Game of Thrones
Will Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) win “Game of Thrones?” Odds aren’t in her favor ahead of the series finale.  Helen Sloan/HBO

“Game of Thrones” is officially coming to an end, but that doesn’t mean fans aren’t having any say on how they think the final episode of the HBO series will play out.

According to SportsInsider, fans have been placing a flurry of bets on several elements of the show’s conclusion, including who will still die and who will, of course, be the person who sits on the Iron Throne in the end. While some bets are likely to still change, there have been some interesting results found in odds collected by both their site and others.

Ahead of the series finale, take a look at the final expected odds of certain characters.

Ruler Of The Seven Kingdoms:

Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead-Wright) is shockingly still an odds-on favorite among those betting to be the person who has control of the Seven Kingdoms when the series comes to an end. While the character has not expressed interest in any level or sort of rule since assuming the role of the Three-Eyed Raven, the series has been known to shock and surprise fans many times in the past, which is why fans likely have him pegged as the favorite. He leads the odds at –350, but other contenders include:

  • Sansa Stark +450
  • Jon Snow or Tyrion Lannister +750
  • Samwell Tarly, Daenerys Targaryen or Gendry +1500
  • Arya Stark, any child of Arya Stark or any child of Jon Snow +2500
  • Davos Seaworth or Bronn +5000
  • Yara Greyjoy +10000

Because Bran is the odds-on favorite to rule and is closely followed by his sister, Sansa (Sophie Turner), House Stark is also the favorites in terms of which house will be the most powerful overall when it comes to ruling Westeros, with odds of –250 in that race.

Who Still Needs To Die:

Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke), likely because of her descent into madness during “The Bells,” is the odds-on favorite not only marked for death in the show’s final episode, but also as the first person to perish as a whole, with –350 odds at being the first to die and –1000 odds to die before the final episode ends overall. The odds of some other characters dying may also be surprising.

Tyrion Lannister stands at +750 in odds to die first, and +300 in odds to die at all, with many believing if he dies, it will be because he is executed, with those odds sitting at –250. Other odds include:

  • Arya Stark at +750 to die first and +1750 to die overall
  • Drogon at +1500 to die first and +300 to die overall
  • Davos Seaworth at +1500 to die first and +750 to die overall
  • Jon Snow at +2500 to die first and +750 to die overall
  • Sansa Stark at +2500 to die first and +1750 to die overall
  • Gendry at +5000 to die first and +1750 to die overall
  • Bran Stark at +7500 to die first and +1250 to die overall
  • Samwell Tarly at both +7500 to die first and to die overall

Since Daenerys is an odds-on favorite to die and likely because someone killed her, odds are mostly that she will be killed by one of two characters. While Jon Snow (Kit Harington) is heavily favored at –300, Arya Stark is also a strong contender with odds of +450.

Who Gets The Last Word

As for which character has the best chance of being the last one to speak during the show’s epic conclusion, a long-held fan theory about Samwell Tarly (John Bradley) seems to be making fans believe he is most likely to have the last line of the series, with odds at +125 in his favor. The other characters who fans think could speak last include:

  • Bran Stark +250
  • Tyrion Lannister +350
  • Jon Snow +700
  • Davos Seaworth +1500
  • Sansa Stark +2500
  • Bronn +2500
  • Arya Stark +5000
  • Daenerys Targaryen +5000
  • Grey Worm +5000

Will the odds be right? Find out when the “Game of Thrones” series finale airs at 9 p.m. EDT on HBO.