Big Brother's Jordan Sangha has been tipped to take the crown ahead of Friday's (November 17) grand final.
After six weeks, one of the five remaining housemates will walk away with a life-changing £100,000 as they are announced as the winner by presenters AJ Odudu and Will Best. Olivia, Noky, Henry, Yinrun and Jordan were confirmed as this year's finalists after a shocking twist sent Matty packing on Thursday (November 16).
Now, bookies have shared their odds and it's 26-year-old lawyer Jordan. Despite Yinrun being the long-standing favourite, she has now slipped down as low as thirds.
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According to bookmaker Coral, Jordan is the one to beat with odds of 4/7. Olivia is close behind at 11/4, while Yinrun landed at 5/1. Coral's John Hill said: "It has been a whirlwind six weeks for Jordan, who has been in a love triangle, thought he was eliminated at one point, and he has entertained the house with his dry humour.
"We make him odds-on to win this evening's final, with Olivia likely to be his biggest challenger." BetVictor have agreed, placing Jordan in first place with odds of 4/6.
Despite being the betting favourite since the first week, Yinrun’s odds have now slipped to 9/2, making her the third-favourite behind Olivia. According to the site, Olivia represents the biggest threat to Jordan with odds of 3/1. Henry sits in fourth at 7/1 while Noky is tipped to finish last, with odds of 40/1.
Sam Boswell, spokesperson of BetVictor, said: "Henry has been leading the market for the last week, but now Jordan is the frontrunner to win at 4/6. His odds have improved massively since Tuesday, when he was priced at 10/1.
"He has been his witty self for the duration of the show, with great one-liners, and now he’s backed to go all the way.” Olivia has emerged as our second favourite to win at 9/4. When the market first opened, she was priced up at 20/1, but now she’s behind Jordan’s tail at 3/1.
He continued: "She has been one of the best housemates – she has provided comedy, drama, vulnerability and owned her mistakes." Yinrun had been the favourite to win since the first day until this week when Henry knocked her off, and now Jordan and Olivia have. She’s not as popular with the punters now and has drifted significantly to 9/2."
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