Big Brother 2018 housemates offer up their eviction predictions

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The Big Brother 2018 housemates have offered up their eviction predictions ahead of tonight’s live show.

This week, Lewis Flanagan and Lewis Gregory are facing the axe.

And it seems as though most in the house and expecting – and in some cases hoping – that the latter will stay.

In the Diary Room Isaac comments on Lewis G: “He’s one of them like you can’t stay mad at him, you know he’s a nice guy. He doesn’t mean anything by it. He’s just being a pr**k. I came into here thinking I ain’t going to make no proper mates but I feel like he is a proper mate. I’d like Lewis [G] to stay tomorrow and I think he will.”

Meanwhile, Cameron tells Lewis G: “I can’t see you going. If they said you I’d be shocked.

Later, Akeem comments: “I honestly just don’t know who’s going to go tomorrow. Lewis F, I feel the last few days has come out of his shell more. He’s a nice guy as well.”

Cameron declares his prediction: “I think it’ll be Lewis F, unfortunately. Must be weird for them both because they know this could be their last full day.”

However he adds: “I’d be devastated if he [Lewis F] went,” going on to tell Lewis F: “You’re like the Big Brother I always wanted but never had.”

Despite housemates predicting Lewis F’s demise, it’s Lewis G who is the firm favourite to go.

Aoife Heffron, Spokesperson for BoyleSports commented: “All the support we have seen in the lead up to Big Brother’s second eviction has been for Lewis G.

“He opened as an odds-on favourite at 1/4m despite his confidence that he would stay and win the ‘battle of the Lewises’, but his confidence is misplaced as punters confidently back him into 1/10 to be sent packing.”

Elsewhere in this evening’s episode, the new series continues with Day 2 of the on-going Chicken themed shopping task.

Cameron says: “I’ve seen more chickens in the last two days than I ever want to see again.”

Big Brother 2018 airs tonight at 10PM on Channel 5.

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