Strictly Come Dancing Betting Odds: Ellie Leach is the MASSIVE market mover this week after her odds are SLASHED following 10 awarded to her on Saturday's show!

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Former Coronation Street star Ellie Leach wows on Strictly Come Dancing this week, driving her odds to win to a short 4/1. While not the frontrunner, her stunning performance has secured her a solid position in the betting market.

Strictly Come Dancing Betting Odds: Ellie Leach is the MASSIVE market mover this week after her odds are SLASHED following 10 awarded to her on Saturday's show!

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  • Eddie Kadi was the latest celebrity eliminated from the show this weekend

Ellie Leach latest market mover to win Strictly this year following impressive performance on Saturday

Former Coronation Street star Ellie Leach is the biggest market mover this weekend to win Strictly Come Dancing after an impressive performance on Saturday night's show.

UK Betting Sites have now slashed her odds in half from 8/1 to just 4/1 to win now after Motsi Mabuse awarded her a 10 for a stunning Paso Doble to 'Insomnia' by Faithless on Saturday.

Those latest odds now put her as the third favourite in the betting market to win, putting her behind both Bobby Brazier and Nigel Harman in the market.

William Hill's latest odds suggest there's a 20% chance of Leach winning the show with Layton Williams fourth favourite despite hitting a near-perfect 39 out of 40 on Saturday evening.

Strictly Come Dancing Winner 2023OddsProbability
Bobby Brazier
9/430.8%
Nigel Harman5/228.6%
Ellie Leach
5/116.7%
Layton Williams6/114.3%
Angela Scanlon8/111.1%
Amanda Abbington
10/19.1%
Angela Rippon
20/14.8%
Annabel Croft40/12.4%
What the expert says...

Ellie Leach is the latest market mover to win Strictly Come Dancing with bookmakers now slashing her odds from 8/1 last week to just 4/1 now to win the show this year after impressing on Saturday night!

Steve Madgwick - Entertainment Betting Expert - OLBG.com

Bobby Brazier remains the favourite to win the series this year after another strong display

Eastenders actor and Model Bobby Brazier is still at the top of the betting market to win this year's Strictly after his good performances continued this week.

Brazier scored 32 points out of 40 with Anton Du Beke awarding him 9 points for an emotional Viennese waltz with parter Dianne to "Golden Hour" by JVKE.

Nigel Harman is still the second favourite in the betting market to win despite stumbling his way through the Foxtrot this week as he messed up his footwork.

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Eddie Kadi was the latest celebrity eliminated from the show this weekend

Comedian Eddie Kadi was the latest celebrity to be voted off from Strictly just two weeks after he was awarded a 10 by Shirley Ballas for his Men In Black routine.

Kadi came up against Zara McDermott in the dance off which was the closest one of the series so far with both fairly close in terms of quality this week.

Once again though the judges unanimously voted to save Zara and Graziano in the dance-off for their American Smooth to 'Can't Fight The Moonlight' by LeAnn Rimes.

Betting odds are not yet up for this week's elimination but it will be a shock to see anyone other than Zara sit at the top of the odds to go next for yet another week.

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