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Katie’s days looking numbered in potental double X Factor elimination

| 10.11.2010

Katie Waissel may have avoided being voted off the X Factor by the skin of her teeth last week, but with a double eviction supposedly planned for the next show, her days may well be numbered.

Reports have recently speculated that Treyc Cohen received three times as many votes as Katie in the last show, but was still voted off by the judges when the pair were left against each other in the bottom two.

However, with a double elimination meaning that the contestant with the lowest votes is automatically out of the competition, Katie’s low popularity makes her virtually certain to finish bottom in the votes standings.

Therefore, the only way she is likely to survive another week is through the generosity of the judges again, but if plans for a double elimination are followed, there will be little they can do.

Katie is the 5/6 favourite to be eighth elimination from the X Factor and if she is next out it will leave her mentor Cheryl Cole with only two remaining acts in the competition.

But Cheryl remains 13/8 to be crowned the winning manager in the X Factor betting odds for the third series in succession, because of the strong chances of Rebecca Ferguson in particular and also Cher Lloyd.

Wagner Fiuza-Carriho undoubtedly was the worst singer of the 16 contestants to appear on the live shows, but he has built up a solid internet following because of the enigmatic nature of his performances.

He has been tipped as one of the favourites for elimination for many of the recent weeks, but continues to receive enough votes to survive.

Wagner is 3/1 to be the eighth elimination and receive the lowest number of votes and leave Louis Walsh with just one remaining act.

This would be Mary Byrne, but her popularity appears to be waning after a strong start because of her one-dimensioned performances. She could be a big price at 8/1 to be voted off next. See the whole X Factor betting odds market.

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Craig Kemp

Craig has written for Ladbrokes since the 2010 World Cup, having previously gained a Media & Sports Journalism degree and contributed to publications including the Racing Post. His main areas of interest are horse racing and UFC, but he is also an avid X Factor gambler and likes nothing more than indulging in a spot of Hip Hop Karaoke.