Judy Murray is the 13/8 favourite with Ladbrokes to be the next celebrity to get the boot from BBC1 show Strictly Come Dancing.
The tennis coach, and mother to two-time Grand Slam champion Andy Murray, has so far escaped the dreaded dance off but could be set for the axe if she continues to produce wooden routines alongside her partner Anton du Beke.
And it may just be the popularity of the much-loved Du Beke that is keeping her alive in the show but a poor Tango on Saturday night could be the last straw for Murray in the competition.
The third elimination looks like a three-way battle between Murray, Bargain Hunt presenter Tim Wonnacott and Radio 1 DJ Scott Mills.
At the other end of the leaderboard the bookmaker still cannot separate popstar Frankie Bridge and Eastenders actor Jake Wood at the head of the market to lift the Glitterball trophy.
The pair are both 5/2 to win the competition after a string of impressive performances on the opening three shows.
Pixie Lott and Caroline Flack are next in the betting at 4/1 and 5/1 respectively with Mark Wright and Thom Evans both 16/1.
But with the girls dominating the top of the leaderboard (apart from Mr Wood) in the opening weeks of the series it’s no surprise to see odds of 1/2 for a female to win the show.
Ladbrokes Latest Betting
Frankie Bridge 5/2, Jake Wood 5/2, Pixie Lott 4/1, Caroline Flack 5/1, Mark Wright 16/1, Thom Evans 16/1, Simon Webbe 20/1, Steve Backshall 25/1, Senetra Sarker 40/1, Alison Hammond 50/1,Scott Mills 100/1, Tim Wonnacott 100/1, Judy Murray 100/1.
Judy Murray 13/8, Tim Wonnacott 9/4, Scott Mills 3/1, Alison Hammond 12/1, Sunetra Sarker 16/1, Simon Webbe 16/1, Steve Backshall 33/1, Thom Evans 33/1, Mark Wright 66/1, Jake Wood, 100/1, Caroline Flack, 100/1, Pixie Lott, 100/1, Frankie Bridge 100/1.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.
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