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Lisa or Sam fancied next for I’m A Celeb jungle exit

| 27.11.2016

Lisa Snowdon and Sam Quek are the joint favourites to be axed next from the jungle, according to the latest odds.

Following Danny’s elimination as the first celebrity to leave the camp, attention now turns to the second and unfortunately for Lisa and Sam they share the honours as the joint favourites to leave at 5/2 and 7/4 respectively.

Jordan (6/1), Ola (5/1) and Larry (6/1) find themselves next in the betting and thereafter the celebs are quoted at 14/1 or above.

Adam remains in the hunt to be crowned as jungle king this year at 2/1, but Scarlett is back into outright favourisitm at 6/4.

However, the pair may have an unlikely candidate on their hands trying to steal their crown, as Martin has been subject to a mammoth gamble over the last few days, which has seen his odds backed in by punters to 16/1 from 40/1.

Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: “Unfortunately for Sam she may soon be proved right by not having a big enough following to save her without immunity. On the other hand, punters are finding it hard to see what Lisa offers to camp bar her cooking skills, and they have stuck their money on her leaving next.”

She added: “If Martin’s drama queen antics continue to amuse viewers it won’t be long before his odds are backed again and tumble further towards favouritism.”

Ladbrokes latest betting

I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here

Next elimination

Sam Quek – 7/4
Lisa Snowdon – 5/2
Ola Jordan – 5/1
Jordan Banjo – 6/1
Larry Lamb – 6/1
Carol Vorderman – 7/1
Martin Roberts – 20/1
Wayne Bridge – 20/1
Joel Dommett – 50/1
Adam Thomas – 100/1
Scarlett Moffatt – 100/1

I’m A Celeb winner
Scarlett Moffatt – 6/4
Adam Thomas – 2/1
Joel Dommett – 5/2
Martin Roberts – 8/1
Wayne Bridge – 20/1
Larry Lamb – 25/1
Ola Jordan – 33/1
Carol Vorderman – 33/1
Lisa Snowdon – 66/1
Sam Quek  – 66/1
Jordan Banjo – 66/1

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



Richard Marsh

Richard loves his sport, especially if it involves the sound of tyres screaming around a race track. He's not fussy though and his '90s Premier League nostalgia and knowledge of team nicknames is tough to match.