The 2022 season of The Block is set to come to an end next month.

But it seems the winners may have already been leaked, with one team heading into November’s auction day the clear favourites.

According to online bookmakers  Tom and Sarah-Jane from House 1 will come out on top.

The winners of The Block: Tree Change may have already been leaked, with Tom and Sarah-Jane (pictured) from House 1 predicted to come out on top, according to Sportsbet and TAB

The married couple have odds of $2.62 on Sportsbet and $2.25 on TAB.

Dylan and Jenny are listed second with odds of $3.75, according to Sportsbet.

The betting site then ranks Omar and Oz and Rachel and Ryan equal third, with their odds sitting at $4.50.

Dylan and Jenny (pictured) are listed second with odds of $3.75, according to Sportsbet

The betting site then ranks Omar and Oz (pictured) and Rachel and Ryan equal third, with their odds sitting at $4.50

TAB predicts Rachel and Ryan and Omar and Oz will be equal runners-up with identical odds of $4.

Both bookmakers have Sharon and Ankur placing last, with TAB paying out $9 while Sportsbet gives them odds of $10.

However, it should be noted the winner will not be revealed until next month, when viewers get to see who earns the most at auction over their reserve prices.

TAB predicts Rachel and Ryan (pictured) and Omar and Oz will be equal runners-up with identical odds of $4

In August, weeks after the premiere of the 2022 season, contestants Dylan and Jenny were tipped by bookmakers as most likely to win the show.

The pair had $2.75 odds, closely followed by Rachel and Ryan with odds of $4.

The predictions come after several cheating scandals and ‘dodgy dealing’ accusations were made on this year’s season of The Block.

Tom and Sarah-Jane were accused of copying Victorian designer Kate Walker’s ideas for their children’s nursery from Sunday’s episode.

Both bookmakers have Sharon and Ankur (pictured) placing last, with TAB paying out $9 while Sportsbet gives them odds of $10

After fans accused the couple of ‘copying’, and photos emerged of the two rooms looking suspiciously similar, Sarah-Jane addressed the situation via the couple’s joint Instagram page.

‘Hey, guys. I just wanted to come on here and address all the drama surrounding the nursery Tom and I presented last night,’ she said.

‘People seem to be upset that I copied @katewalker_design but I’m not really sure why.’

Sarah-Jane continued: طراحی سایت در مشهد ‘I posted over five days ago that I used her design as inspiration and that I wanted to replicate it. I am not a designer trying to rip off another designer’s work.

Tom and Sarah-Jane were accused of copying Victorian designer Kate Walker’s ideas for their children’s nursery from Sunday’s episode

Tom and Sarah-Jane’s room (right) features a similar printed ceiling wallpaper, green walls, white speckled chest of drawers, large white chair, pink rug and rattan bassinet that can be seen in Kate Walker’s original design (left)

‘I am a social worker who is building a house on a TV show and wanted that amazing room in the home. If it was in my own home, no one would be saying the hurtful things they have been.’

She went on to say she knew ‘copying’ Ms Walker’s design ‘on national TV would be controversial’, but she was ‘okay with taking the risk’.

‘I could have easily designed my own room / concept like I did the rest of the home but I didn’t want to. I wanted that exact look and that’s okay,’ she added.

Sarah-Jane said she was unaware of The Block’s ’30 per cent rule’.

‘I’m not ashamed or embarrassed of what I did. I have credited Kate and I never once on the show claimed it was my design,’ she continued.

‘Many people throughout the week saw the photo of Kate’s design I was working off and no one ever said anything to me. I hope this settles people’s thoughts and remember please be kind to people.’

The Block’s Omar and Oz (pictured) were accused of ‘dodgy dealing’ after they managed to score a massive bargain on a baby grand piano

Meanwhile, Omar and Oz have been accused of using underhanded tactics to secure discounted goods on the show. 

The scandal broke out on The Block last month when they scored a $36,000 baby grand piano for just $7,509.

They were also accused of breaking the rules by using friends and family as free labour.

Their activity raised suspicions among other contestants, with Sarah-Jane even calling for a site-wide financial audit.

Meanwhile, Sharon and Ankur have claimed they’ve been given an unfair ‘villain edit’ and slammed producers who they say made them look like the bad guys.

‘I’ve played villains in my acting career and they’re always fun, but no, we don’t consider ourselves villains – and neither does anyone who knows us,’ Sharon recently told .

Sharon also called out the producers for their dirty tricks, after private conversations between the couple – which had been picked up by the microphones attached to their clothes – were ‘replayed and used in a storyline’.

Sharon and Ankur (pictured) have claimed they’ve been given an unfair ‘villain edit’ and slammed producers who they say made them look like the bad guys

 

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