We’re down to the final week of the “Experiment” that is Married At First Sight and if there’s anything we’ve learnt from a series, like a pile-up of cars on the freeway – people simply can’t look away even though they probably should.
Tonight, the remaining couples start to make their final vows decide if they want to remain together after the experiment.
While we aren’t offering markets to confirm which couples called it quits as soon as filming finished, we are offering one on how many people will watch it.
Last Sunday nights episode of Married At First Sight ended up attracting 1.154 million viewers nationally and the bookies have set the market at 1.31 million.
With this being the equivalent of the MAFS Grand Final and people most likely wanting to avoid another news special, it should easily surpass the 1.31 million mark tonight.
— Married At First Sight (@MarriedAU) March 28, 2020
You know what they say, if you want the weather to change in Melbourne – just wait 10 minutes.
The BOM is forecasting an eventful day for Melbourne “Humid. Partly cloudy. High (70%) chance of showers, most likely during this afternoon and early evening. The chance of a thunderstorm during this afternoon and evening, possibly severe. Winds northerly 25 to 40 km/h. Tip of 25 degrees.”
Sounds like a good day to stay at home, which we all should be doing in the first place.
For mine, I fancy an even temp at around 2 pm based on forecasts.
We're in for a humid day across the suburbs tomorrow – it'll start dry, but showers are likely in the afternoon and evening. In the city tomorrow from a low of 19C we're heading for a top of 25C. @MelinaSarris7 with your forecast. #7NEWS pic.twitter.com/hkY3TuJPi0
— 7NEWS Melbourne (@7NewsMelbourne) March 28, 2020
We’re having a break from Ukraine Ping Pong and Sweedish Soccer and have asked the in-house Profit Prophet for a tip at Sale today.
He’s given us this Each-Way on Von Mystic in Race 4, The Profit tells us
“Von Mystic has returned three fair efforts this time in, but I think he’s ready to do something four-up at Sale today, at a lovely price ($9 at publish). The Logan McGill-trained gelding was settled off the pace here at his most recent outing and did muster something of a nice turn of foot to run on for fifth. Campbell Rawiller takes the ride and the horse gets a nice relief in the weights, as a result.”