The Bachelor Sam Wood with finalists Snezana Markoski, left, and Lana Jeavons-Fellows.
The Bachelor Sam Wood with finalists Snezana Markoski, left, and Lana Jeavons-Fellows. Channel 10

Who will The Bachelor Sam Wood choose tonight?

THE Bachelor Sam Wood will hand out his last rose in tonight's grand final of Ten's popular reality dating show.

The Melbourne fitness company owner will be seen introducing finalists Snezana Markoski and Lana Jeavons-Fellows to his dad and sister tonight before making his final decision.

According to the "love leaderboard" on the show's website, fans still believe single mum Markoski is more likely to be the last woman standing.

The 34-year-old from Perth has received 75 percent of the public vote, compared to 25 percent for Fellows, who entered the show more recently as an intruder.

But Wood says the amount of time the women have been on the show won't be the deciding factor.

"You don't chose someone you're going to potentially spend the rest of your life with based on how long they've been in the house," he told APN.

"You base it on your compatibility and if you can see a future with them."

The Bachelor grand final airs at 7.30pm tonight on Channel 10.

Here's Wood's final say on the two women vying for his heart:

Snezana

The Bachelor finalist Snezana Markoski.
The Bachelor finalist Snezana Markoski.

"I think my family will get along with her fantastically well. Snez is a bit shier than the other girls and maybe wasn't as comfortable on camera, but when you're in person with her she's highly intelligent and has such a beautiful heart. She's a beautiful person inside and out and I think they (my family) will definitely be able to see that when they get the opportunity to meet her face-to-face."

 

Lana

The Bachelor finalist Lana Jeavons-Fellows.
The Bachelor finalist Lana Jeavons-Fellows.

"The way Lana engages with you, she's got this really vivacious personality. She's a brilliant communicator in every way, not just in her words but she has great body language and is a really good listener. I feel she can just connect with people incredibly quickly and it's really genuine. To add to that she's just a beautiful girl."



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