Bookmakers are convinced that there is no chance Diversity star Perri Kiely does not win Dancing On Ice 2020.
Perri has been firm favourite since the first show, with the judges loving him – indeed he is averaging nearly 36 points a mark only beaten by Ray Quinn – the 2014 winner.
Perri is now priced at 1/4 which is 80% probability that he takes the trophy home.
TV presenter Joe Swash is rated second at 11/4, with the outsider being Paralympian Libby Clegg – who despite being the outsider for weeks, has made it through to the final.
OddsMonkey spokesman Peter Watton commented: “This looks to be Perri’s to lose, it is a very rare thing that somebody is favourite from start to finish, but that is what is on course to to happen here.
“Joe and Libby look to be merely making up the numbers, but let’s not forget this is a public vote for the winner, so you can’t rule anything out.”
Dancing On Ice 2020 – Winner
Perri Kiely – 1/4
Joe Swash – 11/4
Libby Clegg – 10/1
Odds and stats accurate at time of writing
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