Arthur Fulford is proving a fan favourite on Big Brother 2017 after winding up his fellow housemates.
After the first week inside the house, Arthur Fulford's odds of winning have been cut from 16/1 to the now joint 5/1 second favourite, alongside Chanelle McCleary, whose odds have been slashed in half from 10/1.
But it's former Ibiza Weekender star, Ellie Young who remains the one to beat at this very early stage as she shortens into 9/2 from 4/1.
Imran, who was an early joint favourite to win has suffered a drift in the betting and is now priced at 7/1 having been 9/2 on launch night. Imran’s other half Sukhvinder, has been the cause of multiple arguments during her short stay in the house and as a result she has, like her husband, been eased out, to 8/1 from 6/1.
Meanwhile, People’s housemate, Tom Barber has been eased to 10/1 from 7/1 with Ralph Korine next at 12/1, having shortened in from 25/1 to win.
Aoife Heffron, Spokeswoman for BoyleSports commented: “Ellie Young is the current favourite to win, but Arthur Fulford is most certainly one to watch after his odds were cut from 16/1 to 5/1.
"The housemates may not be a fan of Arthur’s antics, but punters most certainly are as they are happy to back him to win.”
She added “Imran and Sukhvinder have been one of the main talking points so far and it hasn’t been for all the right reasons, as their arguments with each other and mainly Sukhvinder’s with anyone that ‘comes’ for her taking over the highlight shows, which has resulted in both of them drifting down the betting.”
Big Brother 2017 housemates
Latest odds to win from Boylesports
Ellie Young 9/2
Chanelle McCleary 5/1
Arthur Fulford 5/1
Imran Javeed 7/1
Sukhvinder Javeed 8/1
Tom Barber 10/1
Kieran Lee 12/1
Raphael Korine 12/1
Joe Quaranta 14/1
Lotan Carter 16/1
Charlotte Keys 20/1
Rebecca Jane 20/1
Mandy Longworth 25/1
Deborah Agboola 33/1
Hannah Agboola 33/1
Kayleigh Morris 33/1
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