As we enter the last day of votes for the Labour leadership contest, Total Politics takes a look at some of the predictions from the blogosphere.
Dan Hodges of Labour Uncut calls it for David Miliband:
"This Saturday, David Miliband will be elected. It will not mean that we are on the path back to power. Nor that we have fully come to terms with our election defeat. But we will have a new leader. And the right one. For the moment, that is enough."
He puts this potential result down to Ed Miliband's "willingness to trade electability for perceived ideological purity", David Miliband's own "political courage" and an assertion that new Labour is already dead and doesn't need to be killed again by his brother.
Over at LabourList, Mark Ferguson has a "hunch" for Ed Miliband, but shies away from making an overall prediction and supposes that the race will be so close that it will come down to "third or even forth preferences".
"What little evidence there is suggests that Ed Miliband may have a slight advantage on second preferences - that he may be less 'marmite' than his brother - but there isn't a strong or consistent body of factual evidence to back that up. That's a hunch, nothing more or less - that's why I riddled it with caveats."
On the other side of the fence, Paul Staines aka Guido Fawkes thinks Ed Miliband is going to win, and spins his prediction into an attack on the Alternative Vote:
"The Labour Party's use of AV shows how perverse that electoral system can be ... Are they mad? Labour supporters think David Miliband is twice the leader his younger brother will be, yet they are going to choose the weaker candidate on second preferences."
Sunder Katwala, general secretary of the Fabian Society, puts his hat into the ring at Next Left and courageously predicts that the victor will be "Mr Miliband".
"...let us be the first to declare our warmest congratulations to the next party leader, Mr Miliband, ahead of his election at the weekend."