Bookies Make Joe Miller Their Odds-On Favourite For Broadchurch Murderer

The bookies have made it clear whom they suspect of being the 'Broadchurch' murderer.

Ahead of the last episode, which airs tonight, Ladbrokes and William Hill have both put Joe Miller, Detective Miller's husband, as the clear favourite of being in the frame - at odds of 4/6.

Behind him in the odds are his own son Tom (3/1) and the creepy vicar, Reverend Coates (6/1).

Did the vicar do it? He's not the favourite, but he's in the final furlong

Did the detectives do it? It seems not, with Detective Miller pitched between 14/1 and 16/1 and the troubled Detective Inspector Hardy at 20/1.

If you fancy an outside flutter, Ladbrokes have made Maggie Radcliffe (newspaper editor), Liz Roper (granny) and Lucy Stevens (Detective Miller's flakey sister) their equal longshot, with odds of 66/1.

In a few hours, we'll know exactly who killed Danny Latimer, and why. In the meantime, THESE are the questions we need answered in the final episode of the TV crime drama that has gripped viewers unlike any other in a long while.

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