Our latest popularity poll puts the pair rock bottom of the public vote ahead of this evening's results show.
However the pair did manage some strong marks from the judges, with Deborah getting 27 points for her Viennese Waltz while Patrick went one point better with his Salsa.
Also in trouble are the likes of bond girl Fiona Fullerton and Countdown's Rachel Riley, who scored just 22 points following last weekend's appearance in the dance off.
With the bookies and it's Fiona who's being heavily backed to leave this weekend according to Ladbrokes.
The company reports that punters have been piling into her odds all week, which has left Fiona with a 7/4 chance of facing the axe and it's odds-on at 4/5 she finds herself in the bottom two.
Deborah's chalked up next in the betting as a 7/2 shot or there's 9/2 on offer that last week's survivor Rachel isn't quite as lucky second time round.
Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: "Punters have got a clear view to kill off Fiona's hopes of winning Strictly. It's been one-way traffic for Fiona to leave the show this weekend and the odds suggest she won't escape the dance-off this time."
Meanwhile, Sophie Ellis-Bexter remains the clear favourite for victory with odds of 13/8, with Natalie Gumede and Abbey Clancy not far behind.
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