We're down to the final three castaways on Survivor: Brains V Brawn, but has the show's winner leaked days before the finale?
Well, maybe – and you might not be surprised by who it is.
Both TAB and Sportsbet have been updating their odds on who will take out the title, and both have Hayley Leake in the top spot ahead of the season finale.
She's been a fan favourite from early on in the game and eliminated castaways have said she has a big chance of winning.
Originally a Brains tribe member, Hayley moved to the new Brawn tribe when the teams were broken apart and remade.
Now she's flying solo and it looks like the cunning pain researcher may have what it takes to become the Sole Survivor.
Of course, those numbers alone aren't proof she'll win, but Hayley is definitely leagues ahead of her fellow castaways.
On both sites, her closest competition is Flick, the only remaining member of the original Brawn tribe.
Though she's a big player, the distance between her odds and Hayley's are pretty telling; on TAB, Flick's odds are at 7.50 while on Sportsbet they're 3.50.
Both sites have George sitting in third place with odds of 10.00 on TAB and Sportsbet.
Safe to say there are plenty of people who are confident Hayley will be one to outlast all the other Survivor hopefuls this season.
And if the episodes we've already seen are anything to go by, she definitely has the drive and wits to make it happen.
She flew under the radar in her first few days on the Brains tribe, before emerging as a cunning and strategic social player.
Not to mention she's pulled off some awesome challenge wins.
Wai, who made it to the final five before being eliminated, told TV WEEK: "Hayley has also been a bit of a challenge beast out there, she's such an all-rounder."
With that in mind, Wai could definitely see Hayley potentially winning – and so can everyone else, it seems.
Other strong contenders like Emmett and Dani, who some fans had pegged to win, are were eliminated one by one in brutal tribal councils.
Now Hayley only has to outwit, outplay and outlast two remaining castaways if she hopes to win.
But we have a feeling George and Flcik won't go down without a fight.
Does this mean the numbers are right and Hayley will come out on top of Survivor: Brains V Brawn?
You'll just have to tune in to the Australian Survivor: Brains V Brawn finale on Sunday night to find out!