Only three episodes remain and out Fantasy League is getting tighter and tighter. With nobody keeping a full team intact, the end game will determine just who makes it to top position.
The Week 7 points have been tallied and updated, with the results listed below.
WEEK 7 POINT BREAKDOWN
Looking at the Fantasy League’s point distribution, here’s how the points laid out –
For winning the Reward Challenge in a team, Dani, Wai, Flick and Cara all received 1 point, given Cara correctly backed up the right team and was not just automatically given a reward, I thought it were fair to give her a point here.
For winning the Immunity Challenge, Hayley picked up 3 points.
Hayley, George, Wai and Cara all correctly voted out Andrew, and received 1 point.
For winning the Immunity Challenge, Dani received 3 points.
Cara played her idol on herself, and thus picked up 2 points.
Hayley, George, Wai and Cara all correctly voted out Flick, and earned 1 point.
Flick then smashed a ‘Save’ urn which brought her straight back into the game, giving her 1 point.
For winning the Individual Reward Challenge, Dani received 2 points.
Wai won her first Individual Immunity Challenge, and earned 3 points.
Flick found a hidden immunity idol and received 1 point.
At Tribal Council, George, Wai and Hayley all correctly voted for Dani, earning 1 point. While Cara was part of the split-vote plan, she never voted against Dani and thus did not earn any points this episode.
Here’s how the points were broken down between the 24 Australian Survivor players.
Despite being voted out, Emmett has still accumulated the most points in the competition thus far. Dani, who was voted out this week, is in second with a total of 41 points (possibly 42 if she correctly votes for the Sole Survivor). Out of our five remaining crew, Hayley leads with 39 points, with Wai and George equal 2nd at 38 points. Cara is only a few behind on 35, while Flick sits at the bottom on 33 points. No doubt whoever becomes the Sole Survivor and possibly the Runner-Up will end up making the top two amongst the cast, surpassing Emmett’s position in 1st overall. There are no more opportunities to return to the game and given the usual schedule of Australian Survivor seasons, it’s likely we’ll only have Immunity Challenges from here on out, giving minimal opportunities for big-money points.
WEEK 7 STANDINGS
Here are the standings for all 105 Fantasy League entrants.
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Still rocking in 1st place is Jonathan, keeping their team of three intact and reaching a total of 159 points. Quite a sizeable yet still passable lead over 2nd place’s Fletcher O’Neill, who last week was the only person with a full team and in 4th place. With Dani bringing their total to three team members left, a total thus far of 151 points still puts them in a position to win the competition. While eight points separate 1st and 2nd, eight points separate 2nd and 3rd as both Ryan Cundall and Kathryn Leake currently share the bronze medal at 143 points.
We’ve seen quite a change at our top few from last week to this week, so no doubt the final three episodes will keep the competition close before we see exactly who will finish on the podium. At the bottom of the table, a big congratulations to Tanya Saunders, who has finally managed to claw their way out of last place and in =103rd. This does mean Brendan Pratt falls to last place overall, and with such a gap between him and the entrants above, he will finish up with the wooden spoon.
In a surprising move, 10 has decided to air the season finale on the following Sunday (the 11th of September) instead of Tuesday, so don’t forget to free up your night for the epic final showdown.
Look for your name to see where you stand so far in the competition. And remember, anything can happen between now and finale night!
Later this week, the weekly Australian Survivor Review will be posted and I’ll assess the final five, making my predictions as to who will rise to the top and who will fall just short of the finale!
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