's BRIT Awards has now opened, including the British Single award, which is voted for by listeners of Capital FM.
Each listener who casts a vote for British Single will be entered into a competition to win a pair of tickets to this year's ceremony.
Find out more details, including the latest news, photos and interviews, about this year's ceremony, as well as a round-up of all the nominees, in our BRIT Awards area.
The ceremony for this year's BRIT Awards will take place at London's O2 Arena on 21st February.
The full list of William Hill's Best Album Odds are as follows:
Adele '21' –
Florence & The Machine 'Ceremonials' – '5/1'
Coldplay 'Mylo Xyloto' – '7/1'
PJ Harvey 'Let England Shake' – 10/1
Ed Sheeran '+' – 12/1