Doctor In Clover

Jan 29, 2010 by

Doctor In Clover

No significant Popstar To Operastar or SYTYCD advice to pass on this week as there doesn’t appear to be any great value around. Jimmy Osmond looks a solid favourite to get eliminated tonight from the former show but is short enough at 11-8.
On SYTYCD Tommy made a surprise appearance in the bottom two male dancers. We still give him a good chance of making the final, as Lythgoe can save him over the next two weeks if he drops down again. But the more we watch, the more we warm to Charlie, who looks a worthy favourite at 11-4. You may consider laying some of your potential profit off if you took our advice and backed her at 16s.
It’s fingers crossed for Alex tonight in CBB, who is trading at 4-11 at time of writing. We gave him to you when he was 8s on the Outright and 11-2 to be Top Male.
The main thrust of this post is Dancing On Ice which continues on Sunday night. It was disappointing to see Jeremy Sheffield go out and something of a surprise that he didn’t garner enough votes from the public to escape the bottom 2. But your book should still look healthy if you followed our advice on Daniella, Hayley and Mikey, and Emily could yet become a runner too.
On the elimination front this week, Sharron looks like she could be bottom two again, as she isn’t the sort of individual who encourages the public’s support. We suggest taking the 3s on her and also the 12s on Heather Mills.
Heather is one of those vulnerable mid-table skaters and we cannot imagine she has that much support despite her best efforts to win the public over.
We would also advise laying Dr Hilary Jones at the shortest prices you can muster, either on the elimination or bottom two markets on Betfair. Regardless of performance, he is almost guaranteed to stay in the competition for a good few weeks yet as he must have a welter of support among all those middle-aged wives who’ve worshipped him all these years on GMTV.
Rob Furber

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