Award season is upon us and in just a few hours it will be punctuated by perhaps the greatest awards ceremony in the world: The Oscars. Nothing screams suspense than Sunday night’s ceremony in Hollywood. Will it be Birdman or Boyhood for Best Picture? Can Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu edge out Richard Linklater for Best Director? Will there be any surprises in the acting categories?

All those questions and more will be answered tonight, and both European as well as Las Vegas bookmakers are banking on the fact that many of these decisions are already known. Rarely do underdogs and long shots take home Academy Awards, and the oddsmakers know this. The biggest long shot in the past decade was when Ang Lee won Best Director in 2013 at 9 to 1. More than 90 percent of the time, the odds on favorite takes home the prize.

Whether you are gambling on some of your favorite stars tonight, or simply want to win your office and/or Oscars party pool, we have the answers for you. Start by printing out your official ballot which you can download here and look at the odds below. Our predictions are in bold. Good luck and remember those magic words, “And the Oscar goes too…”

Betting Odds Courtesy of Bovada.lv:

Best Picture:

Birdman – 4/9
Boyhood - 8/5
American Sniper – 9/1
The Imitation Game – 33/1
Selma – 40/1
The Grand Budapest Hotel – 50/1
Theory of Everything – 66/1
Whiplash – 66/1

Best Director:

Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu (Birdman) –1/2
Richard Linklater (Boyhood) – 6/5
Wes Anderson (The Grand Budapest Hotel) – 25/1
Bennett Miller (Foxcatcher) – 50/1
Morten Tyldum (The Imitation Game) – 50/1

Best Actor:

Eddie Redmayne (The Theory of Everything) – 2/7
Michael Keaton (Birdman) - 3/1
Bradley Copper (American Sniper) – 7/1
Benedict Cumberbatch (The Imitation Game) – 28/1
Steve Carell (Foxcatcher) – 50/1

Best Actress:

Juliane Moore (Still Alice) – 1/50
Reese Witherspoon (Wild) – 12/1
Rosamund Pike (Gone Girl) – 25/1
Felicity Jones (The Theory of Everything) – 40/1
Marion Cotillard (Two Days One Night) – 50/1

Best Supporting Actor:

JK Simmons (Whiplash) – 1/50
Edward Norton (Birdman) – 12/1
Mark Ruffalo (Foxcatcher) – 16/1
Ethan Hawke (Boyhood) – 33/1
Robert Duvall (The Judge) – 33/1

Best Supporting Actress:

Patricia Arquette (Boyhood) – 1/50
Emma Stone (Birdman) – 14/1
Keira Knightley (The Imitation Game) – 25/1
Laura Dern (Wild) – 25/1
Meryl Streep (Into the Woods) – 25/1

Best Adapted Screenplay:

The Imitation Game – 2/5
Whiplash – 5/2
The Theory of Everything – 5/1
American Sniper – 16/1
Inherent Vice – 33/1

Best Original Screenplay:

The Grand Budapest Hotel – 4/9
Birdman – 3/2
Boyhood – 12/1
Foxcatcher – 50/1
Nightcrawler – 50/1

Best Animated Feature Film:

How to Train Your Dragon 2 – 1/4
Big Hero 6 – 5/2
Song of the Sea – 16/1
The Tale of the Princess Kaguya – 16/1
The Boxtrolls – 18/1

Best Foreign Film:

Ida (Poland) – 2/5
Leviathan (Russia) – 11/5
Wild Tales (Argentina) – 8/1
Timbuktu (Mauritania) – 25/1
Tangerines (Estonia) – 33/1

Best Documentary Feature:

CitizenFour – 1/8
Virunga – 4/1
Finding Vivian Maler – 14/1
Last Days in Vietnam – 25/1
The Salt of the Earth – 25/1

Best Score:

The Theory of Everything (Johann Joannsson) – 4/7
The Grand Budapest Hotel (Alexandre Desplat) – 7/5
The Imitation Game (Alexandre Desplat) – 10/1
Interstellar (Hans Zimmer) – 12/1
Mr. Turner (Gary Yershon) – 50/1

Best Original Song:

Glory (Selma) – 1/5
Everything is Awesome (The Lego Movie) – 4/1
I’m Not Gonna Miss You (Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me) – 9/1
Lost Stars (Begin Again) – 10/1
Grateful (Beyond the Lights) – 33/1

Best Costume Design:

The Grand Budapest Hotel – 1/10
Into The Woods – 9/2
Maleficient – 12/1
Mr. Turner – 20/1
Inherent Vice – 25/1

Best Animated Short Film:

Feast – 1/4
The Dam Keeper – 7/2
The Bigger Picture – 6/1
A Single Life – 20/1
Me and my Moulton – 20/1

Best Live-Action Short Film:

The Phone Call – 4/9
Boogaloo and Graham – 3/1
Butter Lamp – 6/1
Parvaneh – 8/1
Aya – 12/1

Best Production Design:

The Grand Budapest Hotel – 1/12
Into The Woods – 5/1
Mr. Turner – 12/1
Interstellar – 22/1
The Imitation Game – 25/1

Best Visual Effects:

Interstellar – 1/5
Dawn of the Planet Of The Apes – 11/4
Guardians of the Galaxy – 7/1
X-Men: Days of Future Past – 40/1
Captain America: The Winter Soldier – 50/1

Best Cinematography:

Birdman – 1/12
The Grand Budapest Hotel – 5/1
Ida – 16/1
Unbroken – 16/1
Mr. Turner 33/1

Best Makeup and Hairstyling:

The Grand Budapest Hotel – 1/7
Guardians of the Galaxy – 7/2
Foxcatcher – 8/1

Best Film Editing:

Boyhood – 1/5
Whiplash – 13/5
American Sniper – 10/1
The Grand Budapest Hotel – 25/1
The Imitation Game – 25/1

Best Documentary Short:

Crisis Hotline – N/A
Joanna – N/A
Our Curse – N/A
The Reaper – N/A
White Earth – N/A

Best Sound Editing:

American Sniper – N/A
The Hobbit – N/A
Interstellar – N/A
Birdman – N/A
Unbroken – N/A

Best Sound Mixing:

American Sniper – N/A
Whiplash – N/A
Interstellar – N/A
Birdman – N/A
Unbroken – N/A