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Big Brother Odds: Trish Favourite To Be Next Housemate Evicted

Check out the latest Big Brother odds after a week of drama in the house as housemates are being punished for discussing nominations.

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Yinrun is now the odds-on 4/5 favourite here at BoyleSports to be crowned this year’s Big Brother winner. That comes after a dramatic week in the Big Brother house which now sees three housemates go forward for the third Live eviction after housemates broke the rule of not discussing nominations.

However, it hasn’t all been plain sailing for the hot favourite from Harrogate. She was sent to jail by Big Brother as punishment for discussing nominations. That rule break landed Dylan in hot water and sees him now one of three up for eviction on Friday.

After Yinrun there is a big drop off in the outright betting odds to the second favourites. Jordan is the first of two co-second favourites at 11/2 odds. Olivia is the other co-second favourite, also at odds of 11/2 to win this year’s show and walk away with a cool £100,000.

Just behind them in the betting for this year’s show winner is Chanelle who comes in at 6/1 in the outright odds. There is another big drop in the odds after Chanelle to Dylan and Jenkin who are both 16/1 shots to win Big Brother 2023.

Big Brother Eviction Odds

After receiving a total of five nominations from her fellow housemates, Trish is now the 8/11 favourite to get the chop this Friday. With four nominations each, Hallie is 15/8 while Dylan is 4/1 to be the third housemate evicted.

Lawrence Lyons, spokesperson for BoyleSports said:

“Yinrun’s innocent mistake hasn’t done anything to affect her chances of going all the way with Big Brother fans rallying to support her after she was flung in jail.”

“Her rule break may have landed Dylan in a bit of bother, but the odds look like he’ll come out unscathed with Trish the hot favourite to get the chop on Friday.” 

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