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Foo Fighters and Muse are the favourites to headline Glastonbury 2016

With the mud settling at Worthy Farm after another Glastonbury Festival, William Hill have revealed their odds on who they think will be heading up the Pyramid Stage in 2016.

Foo Fighters, who had to pull out of this years event because of a broken leg and are rumoured to have already agreed to appear next year, are the clear favourites with odds of 3/1 but Glastonbury regulars and Drone enthusiasts Muse aren’t far behind at 10/1. The current list of odds are below.

3/1 Foo Fighters
10/1 Muse
12/1 Fleetwood Mac
12/1 Oasis
16/1 AC/DC
16/1 Bloc Party
16/1 Daft Punk
16/1 Radiohead
16/1 The Rolling Stones
16/1 The Stone Roses
20/1 Blur
20/1 Ed Sheeran
20/1 Green Day
20/1 Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds
25/1 Coldplay
25/1 Eminem
25/1 Kasabian
25/1 Prince
25/1 The Prodigy
33/1 Alice Cooper
33/1 Arctic Monkeys
33/1 Iron Maiden
33/1 John Legend
33/1 Kate Bush
33/1 Kings of Leon
33/1 REM
33/1 Snoop Dogg
33/1 The Killers
33/1 The Vaccines
33/1 U2
40/1 Mumford and Sons
40/1 The Beach Boys
40/1 The Happy Mondays
50/1 Pink Floyd
50/1 Red Hot Chili Peppers
50/1 Taylor Swift
66/1 Adele
66/1 Beyonce
66/1 David Bowie
66/1 Depeche Mode
66/1 Florence + the Machine
66/1 Led Zeppelin
66/1 Madonna
66/1 Pet Shop Boys
100/1 One Direction
100/1 Def Leppard
100/1 Dr Dre
100/1 Elton John
100/1 Human League
100/1 Kylie
100/1 LMFAO
100/1 Madness
100/1 Mariah Carey
100/1 Meghan Trainor
100/1 Nicki Minaj
100/1 Paul Simon
100/1 Pharrell Williams
100/1 Sam Smith
100/1 Simply Red
100/1 Spandau Ballet
100/1 UB40

While the Foo Fighters had to cancel a handful of shows, including headline slots at Rock Werchter, Glastonbury and two intimate evenings at London’s Wembley Stadium, they’re currently getting ready to return to the road.

The Foo Fighters 20th anniversary concert in Washington D.C. is still going ahead on July 4th, as are all the following tour dates.

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