Strictly Come Dancing 2018: Joe Sugg and Stacey Dooley battle for favouritism

Strictly Come Dancing odds

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The latest Strictly Come Dancing 2018 odds have been revealed and it appears to be a two horse race.

Strictly Come dancing has reached its semi-final stages but the betting suggests that its already over as Stacey Dooley moves into odds on favouritism.


The BBC documentary maker was Even money before her quarter-final performance which saw her take on a Foxtrot American Smooth to ‘I Dreamed A Dream’. The bets quickly began to roll in for Stacey to win seeing her odds crash into her current 7/10 after she left the judges and audience in tears.

Joe Sugg remains Stacey’s main threat in the competition but has suffered a drift out to 5/2 from 7/4 after scoring just 36 for his Salsa seeing him lie second from the bottom in the leaderboard.

Faye Tozer’s Charleston saw her top the leaderboard with a perfect score of 40, however despite her success on the dancefloor she is a 7/1 shot to take home the Glitterball trophy. Lauren Steadman is next at 11/1 after shortening in from 16/1.

Ashley Roberts escaped the dance off for a second week running when Charles Venn was sent packing, but her stints in the bottom two have ruined her chances of winning as she drifts out to a firm 20/1 outsider to win from 10/1.

The Pussycat Doll singer is now tipped to become the next to leave, missing out on a place in the final.

Aoife Heffron, Spokesperson for BoyleSports commented: “The support for Stacey to win Strictly Come Dancing has been unwavering. For the past couple of weeks, she has been locked in a power struggle with Joe Sugg in the betting but going into the semi-final she is a very clear, red hot favourite after being backed into 7/10.”


Strictly Come Dancing odds

Stacey Dooley 7/10
Joe Sugg 5/2
Faye Tozer 7/1
Lauren Steadman 11/1
Ashley Roberts 20/1

Strictly Come Dancing 2018's semi-final airs this Saturday 8th December at 6.35pm, with the results show on Sunday 9th December at 7.15pm on BBC One.

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