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The frontrunner to win Australian Survivor: Brains V Brawn

Australian Survivor’s final three is revealed as Sportsbet reveals which player is likely to WIN and walk away with the $500,000 cash prize


This season of Australian Survivor: Brains V Brawn will come to an end this Sunday.

The final three contestants, Felicity ‘Flick’ Palmateer, George Mladenov, and Hayley Leake will battle it out for the title of sole survivor and a $500,000 cash prize.

According to Sportsbet, Hayley is the favourite to win with shortest odds of $1.30.

Who will win? Hayley Leake, George Mladenov, and Felicity ‘Flick’ Palmateer will battle it out to win Australian Survivor 

Flick follows at $3.50, while George has the longest odds at $10.00. 

Fans on social media seem to be behind Hayley for the win, with one writing on Instagram: ‘Hayley! She’s played the best game by far!’

Another commented: ‘Hayley is the most deserving winner! She’s played the best game.’  

‘I’m happy for any of them to win but secretly I’m going for Hayley the most,’ wrote another.

Victory? According to Sportsbet, Hayley is the favourite to win with shortest odds of $1.30

Victory? According to Sportsbet, Hayley is the favourite to win with shortest odds of $1.30 

Flick was filming the season when her mother passed away from early on-set dementia at the age of 52.

Despite the tragedy, she decided to stay in the competition to see it through until the end. 

‘It was so hard because talking to all of my family, they all tried to encourage me to stay, saying that that is what my mum would have wanted me to do,’ the 28-year-old said in an interview with PerthNow. 

Controversial: George has been one of the more controversial contestants this season

Controversial: George has been one of the more controversial contestants this season

She explained that all she wanted to do while competing on the Network 10 series was to ‘teleport back’ to her family. 

Palmateer’s mother was diagnosed with early onset frontotemporal dementia at 46 and her memory and health began to decline rapidly. 

Felicity admits, even though she said ‘goodbye’ to her mother years ago, she still couldn’t believe how quickly she would pass.

‘I thought I would have at least another year and a bit with my mum. I had been grieving my mum passing away for a long time, with dementia, you start to grieve for them while they are still alive. (It) is a difficult thing to come to terms with.’

This season of Australian Survivor finishes this Sunday, 7.30pm on 10.

Brave: Flick was filming the season when her mother passed away from early on-set dementia at the age of 52. Despite the tragedy, she decided to stay in the competition to see it through until the end

Brave: Flick was filming the season when her mother passed away from early on-set dementia at the age of 52. Despite the tragedy, she decided to stay in the competition to see it through until the end

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