Strictly Come Dancing odds: Who is favourite to leave next?

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Strictly Come Dancing week four has been tough for some of the celebrities, with some couples being left at the bottom of the pack. Voting is underway now, with BBC viewers deciding who they want to stay. However, one couple must go, and the odds are suggesting there is one likely candidate.

Who will be next to leave Strictly?

Strictly Come Dancing is a competition like any other, and with all competitions, there will be winners and losers.

Despite some fans’ wishes, a celebrity must go each week, with those caught at the bottom of the leaderboard left vulnerable for an early exit.

Those to go are determined by the public, with the audience voting for the celebrities they want to stay.  

As always, the bookies have marked the odds on who will be likely to go, and following tonight’s performance, there are three candidates likely to leave the show for good. 

Currently, Greg Wise and Karen Hauer are the favourites to go home, with Ladbrokes slashing odds to 1/7 for them to be voted off.

Wise only received 19 points following a mistake-filled dance, leaving him squarely at the bottom of the line-up.

Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: “It’ll take something pretty spectacular for Greg Wise to be saved from the Strictly boot this weekend, with punters seemingly convinced his time on the dance floor is finally up.”

Wise danced the Samba to Macarena by Los Del Rio but it didn’t win much favour with the judges.

However, he isn’t the only star to be facing the threat of elimination, as behind Wise is Judi Love with dance partner Graziano Di Prima.

They may have scored a respectable 24, but they are still at the bottom half of the group following their Waltz.

They danced to Hero by Mariah Carey, giving an emotionally impactful performance but still leaving them with 7/1 odds to leave.

Rounding out the bottom three is BBC Breakfast host, Dan Walker, with a 14/1 chance of an exit.

Walker danced the Cha Cha Cha to Can’t Touch This by MC Hammer.

The performance awarded him 26, one of his best scores so far in the show.

“You’re committed, we can say that darling,” Craig Revel Horwood said. Adding: “The acting and the rhythm and just your performance alone was worth the one minute 30 (seconds), darling.”

He is the least likely to go home, but all three are vulnerable ahead of Sunday night’s show.

Who has the best odds to win?

On the other end of the spectrum, Sara Davies has moved up in the rankings to win after a stellar performance.

Scoring an impressive 36 with the Tango to Por Una Cabeza by Carlos Gardel, the odds changed instantly.

Apati said: “Rose Ayling-Ellis is still very much the one to beat, but Sara Davies has thrown herself right into the mix after an impressive night, and her odds have been slashed drastically as a result.”

However, it is still early in the competition and each celebrity still has everything to dance for.

Strictly Come Dancing continues on Sunday at 7.10pm on BBC One.

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