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Who Goes Tonight? YOU Decide!

Tonight, having spent a total of eight weeks in the Big Brother House in the case of Science, or just under four weeks in the case of Orlaith, one of that pair will leave at the 8th Eviction of the series.

When the nominees were announced on Tuesday, we thought that Science was more likely to go, mainly because of his terrible behaviour lately. However, we've since established from conversations with fans, that people are genuinely split over this one.

In fact, our Home page Poll reads 50/50 at the time of writing, so it's impossible to call. Therefore, this could be the closest result yet and the outcome will almost certainly be affected by last minute voting on Friday night, in the run-up to the eviction.

Like Jason Cowan last year, Science might be a bit of a handful and act aggressively at times, but he has an army of supporters who want to keep him in. Presumably, those same people think that he can win and will be voting Orlaith out?

Don't get us wrong, Science isn't exactly the model housemate - we're not huge fans and would find it incredible if he won - but he arguably adds more to the show than Orlaith does.

That said, the Belfast babe, famous for putting her knockers on display as much as possible, has become a lot more feisty recently and has also joined-in with the fun antics, something Science is always reluctant to do.

So, we're not saying who we want to go, or even speculating who might go, because we feel that a lot of people will reserve judgment until the 9pm highlights show tonight, and only then will they register their vote. They'll have to be quick!

Usually, this close to an eviction the betting odds are very low as the bookies have a good idea who's going. However, because it's so close this week, when we last checked the betting odds (Thursday pm) for the Next Eviction it was still worth placing a bet, especially if you think that Orlaith is most likely to go.

At 13/8 for Orlaith, a £30 stake would see a return of almost £80, an £80 stake would see a profit of £130 (plus your stake back). You'd have to be fairly sure to back Science to go though, as his odds were 4/9 at last check - you get £4 profit for every £9 staked.

Talking about betting, we've had quite a bit of success predicting the nominees in advance of the nominations taking place each week and have made over £500 so far during BB6, mostly with small bets.

If you'd like to follow our weekly betting action, visit our Betting Zone section for more details, where you can also find-out who we've backed to Win the series.

If you're keen to place a bet and want to go straight to the relevant place, click here to visit the BlueSquare site, where it's quick and easy to sign-up and you can even get a Free £25 bet!

Just head for the Specials/ TV Specials section, but bear in mind that this market is not always there (it's taken off overnight) and the odds change regularly... there's pretty good odds on Derek To Win at the moment though at 10/1, which might be worth a punt?

If that bet came off, you could turn £25 into £250. Surely Derek will be there until the last week now, so it's not a massive gamble really? Mind you, we still think that Kemal is in with a chance and Anthony is the bookies' fave, so it's up to you.

Anyway, who stays and who goes? YOU decide!

The voting telephone and text numbers can be found within another story from Week 8 of our Latest News section.

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