Published Published: September 9, 2019 Updated Updated: September 10, 2019

Great British Bake Off 2019 Winner Odds

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2019 contestants

The Great British Bake Off 2019 only just kicked off two weeks ago, but the bookies are already offering prices on the potential winner!

Jamie Finn, a 20-year old part-time waiter from Surrey, and Dan Chambers, a 32-year old support worker from Rotherham, have already been eliminated, but the remaining eleven contestants are still in the run.

The first and second episodes this season have covered cake and biscuits, whereas the third episode – airing on September 10th – will cover one of the finest arts in baking: Bread.

Hosts and Judges the Same as the Baking Begins

There are not many television events as anticipated as the yearly launch of the Great British Bakeoff on Channel 4. According to the London Evening Standard, the Great British Bake Off launch was seen by an overnight audience of 5.7 million viewers.

This is the tenth season of the world-famous programme, with Noel Fielding and Sandi Toksvig once again returning as the hosts. Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith will do their usual job as the judges.

With thirteen different contestants, the structure is the same as always. One contestant will be eliminated in each episode up until the season finale. Although we are still at an early stage of the season, the bookies have already provided odds on the most likely winner.

Who Will Win the Bake Off According to the Bookies

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Alice Fevronia

Since the Great British Bake Off is a major national event, most of the leading bookies in the UK allow you to bet on it. Alice Fevronia, a 28-year old Geography teacher from London, leads the way at 2/1, which means she has already been slashed from her initial odds of 4/1 (Betway).

Michelle Evans-Fecci, a 35-year old print shop administrator from Tenby in Wales, has also been tipped as one of the favourites at 3/1, while Phil Thorne, a 56-year old HGV driver from Rainham, is seen as the ultimate outsider at 14/1.

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Michelle Evans-Fecci was already the ‘Star Baker’ in the first episode of the season, and she has been very open about baking on a daily basis. She likes to experiment with different flavours and even uses her own vegetable garden, so you can see why the bookies rate her highly. Similarly, Alice Fevronia became the ‘Star Baker’ in the second episode of the season and finished fifth in the first week.

Although you get off to a poor start in the Bake Off, you can still redeem yourself throughout the season. Thorne, for once, hasn’t impressed in the first two rounds, but as long as you are still in the Bake Off, you will always have an outside chance of glory.

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