Cork looks to be in trouble in Dancing On Ice vote

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Dominic Cork may have survived the skate-off in the latest week on Dancing On Ice, but he is worth backing at 5/2 to be the sixth celebrity eliminated from the show.

The former England cricketer was saved by the judges over Steven Arnold last week, but with changes made to the elimination process for the fourth show, Cork may not be so lucky again.

A change of format for one week will mean that the fellow skaters will have the final say on who leaves the show, rather than the judges.

The voting public will as normal decide which two acts will be forced to perform for a second time in the skate-off, then the nine safe acts will decide on who will be given the axe.

Not only did the latest show suggest that Cork is among the least popular acts with the public, but it is also believed that his natural competitive streak may result in him having less friends within the celebrity camp.

Although some celebrities have stated that they will judge fairly and vote off the worst skater among the two acts in the skate-off, the remainder may decide to vote tactically to enhance their chances of winning the show.

Therefore, if Cork is in the bottom two he could be saved at the expense of another skater who is better liked by the public.

Dave Vitty and Denise Welch are the joint second favourites in the Dancing On Ice betting to be the next elimination at 4/1, with Johnson Beharry 6/1.

Jeff Brazier was another to feature towards the bottom of the scoreboard in the latest week and could be overpriced at 10/1 to be the sixth contestant eliminated.

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Craig Kemp

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