Strictly Come Dancing 2017 Betting Tips

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Updated Monday 13th November 2017, 02:17 PM


Head judge Len Goodman has stepped down, former host Bruce Forsyth has passed away and this year’s celebrity line-up is lacking star power, but the Strictly Come Dancing juggernaut shows no sign of slowing down and millions of viewers will once again tune in to see who will get their hands on the coveted Glitterball trophy just before Christmas. Who are you backing to win?

How the Bookies See it:

Type Odds Provider Bet Now
Winner
Debbie McGee
7/4
Alexandra Burke
2/1
Gemma Atkinson
7/1
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The Contestants

Alexandra Burke - Winner of the X Factor in 2008, Burke looks like a natural performer who can easily convey the emotion of a dance. A likely finalist. Ladbrokes Odds - 2/1

Aston Merrygold - Eliminated Week 6

Brian Conley - Eliminated Week 4

Charlotte Hawkins - Eliminated Week 3

Chizzy Akudolu - Eliminated Week 1

Davood Ghadami - EastEnders heartthrob Ghadami is sure to get a few pulses racing and could be a dark horse. Maybe worth a punt at decent odds. BetVictor Odds - 16/1

Debbie McGee - The lovely Debbie McGee stunned the viewers and judges with her ability and passion in week one. Could she become Strictly’s oldest winner? Ladbrokes Odds - 7/4

Gemma Atkinson - Actress and former model Atkinson looked nervous as she started the series, and may struggle to get beyond the middle weeks. BetVictor Odds - 6/1

Joe McFadden - McFadden received high marks for his opening jive, but it is not clear why the bookmakers see him among their favourites. Ladbrokes Odds - 7/1

Johnnie Peacock - The first Paralympian to appear on Strictly, sprinter Peacock has a good work ethic, a winning personality and is sure to get a lot of support. BetVictor Odds - 18/1

Mollie King - Saturdays singer King was a bit stiff in her opening jive but still showed potential and her pop background should stand her in good stead to reach the latter stages. Coral Odds - 20/1

Rev. Richard Coles - Eliminated Week 2

Ruth Langsford - Eliminated Week 7

Simon Rimmer - Eliminated Week 5

Susan Calman - Scottish comedienne Calman isn’t the most talented dancer, but her partnership with serial finalist Kevin Clifton from Grimsby could be the funniest. BetVictor Odds - 66/1

Sports.net’s View

The renewal of Alexandra Burke’s rivalry with Aston Merrygold was the main focus of attention for most Strictly punters before the first show, and both former X Factor stars were predictably accomplished. The surprise package was undoubtedly Debbie McGee, but the key question now is how she will fare once the series settles down, especially when the inevitable backlash begins surrounding her considerable dance experience.

Davood Ghadami has shown enough early potential to suggest he could come through and challenge the likes of Burke, Merrygold and McGee, while Mollie King and Johnnie Peacock could also be worth keeping an eye on at longer odds than the favourites. However, the fact that McGee is pushing 60 and can dance - according to resident pantomime villain Craig Revel Horwood - like a 20-year-old, is likely to win over a huge number of viewers. Many fans would like it, not a lot, but they’d like it, if McGee could see off the threat of her younger rivals to waltz away with the trophy.

Sports.net’s top tip:  

Type Odds Provider Bet Now
Single
Debbie McGee to win Strictly
13/2
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*Please note, odds may fluctuate.


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