‘Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X’ predictions: Will Wahl and Jessica Lewis could both be eliminated

This week “Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X” will say goodbye to two castaways in a Thanksgiving week double episode. According to our predictions, Will Wahl with 13/5 odds and Jessica Lewis with 10/3 odds are most in danger of being the two eliminations. Do you agree or disagree with our readers’ findings? Hurry – make your “Survivor 33” predictions for a chance to top our famous leaderboards. It’s fun and easy, so start now by predicting who will be out next.

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For Will, he’s mostly become guilty by association. Early in the game he chose to align with Jay Starrett who folded him into an alliance with three other since-eliminated millennials. At this point, if the merged tribe wants to go another week without turning on itself, Will is most in danger because unlike Jay he does not have a hidden immunity idol at his disposal. For the reason and despite being the prime target for the nine-person majority alliance, Jay is in fourth place as the likeliest to go home with only 9/2 odds. His idol and a high probability of winning one or either immunity challenges this week could keep him safe through the two eliminations.

If Will is eliminated in the first hour and Jay is supposedly immune during the second hour, the large alliance will have no choice but to turn on itself. Our first glimpse into how that might shake out came last week when Sunday Burquest voiced her desire to get rid of Jessica, a likely preview to one of this week’s main conflicts. It’s possible though that Jessica gets the best of Sunday first and sends her home instead — we’re giving Sunday 9/1 odds of going home.

How the Sunday vs. Jessica tension concludes will determine which players will be in the seat of power for the rest of the game. Sunday’s closest allies are Bret LaBelle and Chris Hammons while Jessica has close ties to Ken McNickle and David Wright, an even split of the six Gen X-ers still in the game. Both sides of that divide have ties to the remaining Millennials, though the bond between David and Zeke Smith, who has the most sway over Hannah Shapiro and Adam Klein, gives Jessica the advantage here.

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