Free tips Reality TV: Big Brother Betting Predictions

Friday 5th October update

Friday night saw Isaac Jagroop evicted from the Big Brother house followed by the introduction of two new housemates. Namely Isabella Farnese a horse rider from Great Yarmouth and Hussaun Ahmed a fame hungry psychotherapist from London with delusions of grandeur. Isabella is currently trading at 16/1 while Hussain can be backed at 85/1+ on the Betfair betting exchange.

Meanwhile at the top of the Big Brother betting odds it’s very tight between Lewis F, Zoe, Akeem and Cian so it’s still anyone’s guess as to who will win Big Brother 2018.

Friday 28th September update

The second eviction saw Lewis G reluctantly leave the Big Brother house ahead of his fellow rival Lewis F.  He donated his ‘Big Coins’ to housemate  Isaac who now benefits by topping the leader board ahead of Akeem.

Here are the latest betting odds on Who Will Win Big Brother…

  • 3/1 Zoe Jones
  • 7/2 Lewis F
  • 5/1 Tomasz Wania
  • 6/1 Akeem Griffiths
  • 10/1 Cameron Cole
  • 12/1 Cian Carrigan
  • 12/1 Sian Hamshaw
  • 25/1 Brooke Berry
  • 33/1 Kay Lovelle
  • 50/1 Kenaley Amos-Sissons
  • 50/1 Isaac Jagroop

Who will win Big Brother 2018?

Monday 24th September – Betfinder’s Big Brother Betting Preview

Big Brother, the civilian version, started over a week ago when fourteen unknown wannabes entered the house before the Channel 5 cameras all hoping to be the 19th and possibly the last ever winner of the series which set out its life in the year 2000 on Channel 4 when won by handyman Craig Phillips. 18 years on and it’s not got any easier to come up with some reliable Big Brother betting predictions.

Suffice to say selecting a winner from 14 unknown candidates, of all shapes, sizes and sexual orientations and aged between 18 and 32, without any previous form is no easy job.

Thankfully two contestants have already left, one eliminated on Friday, one removed for racist tweets posted four years ago when they were aged 15!  But narrowing the field, which numbers just 12, is still no easy task.

Nothing between the dirty dozen

Even shopping around for the very best prices from the firms offering Big Brother betting odds – bet365*, Ladbrokes, William Hill, Coral, Betfred and Betfair – you will still find five contestants currently trading at 10/1 or less.

Only 24-year-old Kenaley Amos-Sissons and Isaac Jagroop, who has been involved in a fair degree of arguments to date, look like no hopers. They are available at 40/1 apiece in the Big Brother betting odds over at Betfred.

With the Big Brother betting odds so tight – it’s 31-year-old Polish immigrant Tomasz Wania who is currently the 3/1 punters favourite, with mother-of-one Zoe Jones from Halifax just behind him at odds of 4/1 – trawling through the history books may be the best way to find inspiration when trying to pin-point this year’s Big Brother winner.

They show there have been ten previous male winners and eight women.  The age demographic throws out mixed signals and with such a narrow range between the ages of this year’s line-up, you cannot identify the most winner using this method.

Latest Big Brother Betting Odds (as of 24th Sept)

  • 3/1 Tomasz Wania
  • 4/1 Zoe Jones
  • 5/1 Cameron Cole
  • 8/1 Lewis Gregory
  • 10/1 Akeem Griffiths
  • 12/1 Sian Hamshaw
  • 14/1 Cian Carrigan
  • 16/1 Lewis Flanagan
  • 18/1 Kay Lovelle
  • 28/1 Brooke Berry
  • 40/1 Isaac Jagroop
  • 40/1 Kenaley Amos-Sissons

Gay, Irish, Funny – the winning formula?

But it’s the name of Brian Dowling amongst the list of previous winners makes one 2018 candidate a very interesting contender.  The openly gay Irishman won Big Brother way back in 2001 and returned nine years later to ace ‘Ultimate Big Brother’

Dowling enjoyed a landslide ‘public vote’ victory on both occasions plus he was never placed up for eviction during his two stays in the Big Brother house, 82 days in total.

Of the same ilk, 23-year-old Cian Carrigan is a gay farmer from Ireland who has had limited air-time to date.  When we have seen him in action, he has brought a smile to faces of armchair viewers.

An inoffensive character, he should avoid the internal politics that could put him up for an early eviction vote and given more TV-time as the show draws to a conclusion he may just shine.

Cole to Top The Poll?

But the youngest housemate, 18-year-old Cameron Cole, also has plenty going for him – namely a great, albeit dry, sense of humour which has been the key to many Big Brother winners’ success.

With a demeanour and characteristics akin to comedian Jimmy Carr, the Norwich resident is great entertainment and that’s underlined by his Youtube channel which had thousands of subscribers before he was in the public and Big Brother eye.  

Popular amongst rival housemates, Cameron Cole is surely over-priced at Paddy Power’s 5/1 is the 2nd of our Big Brother betting predictions at this stage of the competition.

Our Big Brother Betting Predictions:

Cian Carrigan 14/1 with bet365*

Cameron Cole 5/1 with Paddy Power

* Odds correct at the time of writing

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