Big Brother Betting Odds: Jordan moves into ODDS-ON FAVOURITE to win Big Brother with "legendary" final eviction revealed in last night's live feed!

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Odds are now available for the 2023 Big Brother Final with Jordan the betting favourite to win with the final market now up for the show.

Big Brother Betting Odds: Jordan moves into ODDS-ON FAVOURITE to win Big Brother with "legendary" final eviction revealed in last night's live feed!

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  • Jordan now moves into favourite to win Big Brother in ever-changing market
  • Last night's live show revealed the final person to be evicted
  • Five housemates now remain in the Big Brother house

Jordan now moves into favourite to win Big Brother in ever-changing market

The final betting update for this year's Big Brother is here with the app now open for voting to win the show and UK Betting Sites have once again changed the betting market.

Jordan has now moved into odds-on favourite to win the show after returning to the house following the live eviction on Tuesday night which saw Jenkin and Tom leave the show.

At the time, Harry and Olivia had shortened into the top two in the market to win Big Brother but they've since drifted out with Jordan and Yinrun now 8/15 and 4/1 respectively.

Bet365's latest odds now suggest a 65% chance that Jordan wins the show on Friday night with long-time favourite Yinrun behind him in the market with a 20% probability.

Big Brother To WinOddsProbability
Jordan
8/1565.2%
Yinrun
4/120.0%
Olivia9/218.2%
Henry7/112.5%
Noky50/12.0%
What the expert says...

Jordan is now the odds-on favourite to win this year's Big Brother with the betting market changing once again! Jordan is the third housemate in 4 days to be at the top of the market.

Last night's live show revealed the final person to be evicted

Wednesday night's edition of Big Brother's Late and Live saw host AJ Odudu exclusively reveal that one of the remaining 6 housemates had been evicted.

This led to eager viewers staying up for the live feed on Wednesday night which revealed that Matty had been evicted with viewers having to wait until Thursday to see.

Noky said on the live feed last night that, "“The thing about his exit is that it was legendary and will be remembered for years to come," with the housemates saying he found out during a letter reading from home.

The scenes could well be one of the most iconic evictions of the series and one of the most iconic we've ever seen on Big Brother if the housemates are true.

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Five housemates now remain in the Big Brother house

Just five housemates remain on Big Brother this year with Jordan, Yinrun, Olivia, Henry and Noky the final five for the first ITV series of the show.

16 housemates entered the show originally with Farida Khalifa the first housemate evicted on the show this year way back on October 13th after just 7 days.

Fast-forward more than a month later and we now have our final five housemates that are up against each other to win the show.

NameAge on entryHometown
Chanelle Bowen29Llanelli
Dylan Tennant39Coventry
Farida Khalifa50Wolverhampton
Hallie18London
Henry Southan25Toddington
Jenkin Edwards25Bridgend
Jordan Sangha25Scunthorpe
Kerry Riches40Great Dunmow
Matty Simpson24Isle of Man
Noky Simbani26Derby
Olivia Young23Glasgow
Paul Blackburn23Liverpool
Tom Bryant21Limington
Trish Balusa33Luton (originally from Kinshasa)
Yinrun Huang25Harrogate (originally from Shanghai, China)
Zak Srakaew28Manchester (originally from Thailand)

(via Wikipedia)

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