Bet on Strictly Come Dancing 2021

There are eleven couples left in the 2021 series of Strictly Come Dancing, with four couples having been eliminated so far and the picture is now becoming clearer when it comes to the celebrities who are most likely to reach the final of the show in December.

Can Anyone Stop Rose Ayling-Ellis Winning Strictly?

Ayling-Ellis was regarded as something of an unknown before the latest edition of Strictly Come Dancing started, although the EastEnders actress has been impressing the judges with some of the performances that she has pulled off with dance partner Giovani Pernice. Rose is the first deaf person to compete in the series and she scored 36 in week 3 before a less impressive 27 in week 4.

Perhaps it’s still relatively early days and John Whaite is also breaking new boundaries in Strictly on the basis that the baker and television presenter is the first male contestant to dance with a professional of the same gender. Whaite has scored 39 in one week and looks set to go a long way in the competition.

AJ Odudu Could Be the Best Bet

There has been everything to like about AJ Odudu considering that the television presenter was able to rack up 65 points combined over Week 1 and Week 2, while she has since scored 35 and 28 in ensuing weeks.

The 33-year-old has got a bubbly personality and the potential to really improve as Strictly 2021 wears on, with the bookies currently making this a three-horse race considering that everyone else is trading at 20/1 or bigger.

Fletcher and Peaty Next in the Betting

Tom Fletcher is hoping to become the latest McFly entrant to win Strictly Come Dancing, with the 36-year-old looking fairly solid with dance partner Amy Dowden. His scores haven’t been anything to write home about, although we could see him emerge from the pack and his bandmates have previously done well in the show.

Adam Peaty is well-known for his heroics in the Olympics, with the swimmer also hovering around the same price point and it’s feasible that the Olympian will train hard and come through to feature in the final few dancers.


AJ Odudu

2020 Strictly Come Dancing Betting Market

We’re enjoying Series 18 of Strictly Come Dancing in the United Kingdom, with eight couples now remaining in the show after already saying goodbye to Jacqui & Anton, Jason & Luba and Max & Dianne.

We’ve also seen Katya and Nicola having to step down after a COVID-19 assessment, although there is still plenty of dancing left to be enjoyed by the remaining eight couples and there’s an interesting couple who have now hit the top of the TV betting market.

Bill Bailey Now Odds-On to Win 2020 Strictly

Bailey was regarded as something of an outsider before Strictly 2020 started, with the comedian being partnered with Oti Mabuse and one wondered if he would be one of the earliest casualties in the show, although the performer has shown that he’s really twinkle-toed on the dancefloor.

Despite amassing 27 points and not being the highest scorers, it’s evident that Bailey is a big hit and he’s 1.73 to win the latest series of Strictly, with Oti a highly popular celebrity and it appears that they have a great chemistry on the dancefloor which could see them go close.

However, it should be noted that Clara Amfo is the dancer who is pulling up all the trees at the moment and she was able to rack up a huge points total with Aljaz in the past week and could still prove to be the winner.

Who Are the Other Leading Strictly Contenders?

HRVY is a performer who doesn’t have any vowels in his name although let’s admit that this is a popularity contest and he is dancing well with Janette which suggests that he could go close in this and possibly reach the grand final.

Maisie Smith has been one of the other standout performers until recently where she dropped down the pecking order although the Eastenders actress is still trading at single figure odds and that means that half the field are at a relatively short price.

Who Are the Strictly Outsiders?

There are still many couples left in 2020 Strictly Come Dancing who are likely to be competing to avoid eviction in this show, with JJ Chalmers looking as though he could bow out and he’s the latest favourite to be voted off the BBC spectacle.

Caroline Quentin clearly has a passion for dancing although it appears as though her time will be up on the show soon, while Jamie Laing could be among the celebrities who are the most annoying in the entire history of Strictly, while Ranvir Singh also appears to be on the verge of going out.

Grab your low-cut tops, high-flying skirts and large bottles of fake tan, Strictly Come Dancing is back! As the latest batch of soap-opera cast-offs, middle-tier sports “stars” and one or two genuine celebrities get in the groove for the opening week of action, we bring you our betting tips and predictions for what will transpire in the 2015 season of Strictly Come Dancing. We’ve got all the latest betting odds on which couple will be good (or popular) enough to win the famous Glitterball Trophy, and our live odds comparison ensures you’ll get the best prices available. So, without further ado, let’s get dancing!

There are 15 couples lining up for this year’s Strictly, with an interesting range of contestants that include celebrity chef Ainsley Harriott, Aussie singer and one-time heartthrob Peter Andre and Sky Sports News presenter Kirsty Gallacher. But which of the celebs will turn out to have twinkle toes, and which will have two left feet?

The early favourite with the bookies is Peter Andre – who has been paired with the American rumba master, Janette Manrara – who is priced at best betting odds of 5/2 with Ladbrokes and others. Having been a pop star (of sorts!), Peter has clearly had plenty of opportunity to strut his dancing moves on stage before, and many purists see such performing history as an unfair advantage compared to the less-well-versed movers and shakers. But whatever your moral position, the fact remains that Peter has the moves and the visual appeal to get the women voting in droves, so he is a worthy favourite.

Call The Midwife actor Helen George is next in the betting and - after showing some nice footwork on the Strictly launch show - the blonde bombshell could be a decent bet at odds of 11/2 with Bet365. Not least because she is paired with the ever-consistent Aljaž Skorjanec (try pronouncing that name after a few glasses of prosecco!). He waltzed Abbey Clancy to Strictly glory in 2013 and he could do the same with Helen this year.

There will be stiff competition, of course, with Iwan Thomas and Harriott both looking like decent outside bets, each priced at odds of 40/1 with Bet365. Harriott’s infectious joie de vivre is sure to garner support, and he showed in the launch show that he has both the confidence and the rhythm to put in some meaningful performances. Thomas, meanwhile, will bring the grit and determination that made him the British 400m record holder, and his athleticism will allow him to not only throw himself into the tough training schedule, but also attract the attention of the predominantly female audience.

We are discounting the likes of boxer Anthony Ogogo (20/1 with BetVictor) and Jeremy Vine (100/1 with Ladbrokes), but there is a chance that Irish country and folk singer Daniel O’Donnell might ‘do a Widdecombe’ and be repeatedly kept in the competition by the voting public just for the comedy value. He’s priced at 66/1 with Sky Bet, which might be worth a cheeky fiver with a view to laying it off later in the series when he shortens drastically.

Overall though, we fancy it will be another female celeb who takes home the Glitterball Trophy (Caroline Flack won last year), and we like the look of 24-year-old Georgia May Foote, who is priced at best betting odds of 10/1 with BetVictor. We predict she will woo both judges and the audience with her demure elegance, whilst we also think she has the capacity to throw herself into the Latin dances with real gusto, something that never fails to attract plenty of votes. Paired with the 2012 Italian Strictly champion Giovanni Pernice, Georgia has every chance of going all the way.

While Helen George and Peter Andre have decent chances, we think Georgia May Foote has more universal appeal than either and she is therefore our main betting tip in the 2015 Strictly Come Dancing outright winner betting.


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