Who will win Strictly Come Dancing 2017? Latest odds ahead of Blackpool!

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Here's a look at who's on course to win Strictly Come Dancing as things stand.

Ahead of the weekend's Blackpool special, Debbie McGee remains the 6/4 frontrunner for the Glitterball trophy on Strictly Come Dancing despite being overshadowed by not one, but two celebrities at the weekend.


Alexandra Burke and Davood Ghadami were tied at the top of the leaderboard after their respective performances scored 38. Alexandra remains the 2/1 second favourite, however Davood’s odds have been drastically cut to 10/1 from 25/1 after his cheeky Charleston saw him bag his highest score so far.

Elsewhere, Joe McFadden has also shortened for the title and is now priced at 6/1 from 7/1 after his Rumba scored him 33. Gemma Atkinson is next at 7/1, a drift from 6/1.

Meanwhile, at the other end, Susan Calman is fancied as the celeb who could lose her place in the competition at the weekend.

Jonnie Peacock and Mollie King are also at risk after both featuring in the latest bottom two dance offs.

Aoife Heffron, Spokeswoman for BoyleSports commented: “As Debbie McGee remains priced as the 6/4 favourite to win, punters have been eyeing up some of the bigger priced celebs to get behind.”

She added “We are keeping our eye on Davood Ghadami after we had to cut his odds to 10/1 from 25/1, following support. Should he give a strong performance again this weekend, he may just become a threat to the title.”


Strictly Come Dancing odds

Debbie McGee 6/4
Alexandra Burke 2/1
Joe McFadden 6/1
Gemma Atkinson 7/1
Davood Ghadami 10/1
Mollie King 16/1
Jonnie Peacock 25/1
Susan Calman 50/1

The remaining eight couples will take to the dancefloor next week when Strictly Come Dancing returns on Saturday 18th November at 6:45pm with the results show on Sunday 19th November at 7.15pm on BBC One.

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