Strictly Come Dancing 2018: Stacey Dooley runaway favourite to win this year's series

Latest Strictly Come Dancing 2018 odds

Kevin Clifton, Stacey Dooley

Stacey Dooley remains the runaway favourite to win Strictly Come Dancing 2018.

At the weekend the 10 remaining celebrity and pro couples all danced live one more time before the judges scored and viewers voted. In the dance off, Dr Ranj Sing and Charles Venn had to dance again and it was Ranj who left in this week's Strictly Come Dancing results.


It was not a unanimous decision from the judges with Craig voting to save Ranj while the other panellists saved Charles. As a result, Dr Ranj became the latest celebrity to leave.

Now nine celebrity couples are left fighting for the Glitterball trophy and the competition is heating up with the Blackpool special just around the corner.

As things stand, Stacey is the runaway favourite to win Strictly Come Dancing this year according to bookmakers Ladbrokes.

The TV presenter now finds herself chalked up at just 6/4 to take home the 2018 glitterball trophy, with Faye Tozer and Joe Sugg her closest rivals in the market at 7/2 apiece.

Ashley Roberts is a rated as a 6/1 chance, and thereafter its odds of 12/1 or bigger for the remaining contestants.

Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: "Stacey's performance on Saturday was sensational, especially given her injury, and we've been left with little option but to slash her odds accordingly."

As for who will be next to go, Charles Venn, Kate Silverton and Graeme Swann all look to be the most in danger of missing out at a weekend in Blackpool later this month.


Strictly Come Dancing odds

Stacey Dooley 6/4
Faye Tozer 7/2
Joe Sugg 7/2
Ashley Roberts 6/1
Danny John-Jules 12/1
Charles Venn 20/1
Lauren Steadman 25/1
Graeme Swann 66/1
Kate Silverton 66/1

The remaining nine couples will take to the dancefloor next week when Strictly Come Dancing returns on Saturday 10th November at 7pm with the results show on Sunday 11th November at 7.50pm on BBC One.

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