Strictly Come Dancing Betting Odds: Bobby Brazier remains favourite after first dance of the series with Ellie Leach the biggest market mover as odds SLASHED!

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After a stunning first dance, Bobby Brazier retains his top spot in the Strictly Come Dancing betting odds at 9/4. Ellie Leach emerges as the biggest market mover with slashed odds.

Strictly Come Dancing Betting Odds: Bobby Brazier remains favourite after first dance of the series with Ellie Leach the biggest market mover as odds SLASHED!

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  • Bobby Brazier still favourite to win this year's Strictly Come Dancing after strong first dance
  • Ellie Leach's odds slashed from 16/1 to 6/1 to win the show
  • Nikita Kanda is the favourite to be the first celebrity voted out this year

Bobby Brazier still favourite to win this year's Strictly Come Dancing after strong first dance

This year's series of Strictly Come Dancing is now officially underway after the first live show of the year taking place at the weekend with a whole host of strong performances already.

Eastenders actor and model Bobby Brazier was the early favourite to win the show and his odds with UK Betting Sites have shortened further from 11/4 to just 9/4 to be crowned champion.

Bobby and his dance partner Dianne Buswell scored 29 points for their Foxtrot to 'All About You' by McFly and this saw them in joint second spot in the leaderboard.

William Hill have now shortened his odds to win the show even further afte that performance with the latest betting odds now suggesting a 30% chance of him winning the show.

Strictly Come Dancing Winner 2023 Odds Probability
Bobby Brazier 9/4 30.8%
Nigel Harman
3/1 25.0%
Ellie Leach 6/1 14.3%
Angela Scanlon 6/1 14.3%
Annabel Croft
8/1 11.1%
Layton Williams
10/1 9.1%
Amanda Abbington 12/1 7.7%
Angela Rippon 20/1 4.8%
What the expert says...

Bobby Brazier remains favourite to win this year's Strictly with bookmakers shortening his odds further to just 9/4 to win after an impressive first dance saw him in joint second place in the leaderboard! Nigel Harman topped the leaderboard and sits behind Brazier in the odds.

Steve Madgwick - Entertainment Betting Expert - OLBG.com

Ellie Leach's odds slashed from 16/1 to 6/1 to win the show

Former Coronation Street star Ellie Leach was one of those dancers who was joint second favourite along with Bobby Brazier on 29 points after a great first dance on the show.

Ellie did a Jive with her professional partner Vito Coppola to Zara Larsson's 'Can't Tame Her' and the judges were impressed with a total score of 29 points given.

This instantly saw her odds shorten with the odds for her to win being slashed from 16/1 on Saturday morning to just 6/1 now with the betting odds putting her as joint second favourite.

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Nikita Kanda is the favourite to be the first celebrity voted out this year

Nikita Kanda is the clear favourite to be the first celebrity to leave the show this year with her first dance of the series only receiving 18 points which put her in 14th place in the leaderboard.

There was no elimination from Strictly on the first weekend as the celebrities are given a week to get used to the competition but Kanda is now 7/4 to be voted out first.

Kanda has moved from 11/2 to the heavy favourite to be the first celebrity to be eliminated with bookies not impressed by her first dance on the show.

Strictly Come Dancing 2023 First Elimination Odds Probability
Nikita Kanda
7/4 30.8%
Krishnan Guru-Murthy
11/4 26.7%
Les Dennis
3/1 25.0%
Jody Cundy 5/1 16.7%
Eddie Kadi 7/1 12.5%
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