Strictly Come Dancing is back on our screens to the disappointment around the nation from many husbands and boyfriends. Reality TV tipster Ross Casey is already loosening his hips to find a dancefloor winner, however. He will be offering tips on eliminations and outright winners on this page as well as his analysis of the latest Strictly Come Dancing odds...
The main betting market is of course the outright winner market. The current leader for the 2017 Strictly Come Dancing series is now Joe McFadden who has leapfrogged both Alexandra Burke and Debbie McGee at the top of the Strictly Come Dancing betting market with a best price of 8/11!
Joe McFadden is your new Strictly betting favourite. He scored big last weekend with 70 points after two dances, but both Alexandra and Debbie outscored him or scored the same. However, ultimately this is a popularity contest as the public choose the overall winner and it appears Joe has the backing of the UK. He is great looking value at 8/11.
Debie McGee continues to impress, with her jive and foxtrot scoring a huge combined score of 70 points with the judges. She also avoided the dreaded dance off showing she does have backing from the British public. Her latest Strictly odds are 5/2.
Poor Alexandra Burke is clearly the best dancer on the show as her 79 score from last weekend proves. However, the bookies make her an outside shot of 7/1 to win the show as for whatever reason, she has not connected with the Strictly audience.
Gemma Atkinson is the rank outsider going into the final as fourth favourite now in the SCD betting market with a best price of 14/1, after surviving the dance-off last weekend in the semi-final against Mollie King.
It is important to remember that the odds are much bigger now at this stage, remember the favourite is usually odds on once the show develops!
We have loads of Strictly specials on our odds comparison site for you to peruse, including the likes of top male and female. Head to our Strictly Come Dancing betting centre to see the latest Strictly Come Dancing odds on all the markets - including Shirley Ballas specials as the new judge enters her first season on the show!
The judges have returned to give their verdict on the 11 hopefuls left. The ratings were massive last year for BBC and they look likely to smash X Factor again this time around. Don't miss out on the best Strictly odds and Strictly Come Dancing betting tips!