An Oasis reunion is looking very likely, according to betting firm Coral.
While Liam Gallagher and estranged brother Noel Gallagher have yet to put their differences to one side, having been locked in a long-running feud, there’s still a chance the warring siblings will come together by 2021.
Bookmaker Coral makes it firmly odds on, at 1-3, that Oasis reunite as a band by the end of next year.
“If it doesn’t happen this year, then 2021 could finally be the year that Liam and Noel put their differences aside and reunite at last and we make it odds on to happen,” said the firm’s Harry Aitkenhead.
And with Glastonbury cancelled this year due to coronavirus, Coral has the Manchester band down for playing the iconic Somerset extravaganza in 2021, with odds at 4-1.
“Glastonbury 2021 will be absolutely huge and you can’t rule out Oasis making an appearance,” added Aitkenhead.
The new odds come a week after Liam “demanded” his brother get in touch so the pair could come together to plan a one-off Oasis concert for a charitable cause.
The former Oasis frontman said he was “sick of pleading” with Noel and all ticket sales would be donated to the NHS.
However, with Noel yet to comment on his involvement in the one-off performance, Liam insisted it would go ahead with or without the High Flying Birds’ frontman.
He admitted while it “may not be the same” without his brother, it would go ahead anyway.
Liam wrote: “Wanna clear a few things up.
“Oasis gig for NHS charity as in all money raised goes to NHS not to me will happen with or without Noel Gallagher.
“It may not be the same but trust me it’ll still blow your knickers off.”