Strictly Come Dancing Betting Odds: NEW FAVOURITE in the Strictly Come Dancing market as Nigel Harman WALTZES to the top of the market at 7/4!

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The dance floor has a new favourite! Nigel Harman waltzes to the top of the Strictly Come Dancing market with 7/4 odds. The competition is heating up on the dance floor.

Strictly Come Dancing Betting Odds: NEW FAVOURITE in the Strictly Come Dancing market as Nigel Harman WALTZES to the top of the market at 7/4!

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  • Actor Nigel Harman is now the 7/4 favourite to win this year's series of Strictly Come Dancing
  • Bobby Brazier drifts out in the betting market to 3/1 after being favourite for past few weeks
  • Les Dennis was the first celebrity eliminated from Strictly this year

Actor Nigel Harman is now the 7/4 favourite to win this year's series of Strictly Come Dancing

Betting remains available on this year's Strictly Come Dancing and the betting market has changed after the first lot of live shows with bookmakers now putting Nigel Harman as the favourite to win.

The Casualty actor has been in the top half of the betting since the start and an impressive dance in week one, which saw him top the leaderboard, made his odds cut into second favourite.

Now though his odds have been slashed once more from 3/1 last week to the new favourite at 7/4 after impressing once more with a stunning Viennese Waltz on Saturday night.

William Hill have now made Harman the outright favourite with the latest betting odds suggesting there's a 36% chance of him winning this year's series of Strictly Come Dancing.

Strictly Come Dancing Winner 2023 Odds Probability
Nigel Harman 7/4 36.4%
Bobby Brazier
3/1 25.0%
Angela Scanlon 5/1 16.7%
Ellie Leach
7/1 12.5%
Amanda Abbington
8/1 11.1%
Layton Williams
8/1 11.1%
Annabel Croft 20/1 4.8%
Angela Rippon 20/1 4.8%
What the expert says...

Casualty actor Nigel Harman has now moved into FAVOURITE to win this year's Strictly Come Dancing after another impressive display at the weekend! Former favourite Bobby Brazier has drifted out to 3/1 in the betting market.

Steve Madgwick - Entertainment Betting Expert - OLBG.com

Bobby Brazier drifts out in the betting market to 3/1 after being favourite for past few weeks

Eastenders actor Bobby Brazier has long been the favourite to win Strictly Come Dancing since the contestants were announced but he's now drifted to second favourite after the weekend.

Harman overtook Brazier in the betting despite scoring lower than the actor but the public were high of praise for both of them on social media at the weekend.

This though has seen William Hill move the market around with Brazier coming out to 3/1 from the 9/4 odds that he was at to win the show on Friday before the second live episode of the series.

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Les Dennis was the first celebrity eliminated from Strictly this year

Sunday evening saw the first elimination of the series on this year's Strictly Come Dancing with actor and comedian Les Dennis the first celebrity to leave the show.

The former Family Fortunes presenter finished bottom on both of the first two weekend's of Strictly after two fairly laughable dances with 16 and 15 points scored respectively.

This saw him in the bottom to against Nikita Kanda who was pretty unimpressive herself with scores of 18 in both of the first two weekends.

The judges then unanimously decided to save Nikita in the dance-off against Les Dennis with a similarly disastrous performance from the actor on Sunday night's show.

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