Carol and Sam head the market for third I’m a Celeb eviction

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They had almost two weeks of playing happy families Down Under, but evictions are now coming thick and fast as we head into the final week of I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!

Another name will leave the show tonight, and as things stand, it’s Sam Quek and Carol Vorderman who head the market at 2/1 to face the boot.

Both are considered to have little chance of going all the way this year, with the latter priced at 50/1 to win, while Sam is way back at 80s.

The Olympian has already said her small following makes it unlikely she’ll go very far in the competition, and punters clearly agree – with 25.8 per cent of all bets on the third elimination being placed on her.

But it’s the former face of Countdown who has received most bets in tonight’s eviction market, with a whopping 38.7 per cent of bets being placed on her.

Jordan Banjo is a 5/1 shot to leave the show tonight, while Ola Jordan is just behind him at 6s.

And Larry Lamb is now considered to have more of a chance of leaving the show tonight (7/1) than he does of winning it (25/1).

Meanwhile, Adam Thomas and Scarlett Moffatt continue to lead the way, with the former currently the 2/1 favourite, while the Gogglebox  star is just behind at 9/4.

However, Joel Dommett is now the shortest price he’s ever been to be crowned King of the Jungle at 5/2, a reflection of how well he’s gone down with punters and viewers alike in the last two weeks.

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All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing

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Alex Apati

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