During a chat with Michelle and Victor in the early hours
of Wednesday morning, nominee Nick predicted that he won't
make it to the end of the series.
Having suggested that it will be very close between the three
nominees, he added: "I think my time is up". In
response, Vic told his pal: "It's too tough to call,"
before admitting that he doesn't have a gut reaction about
the likely outcome of the upcoming evictions.
The only thing that former Jungle Cat and Big Brother 5 baddie
Vic would say, was that Michelle Bass basically hasn't
done much to warrant staying.
Earlier in the evening, BB1 cheat Nick told his peers that
Vanessa could be in trouble because she joined the game so
late, so he obviously feels that it will be him and Vanessa
going if it's a double eviction.
Well, it is a double, and although our Poll indicates
that Michelle will be safe at least as far as leaving first
is concerned, it's very close between the three contenders.
Indeed, the bookmakers agree with both Nick and our Poll that
it's going to be a close-run thing.
Should you wish to try and predict which pair will go at
the midweek Double Eviction, the odds are currently 'evens'
for Nick and Vanessa, 'evens' for Michelle and Vanessa, and
7/1 for Michelle and Nick.
It doesn't matter which order they leave in, you are simply
backing a particular pair to go. A £10 bet at evens
would net you a £10 profit (plus your stake back) if
successful, or a £70 profit at 7/1.
So, if you'd like to have a gamble on the outcome of the
Double Eviction, or perhaps a speculative flutter on the Outright
Winner of UBB for a bigger potential profit, visit our Betting
Zone section for links to the online bookies, who are
also giving away Free Bets to all new customers.