Jamie xx is the bookies' favourite for the Mercury Prize this year, with Everything Everything, Wolf Alice and Florence + The Machine also tipped for the award.
The London electronic musician has been given 4/1 odds for his beautiful solo album, In Colour, which was released this year. A win would mark the second Mercury for Jamie Smith - The xx won the Mercury in 2010 for their self-titled debut.
The shortlist of the 12 artists in the running for the prize will be released officially on 16 October, and Ladbrokes have started looking ahead already.
The bookmakers name Everything Everything as second favourites, with odds 7/1, followed by Florence & The Machine and Wolf Alice, who are both at 10/1.
Last year's winners, Young Fathers, have been given 16/1 odds for their second album, White Men are Black Men Too. This would make it their second consecutive win - a first for the competition.
Watch Young Fathers performing at the Mercury Prize 2014 below
Ladbrokes have omitted to place odds on albums that are forthcoming such as Foals, The Libertines and New Order.
The Mercury Prize will be hosted by BBC 4 and BBC 6Music instead of it's usual broadcasting home on Channel 4 as it has been for the last 2 years.
See Ladbrokes' full list of odds for the Mercury Prize 2015 below.
Jamie xx (4/1)
Everything Everything (7/1)
Florence + The Machine, Wolf Alice (10/1)
Blur, Nadine Shah (12/1)
Drenge, Hot Chip, Paul Weller, Stornoway, Young Fathers (16/1)
Andy Stott, East India Youth, Hudson Mohawke, James Bay, Krept & Konan, Laura Marling, Savages, The Vaccines (20/1)
Django Django, Dutch Uncles, FFS, Little Boots, Marina And The Diamonds, Muse, Richard Dawson, Slaves, Sleaford Mods, SOAK, Swim Deep (25/1)
Belle & Sebastian, Du Blonde, Frank Turner, Gaz Coombes, Julio Bashmore, Marc Almond, Peace, Public Service Broadcasting, The Cribs (33/1)
Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds (50/1)
Mumford And Sons (66/1)