Scarlett now the shortest price she’s ever been for I’m a Celeb glory

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We’re one day closer to finding out who’ll be crowned King or Queen of the Jungle. But once again the head of the market has taken another turn, as Scarlett is now the 8/13 favourite to win the show – the shortest price she’s been to date.

It had been a real battle between the Gogglebox star and Adam Thomas for favouritism but it now looks as though the 26-year-old is running away with it.

In fact, Adam isn’t even second-favourite as things stand. That’s a position which is now being filled by Joel Dommett, with 7/2 saying he goes all the way and pips Scarlett to the post.

That leaves Adam out at 9/2, despite being as short as 5/4 to win last week.

Elsewhere, the trio at the tail end of the market are considered to have little to no chance of winning the show now, with Martin Roberts being priced up at 14/1, while Sam Quek and Wayne Bridge are 25/1 and 28s respectively.

Sam had been fancied to leave the show much earlier, though, yet she’s managed to make it to the final six – a real achievement for a celeb who headed into the jungle with a relatively small fan base in comparison to some of her campmates.

And she could be set to make it to the final five, as Wayne is the 11/8 favourite to be evicted tonight.

Sam is just behind the former professional footballer in that market at 13/8, while Martin is just a 3/1 shot to be given his marching orders.

Scarlett (66/1), Adam (20/1) and Joel (25/1) can expect at least one more night in camp though, and there’s a strong chance that trio are the final three.

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Alex Apati

Having graduated from Birmingham City University with a degree in Creative Writing with English, Alex joined the News team following a three year stint working for Ladbrokes behind the counter. When he's not watching darts, he's throwing them. Failing that you'll find him YouTubeing Thierry Henry's greatest Arsenal goals.