Get your final bets on Big Brother
It seems a long time since 4th June when this tenth series of Big Brother started. However this week will see a new face interviewed by Davina McCall. 22 contestants have walked into the house and we are now down to the final five. So who's going to win?
Going by the current odds, this will be Sophie (1/3), not only is she the final female left in the show, she also has had to put up with being called "Dogface" by Big Brother in order to become a housemate in one of the silliest ideas in all the previous 10 years. However she has come across as the most genuine housemate and nobody will be surprised if she walks off with the prize money on Friday night.
We must remember however that last year Mikey was a lot shorter to win going into the final night and was beaten by Rachel Rice so shocks can happen on final night. Only this year another odds-on shot Verne Troyer was beaten by Ulrika Jonsson in the celebrity equivalent of the show. So who will provide this year's shock?
Well Siavash (7/2) is second fav, his failure to nominate in recent weeks has split the house and caused arguments and also split the polls and forums. His popularity has gone down in recent weeks and losing his best pal Marcus in last week's eviction seems to have put him vulnerable going into the final few days.
Rodrigo (8/1) is somebody who has been polling well in recent weeks. The Brazilian's main ambition is to meet the Queen. Whether this will materialise is open to question, he did however meet a Queen lookalike in the show and maybe victory here will move him one step closer to his dream.
Geordie Charlie (16/1) has made it into the final five and must feel that he will go close. Having had arguments with Freddie and Marcus in recent weeks, both of these were both evicted after these arguments he must feel that the public is on his side. His BB "form" guide is similar to that of fellow Geordie Anthony Hutton who won the show in 2005.
The outside of the party is David (66/1). David is the only housemate left who hasn't been in the house since opening night. He arrived as part of five new housemates who came into the house on Day 44. His friendship with Lisa was probably the closest, most genuine friendship in the house with both of them spending day and night at the bus stop discussing life! However with Lisa's eviction this week this now leaves David vulnerable and it would be the biggest Big Brother upset of all time if he wins the show on Friday night.