Big Brother Betting: Latest Odds On Who Will Win Big Brother 2023

Date IconLast Updated: 17 Nov 2023
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Big Brother Betting: Latest Odds On Who Will Win Big Brother 2023

After six weeks in the Big Brother house, one lucky housemate will win the series and scoop £100,000 on Friday night's finale. 

The 20th series of the reality TV show was the first on ITV, and the return of the programme after five years away from our screens appears to have been a huge success.

A number of housemates have been favourite on UK betting sites to win the series in the past six weeks, but there is now one clear market leader ahead of the live final. 

Jordan was the subject of a shock "eviction" earlier this week, alongside Tom and Jenkin, only for Big Brother to reveal to the trio that they would be living in the spare room and watching their housemates via video link. 

But on Tuesday night, they headed back to the Big Brother garden and viewers voted Jenkin and Tom off the show, leaving Jordan to return to the house. 

On Thursday night's episode, Big Brother threw one more shock twist into the house by sending Matty home. 

The housemates were emotional as they received their letters from home, and Matty's note was the final one to be read out by a housemate of his choosing. 

He picked Yinrun, who read out the letter from home, but the final parts of the note were from Big Brother and it said his time in the house was "now over". 

It left the housemates bemused as to whether it was real or not, but when they realised, some were inconsolable. 

The series began with 16 contestants, and after numerous ups and downs - including furious bust ups, tears, tantrums, and a love triangle - just one episode remains. 

Jordan Odds-On For Big Brother Glory 

Jordan is now 1/2 favourite on specials betting sites to win this year's series after a dramatic week for the star. 

He started the series as a 16/1 chance, and was even a massive 11/1 outsider just this week, but his dry humour and wit appears to have played a part in fans keeping him in the house. 

One of Jordan's highlights of the series has been his growing romance with fellow housemate Henry, who was left distraught when he thought Jordan had been evicted earlier this week. 

The pair - who have become known as "Jenry" by Big Brother super-fans - appeared to be involved in a love triangle with Matty early on in the series, but Jordan eventually quashed that, and he and 

Henry started smooching - they haven't really stopped since. 

Henry has also been favourite to win the show recently, and he was just 2/1 second favourite on Monday. 

But a week is a long time in the Big Brother house, and despite getting his good pal back, that has hampered Henry's chances of winning the show. 

The star has now massively drifted to 14/1 and he looks to be out of the running. 

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Olivia Vs Yinrun For Runner Up? 

Yinrun has spent the most time out of any of this year's housemates as favourite to win the show with Bet365.

But she has fallen away in the final couple of weeks, just at the wrong time. 

Yinrun opened up as a 12/1 chance to win the series and the £100,000 in early October, the same price as Kerry, Tom and Zak, who have all since been evicted. 

Within a couple of weeks that looked to be real value as Yinrun's price continued to drop by the day, and she touched odds-on at several times throughout the series. 

But her price has taken a tumble in the final week, and after beginning the week as a 7/4 shot, she is now out to 4/1.

It now looks to be a race for the runners-up spot between Yinrun and Olivia. Olivia was propping up the market as a 33/1 outsider when the series began, so she will no doubt be pleased to make the final. 

In recent days, it looked as though she had a chance of winning the series, and while she still could, a silver medal appears more likely. 

Olivia is also 4/1 to triumph, but it will be a tall order to overcome Jordan.

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Noky's Outside Chance 

UK bookmakers clearly don't think Noky has much of a chance of victory. 

She is propping up the market at 50/1 with BoyleSports, nearly double the 28/1 price she began the week at. 

Noky started the series in the midfield of the market at 14/1, but it looks unlikely that she will get much closer to the £100,000 prize if her latest price is anything to go by. 

It would be one of the biggest reality TV shocks of all time if Noky was to win the series, judging by her odds on betting apps just hours before the finale.

However, it has been a series of twists and turns, so one more in the live final would be a fitting way to end what has been a brilliant Big Brother comeback this year.