There are only seven acts left in the X Factor 2015 competition and just three more weeks until the grand final on Sunday, December 13th!
All the acts that are still in the competition will all be taking part in the 2016 X Factor live tour, with one eliminated act being brought back by the judges as a Wild Card option
Surprisingly, there are no bookies offering odds on who the Wild Card act may be but we predict it will be Seann Miley Moore, who was shockingly voted out in week two of the live shows.
Where are the best X Factor odds this week?
Week four of the live shows will be the first single elimination of the series and the top three favourites to leave the competition are Mason Noise, Reggie N Bollie and Anton Stephans. The best odds for Mason to be axed next are an awesome 11/8 on offer at bet365.
If you think time is up for Reggie N Bollie Titanbet, then take a fabulous 4/1 available at Betway, while Anton Stephans can be backed at 3/1 with several bookies including Sky Bet, Ladbrokes and Betfred.
Although Louisa Johnson has been the front-runner to win since the start of this year’s X Factor UK, it’s Lauren Murray who made it into the top ten iTunes download chart this week!
Lauren could prove to be more popular in the final weeks than Louisa, so Ladbrokes offer a tasty 2/1 on her being the Top Girl.
Che Chesterman is a strong contender to win as historically it’s the Boys category who have had the most wins. You can back Che in the outright market at 4/1 with Sky Bet!
Fans of the Filipino group 4th Impact have several bookies offering a handsome 12/1 on them winning X Factor and these include Coral, 888sport and Paddy Power.
4th Impact could thus be the dark horses of X Factor 2015; they have fans all over the world, much depends on how many of them find a way to vote in the final!
4th Impact wins X Factor 2015 @ 12/1 with Paddy Power