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The Apprentice betting odds: Complete betting guide to The Apprentice 2016

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Who will be The Apprentice in 2016?

Eighteen more candidates are aiming to go into business with Lord Sugar, but who will win The Apprentice 2016?

The Apprentice is now in its 12th year and the past few years have seen the BBC show undergo some major changes. Nick Hewer and Margaret Mountford are no longer following the candidates on wild goose chases and the prize is no longer a job working for Lord Sugar. Instead it is Karren Brady and Claude Littner keeping an eye on the hopefuls who are now aiming to secure sizeable investment for their business idea.

There is just one episode left of The Apprentice 2016 and on Sunday night we will learn the winner of the show - but who will secure a £250,000 investment from Lord Sugar? Bettingpro.com has all the latest betting news and updates.

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Alana Spencer and Courtney Wood are the last two candidates standing following “Interviews” episode that saw Claude Littner & Co. take apart the hopefuls – and in Sunday’s final the pair will launch their businesses in an attempt to land Lord Sugar’s money.

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Of course, bookmakers have already suspended The Apprentice betting after what appeared to be an embarrassing gaffe by Lord Sugar seemingly revealed the winner of the 2016 series several weeks early.

The Apprentice is obviously a taped show and candidates are made to sign a contract that prevents them from talking publicly about future episodes or the winner itself until after the final show has been aired – but Lord Sugar, who is very active on Twitter, appeared to give the biggest spoiler in the show’s history recently.

The Apprentice boss started to follow one of the candidates on the social media platform – and as one former contestant revealed he only ever follows the winner of the long-running BBC show.

“Each year Lord Sugar makes a point of only following the winner – this is what he has done since he joined Twitter in 2011,” the ex-Apprentice hopeful told the Daily Mail.
“He started to follow this year’s winner a few weeks ago. It’s blatantly obvious who has won as Lord Sugar is only following the one contestant, which is hilarious as he makes everyone else toe the line when it comes to secrecy.”

Lord Sugar quickly unfollowed the candidate, but not in enough time to prevent his ‘mistake’ from hitting the headline. Was it an error though?

The Apprentice chief had followed Grainne, but it looks as though Lord Sugar may have been playing with the media and the audience because she was given the boot after the interviews!

So the question is who has landed the £250,000 investment? We will find out this weekend.

The Apprentice 2016 Contestants


Alana Spencer
Age: 24
Occupation: Owner of a cake company
Lives: Ceredigion, Wales


Courtney Wood
Age: 29
Occupation: Owner of a novelty gifts company
Lives: Essex


The Apprentice Previous Winners

YEARWINNERRUNNDER-UP
2005Tim CampbellSaira Khan
2006Michelle DewberryRuth Badger
2007Simon AmbroseKristina Grimes
2008Lee McQueenClaire Young
2009Yasmina SiadatanKate Walsh
2010Stella EnglishChris Bates
2011Tom PellereauHelen Milligan
2012Ricky MartinTom Gearing
2013Leah TottonLuisa Zissman
2014Mark WrightBianca Miller
2015Joseph ValenteVana Koutsomitis




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