Celebrity Big Brother Winner Betting Odds: David Potts is now the ODDS-ON FAVOURITE at 4/9 to win TONIGHT'S Celebrity Big Brother FINAL!

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David Potts is the latest favourite to win Celebrity Big Brother with bookies shortening his odds to win the iconic Reality TV show tonight!

Celebrity Big Brother Winner Betting Odds: David Potts is now the ODDS-ON FAVOURITE at 4/9 to win TONIGHT'S Celebrity Big Brother FINAL!

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  • David Potts is the 4/9 favourite with bookmakers to win tonight's Celebrity Big Brother final
  • Louis Walsh drifts out to 5/2 despite spending the past week at the top of the betting market
  • Bradley Riches was the last housemate evicted after dramatic departure on Thursday evening

David Potts is the 4/9 favourite with bookmakers to win tonight's Celebrity Big Brother final

This year's Celebrity Big Brother wraps up this evening, Friday 22 March, with bookies continuing to offer odds on who will be crowned winner of the show tonight.

David Potts has now moved into odds-on favourite to win the show at 4/9 despite being one of the outsiders earlier on in the week, with the market changing considerably in the past 7 days.

We've had Louis Walsh at odds-on himself earlier this week as well as Nikita Kuzmin as a favourite but it looks like bookies are now sticking with David as the market leader to win.

Bet365's latest betting market suggests a 69% chance of Potts winning tonight's final, with Walsh and Kuzmin following behind as second and third favourites in the market respectively.

Celebrity Big Brother WinnerOddsProbability
David Potts
4/969.2%
Louis Walsh5/228.6%
Nikita Kuzmin8/111.1%
Colson Smith
25/13.8%
Fern Britton
28/13.4%
What the expert says...

David Potts has now moved into 4/9 to win Celebrity Big Brother with bookies shortening his odds even further to win the iconic television show!

Jake Ashton - Entertainment Betting Expert - OLBG.com

Louis Walsh drifts out to 5/2 despite spending the past week at the top of the betting market

Louis Walsh has long been favourite to win the show after spending the series being one of the most entertaining housemates, but he's now drifted out to 5/2 in the market.

Walsh's chances of winning now sit at 28% and he's drifted out from being the odds-on favourite at the start of the week.

The former X Factor judge has spent the series slagging off a bunch of celebrity friends that he's known in the past as well as winding up the other housemates due to his laziness in the house.

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Bradley Riches was the last housemate evicted after dramatic departure on Thursday evening

Bradley Riches became the final housemate evicted from the show before the final this evening in a shock backdoor departure on Thursday night.

Heartstopper actor Riches was greeted by presenter AJ Odudu in the garden on Thursday's show, when he was expecting to see a family member instead.

Odudu revealed to Riches that he was the latest celebrity evicted from the Celebrity Big Brother house as the rest of the housemates watched in shock inside the house.

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Jake is our Entertainment betting expert with coverage across a variety of different Entertainment betting markets such as Strictly Come Dancing, Dancing On Ice and much more.

- Jake Ashton, Senior news editor

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