Jake Quickenden 3/1 favourite to win Dancing on Ice 2018

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Jake Quickenden is the early favourite to emerge as champion from ITV’s reboot of Dancing on Ice.

As the new series gets underway this weekend, it’s former I’m A Celebrity runner-up Quickenden who is fancied to win the competition at 3/1.

Coronation Street actress Brooke Vincent follows close behind as a 5/1 chance, with Love Island star Kem Cetinay at the same price.

Former professional athletes Max Evans and Perri Shakes-Drayton share odds of 8/1 apiece.

Singer Lemar is rated a 10/1 shot to be invincible, while Alex Beresford, Donna Air and Stephanie Waring may find that it’s not that easy at 12/1 each.

Perhaps not too surprisingly, as the oldest contestant in the series, punters have made their mind up about Cheryl Baker’s (33/1) chances of winning as only 18 bets have been placed on her succeeding.

However, Great British Bake Off winner Candice Brown (16/1) isn’t faring much better with only 26 wagers to her name.

Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: “Jake’s fancied to get off to a quick start on the ice, but he faces stiff competition from Corrie fave Brooke and Love Island hunk Kem when it comes to viewers’ voting habits.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting:

Dancing On Ice Winner 2018

Jake Quickenden – 3/1

Brooke Vincent – 5/1

Kem Cetinay – 5/1

Max Evans – 8/1

Perri Shakes-Drayton – 8/1

Lemar – 10/1

Alex Beresford – 12/1

Donna Air – 12/1

Stephanie Waring – 12/1

Antony Cotton – 16/1

Candice Brown – 16/1

Cheryl Baker – 33/1

All Odds and Markets correct as of date of publication.

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