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Ore Oduba cut to 3-1 to win Strictly

| 15.10.2016
CORAL ENHANCED ACCAS

Ore Oduba has been cut into 3-1 (from 14-1) with leading bookmaker Coral to win Strictly Come Dancing following his performance tonight where he picked up three 10s from the judges. Danny Mac remains the favourite at 5-4 to lift the Glitterball trophy, while Louise Redknapp can be backed at 5-1.

In the next elimination betting, Anastacia Newkirk is odds-on at 10-11 to go this weekend, Nage Munchetty is 5-1 to depart, while former Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls is 5-1.

“Ore Oduba’s latest performance has shaken up the betting as it has become very clear that he is one of the strongest contestants on the show and that is reflected in the outright market where he now just Danny Mac ahead of him,” said Coral’s John Hill.

“The next elimination betting suggests Anastacia Newkirk’s run on the show may be coming to an end as she is odds-on to depart this weekend,” added Hill.

**Strictly Come Dancing Winner
11-10 Danny Mac, 3-1 Ore Oduba, 5-1 Louise Redknapp, 13-2 Claudia Fragapane, 11-1 Greg Rutherford, 12-1 Robert Rinder, 14-1 Daisy Lowe, 22-1 Laura Whitmore, 100-1 Anastacia Newkirk, Ed Balls, Lesley Joseph, Naga Munchetty

**Next elimination
10-11 Anastacia Newkirk, 7-2 Naga Munchetty, 5-1 Ed Balls, 6-1 Lesley Joseph, 20-1 Robert Rinder, Greg Rutherford, 33-1 Bar

Further contact information:

John Hill 07889 645520

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John Hill

John is the newest member of the PR team having joined in April 2014. In his previous role he worked as a broadcaster where he could be heard building up to the action in horse racing, greyhounds and a range of sports.
As a PR manager he will be responsible for Coral's news website providing the latest market movers, as well as various other media relations, including Box Nation and RPGTV.
John is a proud Rochdale fan having been born in the town which has produced the likes of Gracie Fields and Lisa Stansfield.