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Aston 10/1 to land a perfect 10 in week two on Strictly

| 28.09.2017

Aston Merrygold is being backed to receive a 10 in just the second week of Strictly Come Dancing, according to the latest odds.

The red-hot 5/2 favourite for the show performs the salsa on Saturday night and punters think he could already be awarded a 10 from a judge at 10/1.

Alexandra Burke is fancied at 4/1 but it’s Debbie McGee who’s the biggest market mover after just one dance and is now the third favourite for glitterball glory at 6/1.

Unfortunately, the time has already come to wave goodbye to the first celebrity and it’s a two-horse race between Brian (2/1) and Simon (5/2) to be axed this weekend.

Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: “Aston’s already a hit with Strictly fans and he’s looking hard to beat, although Debbie’s certainly going to give him a run for his money if the first week was anything to go by.”

She added: “Punters are convinced one of the Dad dancers will be leaving first, and it’s proving hard to tear Brian and Simon apart in the betting.”

 Ladbrokes Latest Betting:

Strictly Come Dancing


Aston Merrygold – 5/2

Alexandra Burke – 4/1

Debbie McGee – 6/1

Mollie King – 8/1

Gemma Atkinson – 9/1

Joe McFadden – 9/1

Davood Ghadami – 10/1

Jonnie Peacock – 11/1

Charlotte Hawkins – 25/1

Chizzy Akudolu – 50/1

Richard Coles – 50/1

Susan Calman – 66/1

Brian Conley – 100/1

Ruth Langsford – 100/1

Simon Rimmer – 100/1

First elimination

Brian Conley-  2/1

Simon Rimmer – 5/2

Richard Coles – 6/1

Ruth Langsford – 6/1

Susan Calman – 6/1

Chizzy Akudolu – 12/1

Charlotte Hawkins – 16/1

Gemma Atkinson – 25/1

Davood Ghadami – 50/1

Debbie McGee – 50/1

Jonnie Peacock – 50/1

Mollie King – 50/1

Alexandra Burke – 100/1

Aston Merrygold – 100/1

Joe McFadden – 100/1

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All Odds and Markets correct as of the date of publication



Richard Marsh

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