Stephanie Nala is being tipped for the exit on this weekend's X Factor 2014.
The Girls category singer survived last weekend's first results show after a dramatic sing off ended in deadlock.
Unfortunately for Stephanie, despite making it into the second week of the show, bookies now make her the favourite to go.
And it seems it will be left down to the judges to decide with Boylesports offering 8/11 that there will be no deadlock.
Speaking at the weekend, Cheryl admitted that seeing Steph in the bottom was a "wake up call".
The Girls Aloud singer said: “We need to do a lot of work on her, she’s got a very delicate voice.
“She’s one of those artists who is so distinctive that you have to get it right. It’s a good wake up call for me and her.”
Others in danger include this year’s novelty act, Stevi Ritchie and - perhaps surprisingly - Jake Quickenden - who at 6/1 he will need to pull out all the stops.
Chloe Jasmine is priced at 8/1 to be Cheryl’s first casualty with Only The Young on offer at 12/1 and Mel B’s wildcard act, Jack Walton, priced at 14/1.
Meanwhile and at the other end, Andrea Faustini is holding on tight to the top spot in the betting at 11/8, with Ben Haenow his nearest rival at 5/1.
Aoife Heffron at Boylesports said: “Steph’s nerves were evident in her sing off against Overload Generation last week. It seems punters have no faith that she will get them under wraps before Saturday’s live show with support continuing to come in for her to be the next on the chopping block.”
Vote for who your favourite of the remaining X Factor 2014 finalists here...
The X Factor 2014 airs this Saturday from 8PM on ITV.