After two hotly-contested debates, US Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will take to televised verbal sparring one more time. And by now you should know that means we’re bringing out the much loved Buzzword Bingo!
Democratic nominee Clinton and Republican rival Trump will meet for the final debate at the University of Las Vegas in Nevada.
The location will add just that bit more to proceedings, with Nevada one of a number of swing states ahead of the vote on November 8.
The previous two debates have proved to be some of the most-watched television in US history, and have broken previous records for political debates.
Make America Great Again and Commander In Chief are the 1/10 favourites to be mentioned on Wednesday night, and it’s no surprise given both phrases have paid out in the last two Buzzword Bingos.
Similarly, Pennsylvania, Putin, Racist, and Unbelievable have been spewed out on both occasions.
All six are back in the mix again, but with this final debate offering Clinton and Trump one last chance to woo the masses, it may be time to back a few outsiders.
After suggesting that the media may be interfering with the election, the bookies make it a tempting 3/1 that Media Bias gets mentioned in Vegas.
Similar priced as Hard Working Families – a winner last time out – and Total Lies.
And we’re confident more than a few may choose to back She’s On Drugs at 10/1, following Trump’s comments on his Presidential rival in recent days.
It’s set to be another night of gripping viewing, but make sure you keep your ears peeled!
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1/10 Make America Great Again
1/10 Commander In Chief
5/4 Mexico’s Gonna Pay For It
6/4 Basket Of Deplorables
2/1 Give Me A Break
2/1 That Makes Me Smart
3/1 Founding Fathers
3/1 Monica Lewinsky
3/1 Total Lies
3/1 Media Bias
3/1 Hard Working Families
4/1 Total Loser
5/1 You’re Fired
5/1 Washington Bubble
5/1 Fat Pig
6/1 Ken Bone
10/1 She’s On Drugs
10/1 Theresa May
10/1 Nigel Farage
20/1 How the Hell Should I Know
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing