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Who Goes Tonight? YOU Decide!

As you probably know by now, it's Marcus versus Siavash tonight in the penultimate eviction, and we think it's going to be a very close-run thing.

We're not going to list possible reasons for keeping or punting either one, as we've been through that already. We're just going to speculate over why fans might go against each nominee for their recent behaviour. For we feel that the outcome will be decided tonight, and also reckon that the highlights show could be influential.

Regarding Marcus, he undoubtedly became more popular after beating Freddie in a similarly-close eviction a couple of weeks back. Freddie went with 53% of the vote in the end, but there was a late swing in public opinion and it looked like Marcus would be going at the beginning of the week.

However, some fans believe that the man who calls himself the 'irrepressible dark horse' has become a too cocky lately, something he accused Freddie of being towards the end of his stay. Plus, the 35-year-old has become a bit too rude and nasty again, after calming that sort of behaviour down for a while.

Siavash has been up and down as far as his chances in the game are concerned, and it started going wrong for him when he shacked-up with Noirin. However, he seemed to recover from that situation after her eviction, but for the last couple of weeks he has refused to nominate, and frankly, it hasn't done him any favours.

The 23-year-old supposedly abstained because he wants to get to the end on merit. In other words, he doesn't want to 'do a Lisa' i.e. make it to the Final and crow about how well you've done when the public haven't really had a chance to get rid of you. Indeed, Lisa's pride in getting this far is misplaced, as the public have wanted her out all series, so it's not as if she's popular.

Anyway, seeing as the two nominees are roughly 50/50 in the Polls, tonight's highlights show may well influence the fans. We say that because Marcus will be seen refusing to give-up his ponytail to help the group, whereas Siavash agreed to give-up his stylish clothes to get some prize money back after Big Brother took it all away.

On the other hand, Siavash will be seen waffling-on about giving the prize money to charity, which some fans are bound to see as a gameplan. That said, later-on yesterday, Siavash also talked about setting-up a home for underprivileged kids in-order to give them a chance; it sounded pretty genuine to us, even if he's unlikely to do it.

However, if you were to push us into guessing who'll go tonight at the 11th Eviction, we'd say that it will probably be Marcus with at least 53% of the vote. Suffice to say that if you really want rid of one nominee in particular, or indeed wish to try and save the other, you must vote.

Who goes tonight? YOU decide!

You have until around 9.30pm tonight, Friday the 28th of August 2009, to register your vote/s. You can find the voting numbers in Week 12 of our Latest News section. Don't forget to tune-in to the two Channel 4 shows at 9pm and 10.35pm tonight to see who prevails.

And if you haven't voted in the relevant Home page Poll yet, please do-so. We'll start a few new Polls by Saturday morning, and if you have any suggestions for final week Polls, please let us know.

Lastly, as it's gonna' be close again this week, it might be worth having a little gamble on the outcome of the eviction? To check-out the latest odds and get yourself some FREE Bets, just visit our Betting Zone section. It's quick and easy to bet online, even if you've never done-so before.

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