What a tremendous year for British sport. The last few months, from Bradley Wiggins' victory at the Tour De France to Andy Murray's famous win at the US Open, it has been a massively successfull time.
The Olympics and Paralympics have played their part to of course and everybody is now discussing who will be named the Sports Personality of the year.
Normally, there are one or two front runners, but this year, it really is tough to call. Only one person can take the prize and if we are being honest, narrowing it down to ten people to vote for is going to be difficult enough.
The betting odds are worth a look though and at the moment, it is Wiggins that is the favourite at 4/5. Not only did he make history by winning the Tour de France, but he took a Gold medal at the London 2012 Olympics.
Murray is then the second favourite after his Olympic gold, Australian and Wimbledon final apperance and US Open success. He has had quite the year and will surely be in the top three. The Scotsman is 5/2 to win.
You then have Mo Farah, the double Olympic Champion. He is available at 3/1 and will definitely be a popular winner if he manages to fight of his contenders.
These three are definitely the front runners, but you also have the likes of Jessica Ennis, David Weir, Ellie Simmonds, Chris Hoy and Rory McIlroy.
With several Gold medals between them, Sarah Storey, Jonnie Peacock and Ben Ainslie are over 100/1 to win and this shows the strength of the contenders this year.
There are plenty of other Olympians involved too. In fact, there are too many to mention. One thing for sure is that it should be a fantastic night, celebrating the best of British sport.