Game of Thrones season 7: Bookies reveal odds on who will die

Things are not looking good for Peter Baelish

Jack Shepherd
Thursday 06 July 2017 12:34
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With season seven of Game of Thrones fast approaching, fans of HBO’s show are preparing themselves for their favourite characters to possibly die, such is the nature of the show.

The bookies have now announced odds on who will die this season, including who will die first. BoyleSports have Peter Baelish as most likely to be killed first, with odds of 1/1, Ellaria Sand in a close second with 4/1.

Neither character is looking likely to make it through the seven episodes, unlike Daenerys, Jon Snow, and Tyrion, who all look set to survive until season eight.

Leon Blanche, the bookies head of communications, said: “The big shock is that Cersei Lannister has been backed off the boards to see her end in season seven. She was initially priced at 3/1 but that was quickly snapped up and at 5/6 now, her time may well be up in the hit series.”

See the full odds below and read our ‘everything we know about season seven’ article here.

Who Will Die in Season 7

Ellaria Sand - 1/7

Euron Greyjoy - 1/5

Theon Greyjoy - 1/4

Petyr Baelish - 2/7

Melisandre - 1/2

Cersei Lannister - 5/6

Jamie Lannister - 11/4

Tyrion Lannister - 5/1

Jon Snow - 6/1

Daenerys Targaryen - 8/1

Who Will Die First in Season 7

Petyr Baelish - 1/1

Ellaria Sand - 4/1

Euron Greyjoy - 6/1

Gregor Clegane - 6/1

Melisandre - 7/1

Cersei Lannister - 8/1

Arya Stark - 10/1

Jaime Lannister - 12/1

Tyrion Lannister - 33/1

Jon Snow - 100/1

Daenerys Targaryen - 100/1

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