X Factor 2016 results: Sam Lavery and Ryan Lawrie favourites for the sing off

Tonight's X Factor 2016 results odds

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Samantha Lavery and Ryan Lawrie are the favourites for the sing off in The X Factor 2016 results.

Last week Four Of The Diamonds lost their place in the competition, following in the footsteps of Gifty Louise, Relley C, Freddy Parker and first eliminees of the series Bratavio as well as Brooks Way, who left the competition 'by mutual consent'.

That's left us with seven singers in the running to be crowned The X Factor 2016 champion going into tonight's Disco themed show.

They were Nicole Scherzinger's Boys - Matt Terry and Ryan - and Simon Cowell's two Girls - Emily Middlemas and Sam.

They're joined by Sharon Osbourne's remaining Overs - Honey G and Saara Aalto - and finally Louis Walsh's lone remaining Group - 5 After Midnight.

Tonight's show saw highs including an amazing opener from Saara Aalto and a disco medley from 5 After Midnight.

But Emily Middlemas clashed with her own mentor Simon over another slow song choice and even favourite Matt Terry was criticised.

However it's Sam and Ryan who are chalked up as the favourites for the sing off.

It was confirmed in the live show that there will be NO bottom three or life line vote tomorrow. Instead, the two acts with the fewest votes will go straight through to the sing off in front of the judges.

Both Sam and Ryan have been in the bottom three previously but neither has had to sing off yet.

The only remaining act who has been in the sing-off - Saara Aalto - is third favourite to go, with the remaining four considered reasonably safe.

Although as always, a shock result is more than possible...

Who was your favourite on The X Factor 2016 this weekend? Vote in our website poll below!

Sunday night at 8PM on ITV, the latest results will see another act leave, as well as performances from Olly Murs and Nathan Sykes.

Sunday evening will also see the Jukebox wheeled out again to decide next weekend's theme.

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