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Dancing on Ice Odds – Amber Davies Now Red Hot Favourite

We bring you the latest Dancing on Ice odds as one contestant has seen their odds to win the show slashed.

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Dancing On Ice Betting Odds
Contestant Odds Chance
Amber Davies 9/4 30.8%
Miles Nazaire 11/4 26.7%
Adele Roberts 3/1 25%
Ryan Thomas 11/2 15.4%
Greg Rutherford 7/1 12.5%
Eddie Edwards 10/1 9.1%
Ricky Norwood 80/1 1.2%

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Amber Davies – Dancing on Ice Favourite

Former Love Island star Amber Davies has seen her odds of winning this year’s Dancing On Ice slashed into 9/4 from 5/1 per the latest entertainment odds at BoyleSports.

With Musical Week taking centre stage last Sunday, Amber wowed the judges and viewers with her Matilda-themed performance alongside pro-partner Simon Proulx-Senecal. With a sensational score of 35.5, Amber achieved the best score of the series but was quickly joined at the top of the leaderboard by Made In Chelsea’s Miles Nazaire, who set temperatures on the rink soaring by performing topless.

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Nazaire has been cut into 11/4 from 7/2 after his table-topping moves caused a surge of support for him to go all the way this year, while Ryan Thomas, who stumbled twice during his routine has been pushed out to 11/2 from 4/1.

Adele Roberts, who went into Sunday night as the bookies’ favourite, failed to top the leaderboard but did finish in a three-way tie for second place with Greg Rutherford (7/1) and Eddie Edwards. With four weeks to go, Roberts remains well in contention for lifting the trophy in March at odds of 3/1 and will be hoping to bounce back to her best on Sunday.

With a double elimination on the night, it was Claire Sweeney and Emmerdale’s Roxy Shahidi who were sent packing as attention turns to who will be heading home this week. Former Albert Square resident Ricky Norwood is the 80/1 ‘rink’ outsider to win this year’s show and looks destined for next week’s skate-off, while Eddie Edwards, who was as short as 5/1 to win last week has drifted out to 10/1 as punters go cold on his chances.

Brian O’Keeffe, spokesperson for BoyleSports, said:

“Both Amber Davies and Miles Nazaire set the rink alight on Sunday night and while Amber has moved into favourite, many punters still fancy Miles to go the distance.”

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