Big Brother is down to its final five after Tom, Jenkin and Matty were all evicted this week.
It means that the housemates still competing for £100,000 are Jordan, Noky, Olivia, Yinrun and Henry.
Since returning to ITV this autumn, Big Brother has been a hit for ITV and its opening night viewers matched the numbers who regularly tune in to Love Island. The show had been off air since it was last shown on Channel 5 in 2018.
However, it has come with controversy amid claims the timetabling had led to some fans becoming confused.
Contestant Trish Balusa has also apologised for “very concerning” remarks she posted on social media before she went on the reality TV series.
When is the Big Brother final on?
Big Brother will be on ITV 1 and 2 from 9pm on Friday, November 17. The spin-off programme Late and Live will follow from 10.30-11.35pm on ITV 2.
Who is the favourite to win?
Sardonic and darkly humourous Jordan is, according to Coral, the odds-on favourite to walk away with the £100,000.
Olivia is second best in the betting at 11-4, while the caring Yinrun is 5-1. Then there is Henry at 10-1 while Noky can be backed as a long shot at 40-1.
Coral spokesman John Hill said that the journey of Jordan has been key to his success on the show.
“It has been a whirlwind six weeks for Jordan, who has been in a love triangle, thought he was eliminated at one point, and he has entertained the house with his dry humour," he said.
“We make him odds-on to win this evening's final, with Olivia likely to be his biggest challenger."