Latest Masters 2014 odds: Bubba Watson slight favorite over Jordan Spieth for Sunday

Andrew Redington

Despite a shaky third round at the Masters, Bubba Watson maintains his status as the favorite, but co-leader Jordan Spieth is not far behind.

With just 18 holes to go in the 2014 Masters, Bubba Watson clings to favorite status at Augusta. Just 24 hours ago, Bubba was a 2/1 favorite ahead of Adam Scott, but now he's just holding off Jordan Spieth, who'll come to the course tomorrow sharing the lead at 5-under.

Spieth is right behind Bubba at 7/2, obviously the farthest he's crept up on the board now that he's locked up his spot in the Sunday final pairing at the biggest event in the game. It's a remarkable week for the 20-year-old, who would be the youngest player ever to win the green jacket. If we're going off Saturday's play, Spieth's the better choice than Bubba, who was leaking oil all day and is lucky to be sharing the lead still at 5-under. Spieth has his shaky moments, to be sure, but so far he's been able to mitigate the bumps.

After the two members of the final pairing comes Matt Kuchar, the Georgia Tech product who's finished inside the top 10 the last two years here. Kuchar is rapidly approach "best player to never win a major" status, and it would seem natural for him to get that first one at Augusta. Kuch is coming in at 4/1, rounding our a trio of Americans who have distinguished themselves as the clear favorites in the oddsmakers' minds.

Here are your final round odds, via Bovada:

Player Odds to win the Masters
Bubba Watson 11/4
Jordan Spieth 7/2
Matt Kuchar 4/1
Jonas Blixt 10/1
Lee Westwood 12/1
Rickie Fowler 12/1
Miguel Angel Jimenez 20/1
Jim Furyk 25/1
Justin Rose 28/1
Thomas Bjorn 28/1
Adam Scott 66/1
Fred Couples 66/1
Ian Poulter 66/1
John Senden 66/1
Kevin Stadler 80/1
Gary Woodland 100/1
Jason Day 150/1
Jimmy Walker 200/1
Rory McIlroy 200/1
Chris Kirk 250/1
Kevin Streelman 250/1
Russell Henley 250/1

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