According to bookmakers William Hill, two of the BBC show’s “most popular” stars are the most likely to get the chop tomorrow.
The week’s elimination is said to be hard to call, with Jonnie Peacock the current 7/4 favourite to be out.
The Paralympian and partner Oti Mabuse will Tango to Sweet Dreams by Eurythmics in the iconic Tower Ballroom.
Meanwhile, Susan Calman is offered at 15/8 and is the second most likely to be booted out ahead of her Paso Doble with Kevin Clifton.
“The judges have got their work cut out this week as they will almost certainly have to get rid of one of the most popular celebrities,” said spokesman Rupert Adams.
He added: “It could not have come at a worse time with all the dirty laundry being aired by Brendan [Cole] and Shirley [Ballas].”
The pair are followed by Mollie King (7/4) and Davood Ghadami (9/1), following Jonnie’s dance-off against Ruth Langsford last weekend.
It comes after Craig Revel Horwood gave his verdict on the remaining celebrities, saying the athlete’s biggest weakness is his frame.
The 52-year-old told Radio Times: “He has body confidence, but not emotional confidence. If he can improve that, he will go further.”
And, speaking about Susan, he said simply: “Unfortunately, I don’t think she’ll make the final.”
Strictly Come Dancing 2017 continues tonight at 6.45pm on BBC One.