Race Across The World Betting Odds: Alfie & Owen are the latest favourites to win this year's Race Across The World after moving into FIRST PLACE!

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Best friends Alfie & Owen are now the evens favourites to win the Race Across The World with the hit BBC series hitting the penultimate leg of the race this week.

Race Across The World Betting Odds: Alfie & Owen are the latest favourites to win this year's Race Across The World after moving into FIRST PLACE!

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Jake Ashton Senior News Editor

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

  • Alfie & Owen are now the favourites to win Race Across The World after another change in the race
  • Season Four sees the teams race from Japan to Indonesia to win £20,000
  • Four teams remain in the show after Brydie & Sharon were the first eliminated earlier in the series

Alfie & Owen are now the favourites to win Race Across The World after another change in the race

This year's Race Across The World continues in dramatic fashion this week with three of the four teams waiting to get an overnight ferry to the next checkpoint.

Lifelong friends Alfie Watts and Owen Wood were seen as the only team reaching the checkpoint in last week's show which will give them a massive lead.

The other teams still in the show were seen in Pekanbaru in Indonesia waiting for a transfer to Bukittinggi, with Betty and James taking an overnight bus from Dumai to the checkpoint.

Alfie and Owen now have a 50% chance of winning the show as we reach the penultimate leg this week with the competition getting more and more intense.

Race Across The World Series 4 Winners*OddsProbability
Alfie & Owen
1/150.0%
Eugenie and Isabel2/133.3%
Stephen & Viv
3/125.0%
Betty & James
4/120.0%

*As bookmakers currently aren't taking bets on this event, odds have been compiled as theoretical probability from an entertainment perspective only and come from an industry expert

What the expert says...

OLBG have looked at the main contenders for this year's Race Across The World with the BBC series continuing this week! We've seen a massive turnaround with Alfie and Owen now the clear favourites to win after impressive legs have seen them have a massive lead in this year's race.

Jake Ashton - Entertainment Betting Expert - OLBG.com

Season Four sees the teams race from Japan to Indonesia to win £20,000

This year's Race Across The World is the fourth series of the hit BBC show and sees five teams battle against each other to win £20,000.

Each team is given a budget of £1,390 per person which will help them with travel and food, but they have to learn how to budget and even work jobs across their trip for more money.

9 episodes of the series will air in total with the 8 episodes of the actual race and then a special reunion episode to wrap up another exhilarating series.

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Four teams remain in the show after Brydie & Sharon were the first eliminated earlier in the series

One couple are already out of the Race Across The World with the third episode seeing the team finishing last on the leg eliminated.

Mother and Daughter duo Sharon and Brydie Bailey were the first eliminated after finishing in last place in the third leg which followed last place finishes in the first two legs too.

The full list of teams, ages and their relationships in the Race Across The World are shown below, with red indicating they have been eliminated:

NameRelationshipAge
SharonMother and daughter52
Brydie Bailey25
EugenieMother and daughter60
Isabel25
Alfie WattsLifelong friends20
Owen Wood20
StephenHusband and wife61
Viv65
James MukherjeeBrother and sister21
Betty Mukherjee25

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