Lemar is fancied to be given his marching orders from Dancing on Ice this Sunday night, according to Ladbrokes.
After skating on thin ice since the series started, the bookies reckon Lemar's time is up and make him the 7/4 favourite to leave on Sunday evening.
The singer was in the dance off for the first three weeks, but avoided the bottom two last Sunday night.
If Lemar is saved again, it's a 2/1 chance Antony goes instead.
Meanwhile, at the top of the betting it's Jake Quickenden who's still leading the way as the red hot odds-on favourite to win at 4/6.
Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: "It's getting to the business end of the competition and punters reckon if there's any justice Lemar will be axed this weekend."
It was Cheryl Baker and her pro partner Dan Whiston who were voted off Dancing On Ice 2018 last weekend, after the skate off against Donna Air and Mark Hanretty.
All eight remaining Dancing On Ice skaters will take to the ice with their pro partners to perform for the fourth time on Sunday.
At the end of each skate, judges Jayne Torvill, Christopher Dean, Jason Gardiner and Ashley Banjo will mark the celebs out of 10.
Viewers will then get the chance to vote for their favourite.
The two celebrities with the fewest combined judges' scores and viewer votes will fight it out in the skate off.
Dancing On Ice odds
Dancing on Ice winner
Jake Quickenden 4/6
Kem Cetinay 3/1
Max Evans 8/1
Antony Cotton 2/1
Brooke Vincent 5/1
Donna Air 6/1
Dancing On Ice 2018 continues Sunday night on ITV at 6PM.