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Can Lisa Survive?

Lisa has been making plans to cook the group a meal next week, but can she last until then, given that she's facing the chop this Friday?

In a word, no. In two words, no way!

Early polls indicate that the "classy Welsh bird with a mastery of the one-inch death punch", is set to leave on Friday and nothing short of Lisa 'taking out' her fellow nominees with just two fingers will stop it.

In fact, even that wouldn't stop it. The public want her out and that's that.

You may recall that Tim 'Comprunde' Culley received 82% of the vote during BB3 and fellow standby contestant Sophie 'Alright Mate' Pritchard received 85%.

We reckon that Lisa is set to get within 5% of 'Sofa and Dim's' figures, making for a pretty conclusive failure to win public favour.

In our view, it's not worth betting on the 8th Eviction - many bookies have closed the book and those who haven't are offering incredibly low odds like 1/33 (you put £33 on, to win an extra pound back!)

However, there's still some fairly decent odds to be had on the 'Overall Winner' being Cameron or Ray, at 7/2 and 5/2 respectively according to our last check.

So, if you were to stake £20 on Ray, you would return £70 if successful. However, just £15 on Cam would see a return of £67.50 if he wins, which is a pretty good bet given that the polls have him as the favourite. A £30 stake on Cam would see a possible £135 back.

Anyway, back to Lisa... if you fancy turning £1 into £100, you may wish to consider backing Lisa to receive the least number of votes this week, as the odds being offered on that market are 100/1.

Then again, if you fancy taking that particular bet, you'd be better off booking yourself into a funny farm, pronto!

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