Steve Backshall and Sunetra Sarker are the favourites to go in tonight's Strictly Come Dancing 2014 results.
The pair were left in the bottom two of the leaderboard this weekend, with Steve and pro partner Ola really struggling with just 23 points.
Ahead of the live show, Steve was getting 90% of all bets to go with bookmakers Ladbrokes.
And with the money coming in from Strictly fans backing Steve to leave, his odds of getting the boot were slashed from 5/2 to 11/8.
However it's Sunetra Sarker who is being installed as the odds-on favourite to have danced for the last time out of the pair.
Of course it'll be the judges who ultimately decide which contestants in the bottom two stay and go.
Those at the don't really have to worry about performing again include Pixie Lott and Frankie Bridge who are still locked at the top of the winner betting at 5/2 a piece.
After enticing the judges and viewers with his hips, former favourite Jake Wood still a threat at 3/1.
Alex Donohue of Ladbrokes said: "The wheat is rapidly being removed from the chaff but this week it's Steve who punters predict will fall by the wayside.
"Sunetra looks set to dance on for another week at least before the competition really gets going."
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The show continues Sunday night on BBC One with the latest results.
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