Simon Hopper previews tonight's elimination market and believes David Haye could be about to exit...
"The ‘bottom two-safe-exit’ trend has already been followed by Hugo and Mr. Bristow this series and at 3.3512/5 I’m happy to chance David being voted off tonight."
Eric Bristow was the latest campmate voted off I'm A Celebrity last night - which we flagged up at 2.0621/20. The darts legend has become known as the 'numbers man' because of his uncanny ability to predict what will happen in the show - and he tipped David Haye to go all the way in his coming out interview last night.
But I disagree and think Haye could be in trouble tonight. Here's my take on the final three ahead of tonight's elimination...
Charlie Brooks (Elimination Odds: 1.75/7): Charlie is hot favourite to go after facing Eric in the bottom two last night. However, that was the first time she's been in the danger zone all series so it would be foolish to write her off now. Also we should see more of her tonight as the exit of Eric - a big character in the jungle - should increase her airtime. And with no celebrity having been in the bottom two twice in a row so far, I think Charlie's got a good chance of staying.
David Haye 3.3512/5: David is Eric 'numbers man' Bristow's tip to win the show, but I'm not so sure. He's been in the bottom two twice already - which is more than Charlie and Ashley - and he survived last night due to the spike in votes you get from being in the bottom two the previous evening. The 'bottom two-safe-exit' trend has already been followed by Hugo and Mr. Bristow this series and at 3.3512/5 I'm happy to chance David being voted off tonight.
Ashley Roberts 3.9: Ashley is now the only contestant never to have been in the bottom two and she continues to go from strength to strength. It's impossible not to like her and she gets plenty of TV time (wonder why?) - so there's no reason to think she'll be in trouble tonight.
Verdict: Based on trends from this series, Charlie will get a spike in votes tonight so she's not as likely to be departing as the market suggests. David has already been in the bottom two twice and at 3.3512/5 he offers the better elimination vale.
David Haye To Be Eliminated @ 3.3512/5