Strictly Come Dancing Final Betting Odds: Hamza Yassin now EVEN SHORTER to win Strictly as bookies give him a 69% chance of winning according to latest odds!

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Strictly Come Dancing Final Betting Odds: Hamza Yassin now EVEN SHORTER to win Strictly as bookies give him a 69% chance of winning according to latest odds!

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  • Hamza Yassin is now 4/9 to win the famous Glitterball this weekend
  • Helen Skelton remains the second favourite to win the Strictly final ahead of this weekend
  • What will the remaining contestants dance to in this weekend's final?

Hamza Yassin is now 4/9 to win the famous Glitterball this weekend

Hamza Yassin is now as short as 4/9 to win this year's Strictly Come Dancing according to the latest bookie odds ahead of this weekend's final.

Yassin has long been favourite for the show since the early weeks but the odds are shortening even more as the week goes on.

William Hill have moved his odds from 1/2 to 4/9 in the space of three days, giving him a 69% chance of winning from 66% earlier in the week.

We may well see the odds shorten even more ahead of Saturday's final with the market constantly moving before Saturday's final.

Strictly Come Dancing Winner Odds Probability
Hamza Yassin 4/9 69.2%
Helen Skelton 7/4 36.4%
Molly Rainford 25/1 3.8%
Fleur East 40/1 2.4%

Long-time third favourite Will Mellor was eliminated this last weekend after appearing in the dance-off for the first time against Fleur East.

Hamza Yassin is now as short as 4/9 to win this year's Strictly Come Dancing ahead of the final of the show taking place this weekend! Bookies say it's a two horse race between Yassin and Helen Skelton to win the Glitterball.

Steve Madgwick - Strictly Betting Expert - OLBG.com

Helen Skelton remains the second favourite to win the Strictly final ahead of this weekend

Similar to Hamza's long stint as favourite to win the show, Helen Skelton has been the second favourite for this year's Strictly for most of the series.

Skelton is a 7/4 shot for the final this weekend with bookies giving her a 36% chance of winning the famous dance show.

The Strictly Come Dancing final will be aired on Saturday at 19:05pm on BBC One, with the final lasting over 2 hours.

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What will the remaining contestants dance to in this weekend's final?

Each of the remaining four couples in this weekend's final will have to perform three dances each to win the show.

The dances include one that is picked by the judges, usually wanting a dance that they've done previously that needs work.

There's also a favourite dance that the couple themselves choose that tends to be their best dance they've done in the season


Fleur & Vito

  • Judges’ Pick: Samba to Hot Hot Hot by Arrow
  • Favourite Dance: Couple's Choice to Destiny’s Child Megamix by Destiny’s Child
  • Show Dance: Find Me by Sigma featuring Birdy
    Helen & Gorka
  • Judges’ Pick: Jive to Tightrope by Janelle Monáe
  • Favourite Dance: Couple's Choice to Mein Herr by Liza Minnelli (from Cabaret)
  • Show Dance: Shine by Emeli Sandé
    Molly & Carlos
  • Judges’ Pick: Quickstep to Love On Top by Beyoncé
  • Favourite Dance: Rumba to All The Man That I Need by Whitney Houston
  • Show Dance: Kiss/1999 by Prince
    Hamza & Jowita
  • Judges’ Pick: Salsa to Ecuador by Sash! featuring Rodriguez
  • Favourite Dance: Couple's Choice to Jerusalema - Remix by Master KG featuring Burna Boy and Nomcebo Zikode
  • Show Dance: Let’s Face The Music And Dance by Irving Berlin

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