The Apprentice Betting Odds: Marnie Swindells remains favourite following Week Three's CHAOTIC Cartoons task saw another candidate leave the process!

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The Apprentice Betting Odds: Marnie Swindells remains favourite following Week Three's CHAOTIC Cartoons task saw another candidate leave the process!

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Jake is a Football and Entertainment betting expert, with a Man City season ticket and a deep knowledge of reality TV betting angles

  • Marnie Swindells remains the favourite to win this year's Apprentice
  • Week Three saw second favourite Gregory Ebbs leave the show
  • We look at the full candidates in this year's Apprentice

Marnie Swindells remains the favourite to win this year's Apprentice

Court Advocate Marnie Swindells remains favourite to win this year's series of The Apprentice ahead of Week Four's infamous Discount Task.

The latest betting odds from our betting industry expert see Swindells remain the 7/2 favourite to win the show this year after the the teams mixed for the first time last week.

Joe Phillips is now the clear second favourite according to our betting expert who has him at 5/1 in the market with a 16% chance of winning the show.

The Apprentice 2023 Winner* Odds Probability
Marnie Swindells 7/2 22.2%
Joe Phillips 5/1 16.7%
Megan Hornby 6/1 14.3%
Reece Donnelly 6/1 14.3%

*As bookmakers currently aren't taking bets on this event, odds have been compiled as theoretical probability as assessed by a Senior Trader and odds compiler with 24 years industry experience.

Megan Hornby and Reece Donnelly wrap up the top four in the betting market with 14 candidates still remaining in the process which is set to last for another 9 weeks.

Marnie Swindells stays as the favourite according to our betting expert to win The Apprentice as former second favourite Gregory Ebbs is fired by Lord Sugar in Week Three!

Steve Madgwick - Entertainment Betting Expert - OLBG.com

Week Three saw second favourite Gregory Ebbs leave the show

Former second favourite Gregory Ebbs was the latest contestant to leave The Apprentice after a disastrous Week Three task.

Fans of the show labeled Ebbs departure as 'unfair' due to his performances on earlier tasks but Lord Sugar decided to fire him this week.

Reece Donnelly and Denisha Kaur Bharj were team leader and sub-team leader respectively but were saved by Sugar in the boardroom.

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We look at the full candidates in this year's Apprentice

The full list of contestants for this year's series of the Apprentice sees a whole host of backgrounds and occupations.

Four contestants have already left the show this series with three being fired and one leaving themselves in the boardroom.

Lord Sugar as always will be looking to make big money in his next business investment. 

Apprentice Occupation From Outcome
Brad Johnson Construction North Yorkshire Fired Task 9
Joseph Phillips Safari Guide Worcestershire Fired Task 6
Megan Hornby Confectionary East Yorkshire  
Simba Rwambiwa Sales Birmingham Fired Task 10
Gregory Ebbs Antiques Shropshire Fired Task 3
Shannon Martin Bridal Boutique West Yorkshire Quit Task 2
Avi Sharma Banker London Fired Task 9
Denisha Kaur Bharj Finance Leicestershire Fired Task 4
Emma Browne Account Executive County Kildare, Ireland Fired Task 1
Marnie Swindells Court Advocate London  
Reece Donnelly Talent Agency Glasgow Quit Task 6
Shazia Hussain Recruitment London Fired Task 5
Victoria Goulbourne Pick n Mix sweets Merseyside  
Dani Donovan Hair Extensions Hertfordshire  
Kevin Darcy Accountant Dublin, Ireland Fired Task 2
Mark Moseley Pest Control London Fired Task 8
Rochelle Anthony Hair and Beauty Bedfordshire  
Sohail Chowdhary Martial Arts Southampton Fired Task 7
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