Strictly Come Dancing Betting Odds: Adam Thomas has '60% CHANCE' of being next celebrity eliminated on Strictly this year after last weekend's dance-off appearance!

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Adam Thomas is now the clear favourite to leave Strictly this weekend with bookies suggesting a 60% chance he goes!

Strictly Come Dancing Betting Odds: Adam Thomas has '60% CHANCE' of being next celebrity eliminated on Strictly this year after last weekend's dance-off appearance!

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  • Adam Thomas is the odds-on favourite to be the next celebrity voted off Strictly this year
  • Ellie Leach now moves into 11/8 favourite to win the show after impressing last weekend
  • OLBG look at the full list of dances that the celebrities will perform this week

Adam Thomas is the odds-on favourite to be the next celebrity voted off Strictly this year

Strictly Come Dancing continues for another week and UK Betting Sites are offering odds on who the next celebrity eliminated on the show will be this weekend.

Actor Adam Thomas appeared in the dance-off last weekend against the departing Zara McDermott and he's now odds-on at 4/6 to be voted off this week.

Adam Thomas is partnered up with Luba Mushtuk and will be dancing an American Rumba to Dancing On My Own by Calum Scott on Saturday night's show.

Sunday night though could see him eliminated and the latest odds from William Hill suggest a 60% chance of that happening.

Strictly Come Dancing Next EliminationOddsProbability
Adam Thomas
4/660.0%
Annabel Croft
9/218.2%
Angela Rippon5/116.7%
Krishnan Guru-Murthy
11/215.4%
What the expert says..

After last weekend's dance-off appearance, Adam Thomas is now the bookies favourite to leave Strictly this weekend! The latest odds suggest a 60% chance that he leaves this week.

Steve Madgwick - Entertainment Betting Expert - OLBG.com

Ellie Leach now moves into 11/8 favourite to win the show after impressing last weekend

Former Coronation Street star Ellie Leach has now moved into the betting favourite to win Strictly Come Dancing after arguably the dance of the night last weekend.

Leach is now 11/8 to win Strictly and has moved into favourite after that performance with Bobby Brazier's odds to win drifting out.

Nigel Harman wraps up the top three of the betting market as he has done throughout the series so far with his odds staying fairly consistent.

Strictly Come Dancing Winner 2023OddsProbability
Ellie Leach
11/842.1%
Bobby Brazier9/430.8%
Nigel Harman9/218.2%
Layton Williams
9/110.0%
Angela Scanlon12/17.7%
Angela Rippon
16/15.9%
Annabel Croft
33/12.9%
Krishnan Guru-Murthy50/12.0%

OLBG look at the full list of dances that the celebrities will perform this week

Another big night of dances is on the way on Strictly this weekend with the full list of routines released as always by the BBC.

Two couples choices will take place this weekend and could that bring the first 40 that we have seen of the series so far?

The full list of dances for this weekend, plus the songs which they will perform those dances to is:

  • Adam and Luba: American Rumba to Dancing On My Own by Calum Scott
  • Annabel and Johannes: Couple’s Choice to Wings by Birdy
  • Angela R and Kai: Waltz to Fascination by Nat King Cole
  • Angela S and Carlos: Samba to Ain’t It Funny by Jennifer Lopez
  • Bobby and Dianne: Argentine Tango to Sail by AWOLNATION
  • Ellie and Vito: American Smooth to Ain’t That A Kick In The Head by Robbie Williams
  • Krishnan and Lauren: Couple’s Choice to You Can Call Me Al by Paul Simon
  • Layton and Nikita: Jive to Shake Ur Body by SHY FX, T.Power, Di
  • Nigel and Katya: Tango to Nothing Breaks Like a Heart by Mark Ronson ft. Miley Cyrus

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