The singer is the odds on favourite to win this year's competition and has been since the audition stages.
In The Sun today, Matt says Honey G is his biggest rival but bookies reckon she is about to bow out, potentially leaving Matt a clear run to victory.
After Sunday's results and an impressive run, it seems that the Honey G train is about to leave the X Factor station this weekend as the North Weezy rapper heads the elimination betting.
Honey G featured in her first ever sing off last weekend against Ryan Lawrie and was saved by the judges. This weekend however, Honey G may not be so lucky as she is the firm 8/11 favourite to get the chop.
Saara Aalto is the second favourite to be eliminated next but is further down the betting at 3/1. Emily Middlemas is close behind Saara at 9/2, but it is all about Honey G to make her exit.
Matt is the clear favourite to win the show at odds of 1/2 with both 5 After Midnight and Emily next at the larger odds of 5/1.
Aoife Heffron from bookmakers BoyleSports said: “Honey G has garnered a following and defied the odds from the start of the X Factor live shows and at one point it looked as though she might just go on and win the competition. However, now it looks like Honey G’s fifteen minutes of fame could be up this week as she is the red hot favourite to be eliminated at 8/11.”
She added “With just a matter of weeks until the X Factor winner is crowned, Matt Terry looks unbeatable at 1/2, having shortened in from 8/11.”
The X Factor is back this Saturday and Sunday night on ITV with the live quarter finals.