Latest I’m a Celebrity betting odds from tonight’s final plus free bets on Melanie Sykes, Jake Quickenden & Carl Fogarty, as we enter the final of the 2014 series
We’ve already waved goodbye to Caughtoffside favourite Jimmy Bullard, Irish celebrity Nadia Forde, amongst others and last night Edwina Curry became the latest as we enter the last day and the final three.
Jake Quickenden 6/4
Carl Fogarty 11/10
Melanie Sykes 5/1
We’ve seen tears, drama, arguments and plenty of of critters as we approach the final night of the 2014 spectacular from down under, as the three remaining contestants head into their last day in jungle.
We’ve seen plenty of betting moves in the markets, as punters lump on the remaining contestants following successful tasks but the one deciding factor is that it looks to be a straight shoot out between the two remaining males, Jake Quickenden & Carl Fogarty.
Both these characters have come across as genuine and down to earth, a far cry from the majority of contestants who appear on the show, and the nation has definitely warmed to these two northerners.
Carl Fogarty in particular has risen from a big price of 8/1 last week to become the slight favourite in the betting, and he can be backed at 11/10, meaning a you can double your money by backing the former Super Bike Champion.
X Factor crooner Jake Quickenden is next in the market, at just a slighter price of 6/4. The singer appears to have it all, personality, charisma and looks, and he is sure to get plenty of female support.
Realistically it is too close to call as we enter this evening’s proceedings.
Melanie Sykes continues to hang in there, and the once market leader to be crowned ‘Queen of The Jungle’ has made a great impression so far, heading the betting for a long time but she now finds herself pushed out the third favourite.
The girl famous for the ‘Boddingtons’ ads looks to have made an impression with viewers but found life in the jungle a little difficult, and it appears that her star has waned slightly.
She is now out to 5/1 to win, but that price could provide plenty of value.
We’ll be backing Carl Fogarty to be crowned King of the Jungle at 11/10 with Paddy Power.