The Abraham Lincoln biopic is tipped to make a sweep at the 2013 Oscars, according to William Hill.
Daniel Day-Lewis is the bookmakers' favourite to win the 'Best Actor' prize in the title role, which would make him the first actor to win the award three times.
The English actor has odds of 1/8 to win the award, followed by Denzel Washington for Flight with 8/1 and Hugh Jackman for Les Misérables with 9/1.
Lincoln is the clear favourite for 'Best Picture' with 1/2 odds, while Les Misérables is the current closest challenger with 4/1.
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Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained is the outsider with odds of 66/1.
Steven Spielberg is also the favourite to win 'Best Director' for Lincoln, with odds of 2/5. Ang Lee follows with 4/1 for Life of Pi.
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Zero Dark Thirty's Jessica Chastain follows with 15/8, while Amour's Emmanuelle Riva has 12/1.
Anne Hathaway is tipped to win 'Best Supporting Actress' for Les Misérables with odds of 1/8, followed by Lincoln's Sally Field with 9/1.
Finally, Lincoln's Tommy Lee Jones is also the favourite for 'Best Supporting Actor', with 11/10 odds. He is followed by The Master's Philip Seymour Hoffman with 5/4.
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