The 2019 Dancing on Ice contest is already making the headlines, and with betting sites up and down the land ever eager to get punters betting on the contestants of that show that they think will come out on top and win it, there are some value packed odds available on each of them.
Whilst betting on the outcome of TV reality shows may seem completely alien to you, if you do fancy having something of a long term bet they can add another dimension to your betting experiences and below are the odds available on each contestant.
Let me start off by letting you know which skater is the current favourite to win this year’s running of the show, thanks to his very high score last week there is no getting away from the fact that James Jordan at 6/4 does have a very good chance of winning this year.
There is one other celebrity that has been backed fairly heavily to win Dancing on Ice this year and that is Wes Nelson, so if you are of the mind James Jordan isn’t going to win then it is a fair bet that Wes will do and his odds currently are 5/2 making him the solid second favourite contestant to win.
You are bound to have your own personal favourite celebrity that is taking part in this skating content this year and if he or she isn’t the favourite or second favourite then there are some much better odds available on them.
As for which celebrities are next listed on the betting markets you have Melody Thornton at 13/2, Saara Aalto at 8/1 and at some much higher odds you have both Richard Blackwood and Bryan McFadden who may be worth a small bet as their win odds are high at 10/1!
Those skaters mention up above are the ones that most punters are backing to win, and as for the remaining five of them, it is fair to say that they have very little chance of coming out on top and winning, but you could of course fancy one of their chances.
As for just which of the last five skaters that has a better chance than all others at the bottom of the better markets, well it is fair to say that Jane Danson at 12/1 is likely to progress through the rounds of the competition than any others do.
Gemma Collins at 25/1 is a bet that I doubt many punters will be prepared to place, in fact many punters will be of the mind she should be on offer at odds in the three digits to win rather than just double digits!
The three other celebrities that you can quickly known off your list of potential winners are Saira Khan at 50/1, Ryan Sidebottom at 66/1 and who can possibly see Didi Conn win, but if you think that celebrity will you will be tempted to take the odds Quinnbet are offering which for reference are 80/1!