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Bran Stark Favourite to Rule Ahead of Game of Thrones Series

Bran Stark Favourite to Rule Ahead of Game of Thrones Series Finale

With just one episode to go, fans across Australia are bracing themselves to finally know who will win the Game of Thrones when the popular series concludes on Monday.

TAB and punters alike believe the youngest Stark will be the ‘last man standing’ with the $1.25 favourite holding almost 35% of the total money taken.

After an eventful five episodes that has seen chaos rule and key characters perish though, many fans are unconvinced anyone will be crowned King or Queen of the Seven Kingdoms by the end of the series, with ‘No Ruler End of Season’ ($6) on the second line of betting and holding 11% of the money.

The final episode of Game of Thrones airs globally on Monday morning (Australian time).

TAB’s market for Game of Thrones – Who Will Rule the Throne
$1.25 Bran Stark
$6 No Ruler End of Season
$8 Sansa Stark
$9 Jon Snow/Aegon Targaryen
$11 Tyrion Lannister
$13 Sam Tarly
$13 Gendry
$17 Daenerys Targaryen
$17 Arya Stark
$26+ Others quoted

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