Bachelor Christmas is finally upon us!
Tonight, Australia finally gets to watch our 2018 Bachelor Nick Cummins embark on his quest for love.
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And while we've answered just about every query you might have on this year's season - from why Nick Cummins is called The Honey Badger, to if the the show is real or fake, and what the devil Nick Cummins looks like without a moustache, there's one question that remains unanswered...
Who will win The Bachelor Australia 2018?
Thanks to our super-sleuthing, we know contestant Cass Wood already shares a history with Nick after the pair dated in the real world.
However the stunning blonde is unsure if her history with Nick would work in her favour, as it has in previous seasons.
"On the first night, I was being asked if I thought it was an advantage, but I had no idea," she told TV WEEK. Adding: "I thought he might want to get to know the 24 other girls because he already knows me."
On the other end of the spectrum, Juliana admits she was less than impressed by the curly-haired suitor.
"I was honestly disappointed. He's not the kind of guy I normally go for."
But what are the bookies saying?
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According to Sportsbet.com.au, the odds are looking mighty favourable towards 30-year-old Brittany Hockley.
The radiographer is cleaning up in the odds with Sportsbet picking her to not only win the series but also score the first pash ($5.00), first date ($6.00) and land the first impression prize ($5.00).
"Right now Brittany is the favourite for the Honey Badger's heart, but with keys to the Bachie pad up for grabs for the girl who makes the best first impression - we're tipping whoever snags it will be a front runner," sportsbet.com.au's Ella Zampatti explained.
Keep reading for the full breakdown of all the odds, via Sportsbet.com.au!
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