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Big Brother: Big changes afoot.

Byline: Phil Agius

MAXWELL sits atop the Big Brother indices, as he did on the first night of the show, but just about everything else has changed in the first two weeks, writes Phil Agius. Makosi, now second favourite with Sporting, could have been bought at six at the outset, while early fancies Roberto and Sam are now very much in the bargain bin.

The lack of eviction markets makes betting on the spreads less interesting in this series.

Sporting are quoting evicted Mary and Lesley at 0-0.5 in case either is allowed to make a surprise return to the show.
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Title Annotation:Sports
Publication:The Racing Post (London, England)
Date:Jun 13, 2005
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