So, here is where it gets spoiler-y.
For those too excited to wait for the end of what’s proving to be a blockbuster season already, we have a potential name for you.
Currently, Survivor alum Mark Wales is slotted in first place, with odds at 1.22.
The former SAS soldier, who made his debut on season two of the show, has returned for Blood V Water with his wife, Samantha Gash, whom he met on the second season.
But while Mark has sat comfortably at the top for weeks now, those in the second, third and fourth positions have been changing rapidly, especially with the shocking elimination of Sam, who was ranked third when she was booted from the game.
Shay Lajoie was sitting pretty in second place for some time, with quite long odds, but was overtaken by fan-favourite Chrissy Zaremba, who came into the game knowing very little about how to play it.
Although a big personality, Chrissy has committed to playing quietly, which has helped her slip under the radar throughout the early stages of the game and into merge.
However, Shay has now returned to second place with odds at 11.00, followed by Chrissy, with odds at 13.00.
The girls are followed up by David 'Juicy' Goodchild, on 26.00.
While the odds obviously aren’t fail-safe, it’s a good indicator of where things might lead, and shows us who to keep an eye on as the series progresses.
They also reflect some unfortunate turns in the season, which saw two-time American Survivor champion Sandra Diaz-Twine unfortunately voted out on Day 16, prior to merge.
Sandra was playing with her daughter, Nina, who left the series not too long after her mother after a devastating ankle injury left her unable to play.
We'll be watching the show closely to see who takes out that final spot of Sole Survivor!
You can watch Survivor: Blood V Water on Channel 10 at 7:30pm on Sunday and Monday evenings.