- Xander Hastings is favored to win Survivor 41 with +230 odds.
- Erika Casupanan has +250 odds to win Survivor 41.
- Ricard Foye has +275 odds to win Survivor.
FIJI – The Survivor 41 season in Fiji is coming to an end with the season finale approaching on December 15 and there is still no clear-cut favorite on who is going to win.
Online sportsbooks have Xander Hastings favored to win and is followed by Erika Casupanan, and Ricard Foye.
Survivor 41 Odds To Win
- Xander Hastings +230
- Erika Casupanan +250
- Ricard Foye +275
- Deshawn Radden +350
- Danny McCray +650
- Heather Aldret +1000
The fact that Xander Hastings has made it this far after being towards the bottom of the scorecard for the majority of the season shows how much support he has gotten from the jury.
Hastings has also used his youth as an advantage in challenges as one of the youngest contestants on the show at just 20 years old. He has also been playing strategically as he continues to flip votes and build an alliance with other contestants such as Ricard, one of the favorites to win as well.
Xander also earned the most fan votes to win with 54% of the total votes.
Following Hastings on the entertainment odds board is Erika Casupanan. Casupanan brought in just 12% of the fan vote but has made it this far despite overcoming obstacles from her original Luvu tribe.
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Backing up her Survivor betting odds is that she has dodged her original tribe's attempt to eliminate her time and time again.
Ricard, although sitting with the third shortest odds is a real threat to win, playing the game with zero remorse for anyone. Ricard went in as a +2500 underdog and has steamrolled his way to the top of the odds board.
This comes as he made one of the most surprising decisions to vote out his closest ally, Shan Smith, making him the last one standing in his original Ua tribe and opening the door for him to make his way to the final tribe and possibly to $1 million.
If he continues to play this way, Ricard could be one of the smartest bets to make this season.
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