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I'm A Celebrity 2022: Final field favours Jill Scott

Three weeks of Bushtucker Trials, Deals on Wheels challenges and insightful conversations down by the creek are about to come to an end with the final of I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! airing on Sunday evening.

The hit ITV1 show has been as popular as ever upon its return to Australia for the first time since 2019 and the final three are confirmed.

Women's Euro 2022 winner Jill Scott, politician Matt Hancock and Hollyoaks actor Owen Warner are bidding to become queen or king of the jungle and it is set to be a gripping finale.

What: I'm A Celebrity 2022 Final
Where: Australia
When: Sunday 27th November 2022
How to watch: ITV1
Odds: Jill Scott 1/6, Matthew Hancock 6/1, Owen Warner 10/1

Tindall becomes the latest celeb to bow out

Charlene White went first, then it was Scarlette Douglas's turn to depart before Sue Cleaver, Boy George and Babatunde Aleshe also headed home.

Chris Moyles and Seann Walsh followed them out, before Mike Tindall became the eighth celebrity to leave the jungle in Saturday night's show.

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Lioness Scott on track for glory

Jill Scott the star to beat

It was a jam-packed episode with the four remaining celebrities competing in the iconic Celebrity Cyclone challenge and unsurprisingly securing all four stars.

Later in the episode, viewers saw the quarter scrambling around camp to find four ice creams which had been left for them with the sticks revealing the opening results for England and Wales at the Qatar World Cup.

And finally they had one last challenge to complete, pairing up former contestants in the 2022 series with things they had said in camp in a bid to win treats previously lost in Deals on Wheels challenges.

At the end, though, former England rugby star and Royal Family member Tindall was sent home to the surprise of many.

Scott the clear frontrunner

Scott is the clear frontrunner for I'm A Celebrity glory at 1/6, having been the last remaining female in camp since Cleaver was eliminated on day 16.

The time to back Scott was at the start of the series before viewers got to know her personality and contagious sense of humour and there is now no value in backing the retired Lioness to be crowned queen of the jungle, even though that looks a highly likely outcome.

Not only has Scott regularly made her campmates chuckle in the jungle but she has also shown the spirit of a true sportswoman in Australia, impressing in Bushtucker Trials such as the 'Speak Uneasy' with Tindall and 'Critty Critty Fang Fang', which she did alone, achieving a full house of stars.

In fact, her stars-collected percentage stands at a very healthy 96 per cent.

Scott would undoubtedly be a worthy winner of this year's series and would become the first sportsperson to win I'm A Celebrity since former football manager Harry Redknapp in the 2018 series.

Hancock still in the running

It is hard to see where the votes for Hancock have come from when looking through social media feeds but the Conservative MP has nonetheless made the top three against the odds and is 6/1 to pull off a shock win on Sunday night.

Many anticipated Hancock could be among the first out in this year's series given his reputation in the outside world but in the jungle and the jungle alone, he has done more for his campmates than any other.

No celebrity in the 2022 series has won more stars for camp than Hancock, who has also shown an eagerness to please with helping with camp-based tasks, most notably cooking.

He is 2/5 to beat charismatic actor Warner in the top man category and, of the two, he looks the more likely to topple red-hot favourite Scott in the final with it believed that many have voted for the MP in protest against other campmates in the jungle and how they treated Hancock upon his arrival.

If punters are after a value bet for the final, Hancock to win at 6/1 looks the best selection.

Warner unlikely to be crowned king

For most of the series, Hollyoaks star Warner had found himself jostling with Scott for top spot in the outright betting and ahead of day 19 in the jungle, he was 7/2 to win the series.

But on day 20, Warner found himself in the bottom two and it looks as though his popularity has waned slightly as the series reaches its conclusion.

That may have prompted a flurry of votes for him heading into the final, but he nonetheless looks about right at 10/1 to win the series, despite having shown plenty of charm, charisma and bravery during his time in the jungle.

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