Tim Wonnacott will come third in a popularity contest behind Judy Murray and Scott Mills
The dead wood is still being removed from the Strictly dancefloor and the general public have so far seen fit to keep Tim Wonnacott, Judy Murray and Scott Mills out of the bottom two.
Gregg Wallace and Jennifer Gibney have so far bitten the bullet but what was particularly telling on Sunday was the inclusion of Simon Webbe in the bottom two despite the Blue singer achieving a score which should really have kept him well clear of danger.
Viewers should make sure Webbe avoids danger this time around although there is every chance that Mills and Murray will also steer clear of the relegation zone despite the fact that the pair are pretty abysmal on the dance floor.
There seems to be a certain affection for Judy Murray who shouldn’t be backed at 6/4 to be the next dancer evicted, even if she’s in trouble should Andy’s mum wind up in the bottom two.
Mills also has more fans than several other celebrities on the show, with Sunetra Sarker potentially struggling to accrue enough votes to stay out of proceedings, even if the actress is clearly going to win a dance off against her opponent.
That opponent looks set to be Tim Wonnacott, with the Bargain Hunt presenter having registered the worst score of last week when managing just 22 from the five judges that were on the show.
That score was actually one less than Jennifer and odds of 9/4 about him walking on Sunday looks like a tasty price, with Mills no value at 3/1 considering his dance partner Joanne and him make a fun pair.
Alison Hammond is a 12/1 chance and the former Big Brother contestant could be vulnerable, even if most of the other dancers look safe as houses.
Tim Wonnacott to be next eviction @ 9/4 with Ladbrokes