Dancing on Ice 2019: Who will leave Dancing on Ice next? Odds

Dancing on Ice 2019, week six, takes place tonight (Sunday, February 10) on ITV at 6pm. The remaining eight celebrities will be wanting to impress judges Jayne Torvill, Christopher Dean, Ashley Banjo and Jason Gardiner and the audience at home to skate another week. Last week, Saira Khan was the fourth contestant to leave but who will be next to go?

Who will leave Dancing on Ice 2019 next?

Week six sees bookmakers place their bets on cricketer Ryan Sidebottom and his partner Brandee Malto leave Dancing on Ice next.

Ryan is currently at odds of 4/9 across the bookmaker’s board.

He was also the favourite to leave last weekend but was saved by the judges in the dreaded skate-off against Saira Khan.

In the end, the judges voted unanimously to sent Saira home.

However, this week it looks like Ryan’s time on the ice could be over.


Betfair Spokesperson Katie Baylis said: “We think surely Ryan’s time is up on the show and he’s now odds-on at 4/7 to be the next to skate off into the sunset. Gemma, after all her dramas of the past week, is now 4/1 second favourite to leave, with Brian and Jane both at 6/1.

Alex Apati from Ladbrokes added: “It looks as though it’ll be curtains for Sidebottom this weekend with the cricket star’s elimination odds shorter than ever.”

Betway’s AlanAlger said: “It doesn’t appear as if Ryan Sidebottom’s routine will be hitting the judges for six this week, as we make the former England bowler the clear 8/13 favourite to be the next celebrity eliminated from Dancing On Ice.

“He looks in deep trouble as not only was he lucky to survive last week’s skate-off, but his closest rivals, Brian McFadden and Gemma Collins, are considerably bigger in the market at 9/2.”

Coral’s John Hill said: “Former cricket Ryan Sidebottom is odds-on to be bowled out from Dancing on Ice this weekend following the latest performances on the show.”

“Gemma has divided opinion as lots of punters are backing her to win the show, while we are also seeing strong support for her to eliminated this weekend,” added Hill.

The second favourite to go is Gemma Collins and her partner Matt Evers, despite teasing a comeback for this Sunday at odds of 9/2.

Former Westlife singer Brian McFadden and his partner Alex Murphy is the third favourites to go at 8/1.


Corals odds for Dancing on Ice elimination this weekend are:

  • Ryan Sidebottom 1/2
  • Gemma Collins 4/1
  • Jane Danson 8/1
  • Saara Aalto 8/1
  • Brain McFadden 12/1
  • Melody Thornton 25/1
  • James Jordan 50/1
  • Wes Nelson 50/1


Who will win Dancing on Ice 2019?

At the moment, Wes Nelson and his professional partner Vanessa Bauer are the favourites to win Dancing on Ice 2019.

They are currently at odds of 10/11 to win the series overall at Bet365, Ladbrokes and William Hill.

He is closely followed by Strictly professional James Jordan and his partner Alexandra Schulman are the second favourites to win at odds of138/8 at Betfair, Betvictor and Paddy Power.

Former Pussycat Doll, Melody Thornton is the third favourite to win with her partner Alexander Demetriou at odds of 8.1 at Betway, Coral and Marathon Bet.

Baylis from Betfair said: “Wes continues to be the punters’ favourite to win the show and is odds-on at 10/11, ahead of big rival James who is 13/8 for the trophy.”

Betfair’s odds for Dancing on Ice winner are:

  • Wes Nelson 10/11
  • James Jordan 13/8
  • Melody Thornton 8/1
  • Saara Aalto 10/1
  • Jane Danson 16/1
  • Brain McFadden 16/1
  • Gemma Collins 33/1
  • Ryan Sidebottom 100/1

Dancing on Ice continues Sundays at 6pm on ITV

source: express.co.uk