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Strictly Come Dancing (series 18)

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Strictly Come Dancing
Series 18
Celebrity winnerBill Bailey
Professional winnerOti Mabuse
Country of originUnited Kingdom
No. of episodes17
Release
Original networkBBC One
Original release17 October (2020-10-17) (Launch)
24 October 2020 (2020-10-24) –
19 December 2020 (2020-12-19) (Live shows)
Series chronology
← Previous
Series 17

Strictly Come Dancing returned for its eighteenth series with a launch show on 17 October 2020 on BBC One, with the live shows starting on 24 October.[1] Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the series launched a month later than usual and ran for nine weeks instead of thirteen.[2][3][4] Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman returned as hosts, while Zoe Ball and Rylan Clark-Neal returned to host Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two,[5] other than four shows where he was replaced by Gethin Jones due to coming into contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19.

On 12 September, it was announced that for the first time since Series 10, the show live from Blackpool Tower Ballroom would be cancelled, also due to the pandemic. There was also no Halloween Special for the first time since the seventh series.[6] However, it was announced shortly afterwards that there would be four episodes highlighting best moments by week from previous series. This started on 19 September, with Movie Week Highlights, Blackpool, followed by Musicals up until The Grand Final.[7] The Grand Final episode featured a tribute to 2014 winner Caroline Flack, who died earlier in the year.[8]

Craig Revel Horwood, Shirley Ballas and Motsi Mabuse returned to the judging panel.[9] On 21 August 2020, it was announced that Bruno Tonioli would not be part of the judging panel for this series, due to travel restrictions imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic and his role on Dancing with the Stars. Tonioli instead appeared virtually to give his verdict on the performances during the Sunday night results show. Motsi Mabuse had to miss weeks 4 and 5 in accordance with British government guidelines after travelling to Germany due to a break in at her dance academy;[10][11] she was replaced by Anton du Beke.[12][13]

The series was won by Bill Bailey and his professional partner Oti Mabuse. At 55 years old, Bailey became the oldest winner in the show's history, and Mabuse became the first professional dancer to win the show for the second consecutive time, as well as the second professional dancer to win twice, the first being Aliona Vilani.[14]

Professional dancers

On 6 March 2020, Kevin Clifton announced he was leaving the show after seven years.[15] Despite being confirmed in the 2020 professional line-up, on 26 March 2020, AJ Pritchard announced he was leaving the show after four years.[16] The other professional dancers from 2019 were all confirmed to be returning for the series.[17] Gorka Márquez received a celebrity partner for the first time since 2018; however, Neil Jones and Nadiya Bychkova only featured in group dances after having partners the previous year, alongside Graziano Di Prima and Nancy Xu.[18][19]

Due to the pandemic, several changes had to be made in how the professional dancers performed. Firstly, the dancers had to shield at home for two weeks. They then formed a bubble which allowed them to stay in a hotel together and to practise their dances there. All the group dances were pre-recorded and played throughout the series.[20]

Couples

On 1 September 2020, the first three celebrities announced to be participating in the series were Caroline Quentin, Jason Bell and Max George.[21] On 2 September 2020, it was announced that Olympic boxer, Nicola Adams would feature in the first same-sex couple.[22] On 3 September 2020, Made in Chelsea star Jamie Laing was announced to be participating in the series after withdrawing from the seventeenth series due to a foot injury.[23] Celebrity reveals continued throughout the week until the full line-up was revealed on 4 September 2020.[24] Due to the shorter series, only 12 couples competed, the fewest since the third series in 2005.[25] On 12 November 2020, it was announced that Katya Jones had tested positive for COVID-19, which due to government guidelines on self-isolation, meant that she and Nicola were forced to withdraw from the competition.[26]

Celebrity Known for Professional partner Status
Jacqui Smith Former Labour Party politician Anton du Beke Eliminated 1st
on 1 November 2020
Jason Bell Former NFL player & pundit Luba Mushtuk Eliminated 2nd
on 8 November 2020
Nicola Adams Olympic boxer Katya Jones Withdrew
on 12 November 2020
Max George Former The Wanted singer Dianne Buswell Eliminated 3rd
on 15 November 2020
Caroline Quentin Actress & television presenter Johannes Radebe Eliminated 4th
on 22 November 2020
Clara Amfo BBC Radio 1 DJ Aljaž Škorjanec Eliminated 5th
on 29 November 2020
JJ Chalmers Television presenter & Invictus Games medallist Amy Dowden Eliminated 6th
on 6 December 2020
Ranvir Singh Good Morning Britain presenter & journalist A lot of things Pernice Eliminated 7th
on 13 December 2020
HRVY Singer & television presenter Janette Manrara Runners-up
on 19 December 2020
Jamie Laing Made in Chelsea star Karen Hauer
Maisie Smith EastEnders actress Gorka Márquez
Bill Bailey Comedian, musician & actor Oti Mabuse Winners
on 19 December 2020

Scoring chart

Couple Place 1 2 1+2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Bill & Oti
1 15 24 39 26 27 25 24 24 25+23=48 29+30+29=88
HRVY & Janette
2 25 24 49 21 27 26 30 29 23+30=53 29+29+30=88
Jamie & Karen
14 17 31 23 25 29 24 24 24+24=48 26+29+29=84
Maisie & Gorka
24 25 49 24 24 27 29 28 30+29=59 29+30+29=88
Ranvir & Giovanni
5 21 21 42 27 20 27 24 27 26+18=44
JJ & Amy
6 19 17 36 24 17 25 25 20
Clara & Aljaž
7 18 17 35 20 29 18 19
Caroline & Johannes
8 21 21 42 21 22 24
Max & Dianne
9 17 20 37 24 20
Nicola & Katya
10 21 24 45 19
Jason & Luba
11 16 18 34 12
Jacqui & Anton
12 13 12 25
  indicates the couple eliminated that week
  indicates the couple that was in the bottom two that week but not eliminated
  indicates the couple withdrew from the competition that week
  indicates the winning couple
  indicates the runner-up couple(s)
  indicates the third-place couple
Red text the couple(s) with the lowest score for that week
Green text the couple(s) with the highest score for that week
"—" indicates the couple(s) did not dance that week

Average chart

This table only counts for dances scored on a 30-points scale.

Rank by
average
Place Couple Total
points
Number of
dances
Total
average
1 2 Maisie & Gorka 328 12 27.3
2 HRVY & Janette 323 12 26.9
3 1 Bill & Oti 301 12 25.1
4 2 Jamie & Karen 288 12 24.0
5 5 Ranvir & Giovanni 211 9 23.4
6 8 Caroline & Johannes 109 5 21.8
7 10 Nicola & Katya 64 3 21.3
8 6 JJ & Amy 147 7 21.0
9 9 Max & Dianne 81 4 20.3
10 7 Clara & Aljaž 121 6 20.2
11 11 Jason & Luba 46 3 15.3
12 12 Jacqui & Anton 25 2 12.5

Highest and lowest scoring performances of the series

The highest and lowest performances in each dance according to the judges' scale are as follows:

Dance Celebrity Highest score Celebrity Lowest score
American Smooth HRVY 30 Jason Bell 16
Argentine Tango Ranvir Singh 27 Bill Bailey 24
Cha-Cha-Cha Maisie Smith
Caroline Quentin
24 Jamie Laing 14
Charleston HRVY 30 JJ Chalmers 20
Foxtrot Ranvir Singh 27 Jacqui Smith 13
Jazz Caroline Quentin 21
Jive HRVY 29 JJ Chalmers 17
Paso Doble Bill Bailey 26 Jason Bell 12
Quickstep Maisie Smith
Bill Bailey
29 Nicola Adams
Ranvir Singh
21
Rumba HRVY 23
Salsa HRVY
Maisie Smith
27 Jason Bell 18
Samba Maisie Smith 29 Jacqui Smith 12
Showdance Bill Bailey
Maisie Smith
30 HRVY
Jamie Laing
29
Street HRVY
Maisie Smith
30 Nicola Adams
Max George
24
Tango HRVY 26 Max George 17
Viennese Waltz Maisie Smith 29 Clara Amfo 17
Waltz Ranvir Singh 26 JJ Chalmers 19

Couples' highest and lowest scoring dances

Couples Highest scoring dance Lowest scoring dance
Bill & Oti Showdance (30) Cha-Cha-Cha (15)
HRVY & Janette Street
Charleston
American Smooth (30)
Cha-Cha-Cha (21)
Jamie & Karen Street (x2)
Showdance (29)
Cha-Cha-Cha (14)
Maisie & Gorka Street
Showdance (30)
Samba
American Smooth
Cha-Cha-Cha (24)
Ranvir & Giovanni Foxtrot
Argentine Tango
Viennese Waltz (27)
Jive (18)
JJ & Amy Quickstep
Viennese Waltz (25)
Paso Doble
Jive (17)
Clara & Aljaž Charleston (29) Viennese Waltz (17)
Caroline & Johannes Cha-Cha-Cha (24) American Smooth
Paso Doble
Jazz (21)
Max & Dianne Street (24) Tango (17)
Nicola & Katya Street (24) Jive (19)
Jason & Luba Salsa (18) Paso Doble (12)
Jacqui & Anton Foxtrot (13) Samba (12)

Weekly scores and songs

Unless indicated otherwise, individual judges scores in the charts below (given in parentheses) are listed in this order from left to right: Craig Revel Horwood, Shirley Ballas, Motsi Mabuse.

Launch show

Week 1

Running order
Couple Score[28] Dance Music[29]
Jamie & Karen 14 (4,5,5) Cha-Cha-Cha "Think About Things"—Daði og Gagnamagnið
Caroline & Johannes 21 (7,7,7) American Smooth "Morning Train (9 to 5)"—Sheena Easton
Max & Dianne 17 (6,5,6) Tango "Best Fake Smile"—James Bay
Clara & Aljaž 18 (5,6,7) Cha-Cha-Cha "Don't Start Now"—Dua Lipa
Jacqui & Anton 13 (3,5,5) Foxtrot "Always Look on the Bright Side of Life"—Monty Python
JJ & Amy 19 (6,6,7) Waltz "What a Wonderful World"—Louis Armstrong
Maisie & Gorka 24 (8,8,8) Samba "Samba (Conga)"—Gloria Estefan
Jason & Luba 16 (4,6,6) American Smooth "My Girl"—The Temptations
Ranvir & Giovanni 21 (7,7,7) Paso Doble "End of Time"—Beyoncé
Nicola & Katya 21 (7,7,7) Quickstep "Get Happy"—Ella Fitzgerald
Bill & Oti 15 (3,6,6) Cha-Cha-Cha "Pata Pata"—Miriam Makeba
HRVY & Janette 25 (8,8,9) Jive "Faith"—Stevie Wonder feat. Ariana Grande

Week 2

Running order
Couple Score[31] Dance Music[32] Result
Max & Dianne 20 (6,7,7) Jive "I'm a Believer"—The Monkees Safe
Clara & Aljaž 17 (5,6,6) Viennese Waltz "You Don't Own Me"—SAYGRACE Safe
Bill & Oti 24 (8,8,8) Quickstep "Talk to the Animals"—Bobby Darin Safe
JJ & Amy 17 (5,6,6) Paso Doble "Believer"—Imagine Dragons Safe
Jamie & Karen 17 (5,6,6) American Smooth "Night and Day"—Frank Sinatra Bottom two
Maisie & Gorka 25 (8,9,8) Tango "Midnight Sky"—Miley Cyrus Safe
Jacqui & Anton 12 (2,5,5) Samba "Help Yourself"—Tom Jones Eliminated
HRVY & Janette 24 (7,8,9) Viennese Waltz "Stuck with U"—Ariana Grande & Justin Bieber Safe
Ranvir & Giovanni 21 (6,7,8) Quickstep "You Are the Sunshine of My Life"—Stevie Wonder Safe
Nicola & Katya 24 (8,8,8) Street "Shine"—Years & Years Safe
Caroline & Johannes 21 (7,7,7) Paso Doble "El Gato Montes"—Ramon Cortez Pasodoble Orchestra Safe
Jason & Luba 18 (6,6,6) Salsa "Get Lucky"—Daft Punk feat. Pharrell Williams Safe
Judges' votes to save
  • Revel Horwood: Jamie & Karen
  • Mabuse: Jamie & Karen
  • Ballas: Did not vote, but would have voted to save Jamie & Karen

Week 3: Movie Week

Running order
Couple Score[34] Dance Music[35] Result
Nicola & Katya 19 (6,7,6) Jive "Greased Lightnin'"—from Grease Bottom two (later withdrew)
Maisie & Gorka 24 (8,7,9) American Smooth "Into the Unknown"—from Frozen II Safe
Caroline & Johannes 21 (6,7,8) Jazz "Everything's Coming Up Roses"—from Gypsy Safe
Jason & Luba 12 (3,4,5) Paso Doble "Star Wars Theme"—from Star Wars Eliminated
JJ & Amy 24 (8,8,8) Foxtrot "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head"—from Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid Safe
HRVY & Janette 21 (6,7,8) Cha-Cha-Cha "Don't Go Breaking My Heart"—from Gnomeo & Juliet Safe
Ranvir & Giovanni 27 (9,9,9) Foxtrot "Love You I Do"—from Dreamgirls Safe
Jamie & Karen 23 (7,8,8) Charleston "Zero to Hero"—from Hercules Safe
Clara & Aljaž 20 (7,6,7) Tango "Lady Marmalade"—from Moulin Rouge! Safe
Max & Dianne 24 (8,8,8) Street "The Simpsons Theme"—from The Simpsons Movie Safe
Bill & Oti 26 (8,9,9) Paso Doble "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly"—from The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Safe
Judges' votes to save
  • Revel Horwood: Nicola & Katya
  • Mabuse: Nicola & Katya
  • Ballas: Did not vote, but would have voted to save Nicola & Katya

Week 4

Individual judges scores in the charts below (given in parentheses) are listed in this order from left to right: Craig Revel Horwood, Shirley Ballas, Anton du Beke.

Running order
Couple Score[37] Dance Music[38] Result
HRVY & Janette 27 (8,10,9) Salsa "Dynamite"—BTS Safe
Ranvir & Giovanni 20 (5,7,8) Cha-Cha-Cha "Oye Como Va"—Santana/"I Like It Like That"—Pete Rodriguez Safe
Max & Dianne 20 (5,7,8) American Smooth "It Had to Be You"—Harry Connick Jr. Eliminated
JJ & Amy 17 (4,6,7) Jive "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy"—Bette Midler Safe
Maisie & Gorka 24 (7,8,9) Cha-Cha-Cha "Girls Just Want to Have Fun"—Cyndi Lauper Bottom two
Bill & Oti 27 (8,10,9) Street "Rapper's Delight"—The Sugarhill Gang Safe
Caroline & Johannes 22 (7,7,8) Waltz "With You I'm Born Again"—Billy Preston & Syreeta Wright Safe
Jamie & Karen 25 (8,8,9) Samba "Bamboléo"—Gipsy Kings Safe
Clara & Aljaž 29 (9,10,10) Charleston "Baby Face"—Julie Andrews Safe
Judges' votes to save
  • Revel Horwood: Maisie & Gorka
  • Du Beke: Maisie & Gorka
  • Ballas: Did not vote, but would have voted to save Max & Dianne

Week 5

Individual judges scores in the charts below (given in parentheses) are listed in this order from left to right: Craig Revel Horwood, Shirley Ballas, Anton du Beke.

Running order
Couple Score[40] Dance Music[41] Result
Bill & Oti 25 (8,9,8) American Smooth "I've Got You Under My Skin"—Frank Sinatra Safe
Maisie & Gorka 27 (9,9,9) Salsa "Better When I'm Dancin'"—Meghan Trainor Bottom two
JJ & Amy 25 (7,9,9) Quickstep "For Once in My Life"—Stevie Wonder Safe
Clara & Aljaž 18 (5,6,7) Samba "That's the Way (I Like It)"—KC and the Sunshine Band Safe
Jamie & Karen 29 (9,10,10) Street "Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)"—C+C Music Factory Safe
HRVY & Janette 26 (8,9,9) Tango "Golden"—Harry Styles Safe
Caroline & Johannes 24 (8,8,8) Cha-Cha-Cha "Rescue Me"—Fontella Bass Eliminated
Ranvir & Giovanni 27 (8,9,10) Argentine Tango "When Doves Cry"—Prince Safe
Judges' votes to save
  • Revel Horwood: Maisie & Gorka
  • Du Beke: Maisie & Gorka
  • Ballas: Did not vote, but would have voted to save Maisie & Gorka

Week 6

Running order
Couple Score[44] Dance Music[45] Result
Clara & Aljaž 19 (6,6,7) Jive "River Deep, Mountain High"—Ike & Tina Turner Eliminated
Jamie & Karen 24 (8,8,8) Tango "Tanguera"—Sexteto Mayor Bottom two
HRVY & Janette 30 (10,10,10) Street "A Sky Full of Stars"—Coldplay Safe
Ranvir & Giovanni 24 (8,8,8) American Smooth "I Say a Little Prayer"—Aretha Franklin Safe
Bill & Oti 24 (8,8,8) Jive "One Way or Another"—Blondie Safe
JJ & Amy 25 (8,9,8) Viennese Waltz "Rescue"—Lauren Daigle Safe
Maisie & Gorka 29 (9,10,10) Quickstep "When You're Smiling"—Andy Williams Safe
Judges' votes to save
  • Revel Horwood: Clara & Aljaž
  • Mabuse: Jamie & Karen
  • Ballas: Jamie & Karen

Week 7: Musicals Week (Quarter-final)

Running order
Couple Score[47] Dance Music[48] Result
JJ & Amy 20 (6,7,7) Charleston "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang"—from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Eliminated
Ranvir & Giovanni 27 (9,9,9) Viennese Waltz "She Used to Be Mine"—from Waitress Safe
Maisie & Gorka 28 (9,10,9) Jive "Little Shop of Horrors"—from Little Shop of Horrors Safe
Bill & Oti 24 (8,8,8) Argentine Tango "The Phantom of the Opera"—from The Phantom of the Opera Safe
HRVY & Janette 29 (9,10,10) American Smooth "One (Singular Sensation)"—from A Chorus Line Safe
Jamie & Karen 24 (8,8,8) Jive "Everybody's Talking About Jamie"—from Everybody's Talking About Jamie Bottom two
Judges' votes to save
  • Revel Horwood: Jamie & Karen
  • Mabuse: JJ & Amy
  • Ballas: Jamie & Karen

Week 8: Semi-Final

Running order
Couple Score[50] Dance Music[51] Result
Jamie & Karen 24 (8,8,8) Salsa "Last Dance"—Donna Summer Bottom two
24 (8,8,8) Quickstep "Thank God I'm a Country Boy"—John Denver
Ranvir & Giovanni 26 (8,9,9) Waltz "Un Giorno Per Noi (A Time for Us)"—Josh Groban Eliminated
18 (5,6,7) Jive "Candyman"—Christina Aguilera
Bill & Oti 25 (8,8,9) Charleston "(Won't You Come Home) Bill Bailey"—Ottilie Patterson & Chris Barber Safe
23 (8,7,8) Tango "Enter Sandman"—Metallica
Maisie & Gorka 30 (10,10,10) Street "Gettin' Jiggy wit It"—Will Smith Safe
29 (9,10,10) Viennese Waltz "A Thousand Years"—Christina Perri
HRVY & Janette 23 (7,8,8) Rumba "Only You"—Kylie Minogue & James Corden Safe
30 (10,10,10) Charleston "Another Day of Sun"—from La La Land

For the Dance Off, Jamie & Karen chose to dance their Salsa, while Ranvir & Giovanni chose to dance their Waltz.

Judges' votes to save
  • Revel Horwood: Jamie & Karen
  • Mabuse: Ranvir & Giovanni
  • Ballas: Jamie & Karen

Week 9: Final

Running order
Couple Score[53] Dance Music[54] Result
HRVY & Janette 29 (9,10,10) Jive "Faith"—Stevie Wonder feat. Ariana Grande Runners-up
29 (9,10,10) Showdance "Boogie Wonderland"—Brittany Murphy
30 (10,10,10) American Smooth "One (Singular Sensation)"—from A Chorus Line
Jamie & Karen 26 (8,9,9) Charleston "Zero to Hero"—from Hercules Runners-up
29 (9,10,10) Showdance "I'm Still Standing"—Elton John
29 (9,10,10) Street "Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)"—C+C Music Factory
Bill & Oti 29 (9,10,10) Quickstep "Talk to the Animals"—Bobby Darin Winners
30 (10,10,10) Showdance "The Show Must Go On"—Queen
29 (9,10,10) Street "Rapper's Delight"—The Sugarhill Gang
Maisie & Gorka 29 (9,10,10) Samba "Samba (Conga)"—Gloria Estefan Runners-up
30 (10,10,10) Showdance "We Need a Little Christmas"—Idina Menzel
29 (9,10,10) Quickstep "When You're Smiling"—Andy Williams

Dance chart

  Highest scoring dance
  Lowest scoring dance
  Couple withdrew that week
Couple 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Bill & Oti
Cha-Cha-Cha Quickstep Paso Doble Street American Smooth Jive Argentine Tango Charleston Tango Quickstep Showdance Street
HRVY & Janette
Jive Viennese Waltz Cha-Cha-Cha Salsa Tango Street American Smooth Rumba Charleston Jive Showdance American Smooth
Jamie & Karen
Cha-Cha-Cha American Smooth Charleston Samba Street Tango Jive Salsa Quickstep Charleston Showdance Street
Maisie & Gorka
Samba Tango American Smooth Cha-Cha-Cha Salsa Quickstep Jive Street Viennese Waltz Samba Showdance Quickstep
Ranvir & Giovanni
Paso Doble Quickstep Foxtrot Cha-Cha-Cha Argentine Tango American Smooth Viennese Waltz Waltz Jive
JJ & Amy
Waltz Paso Doble Foxtrot Jive Quickstep Viennese Waltz Charleston
Clara & Aljaž
Cha-Cha-Cha Viennese Waltz Tango Charleston Samba Jive
Caroline & Johannes
American Smooth Paso Doble Jazz Waltz Cha-Cha-Cha
Max & Dianne
Tango Jive Street American Smooth
Nicola & Katya
Quickstep Street Jive American Smooth
Jason & Luba
American Smooth Salsa Paso Doble
Jacqui & Anton
Foxtrot Samba
  • Week 1: One unlearned dance (introducing American Smooth, Cha-Cha-Cha, Foxtrot, Jive, Paso Doble, Quickstep, Samba, Tango and Waltz)
  • Week 2: One unlearned dance (introducing Salsa, Street and Viennese Waltz)
  • Week 3 (Movie Week): One unlearned dance (introducing Charleston and Jazz)
  • Week 4: One unlearned dance
  • Week 5: One unlearned dance (introducing Argentine Tango)
  • Week 6: One unlearned dance
  • Week 7 (Musicals Week): One unlearned dance
  • Week 8 (Semi-Final): Two unlearned dances (introducing Rumba)
  • Week 9 (Final): Judges' choice, showdance and couple's favourite dance

Ratings

Weekly ratings for each show on BBC One. All ratings are provided by BARB.[55]

Episode Date Official 7-day rating
(millions)
Weekly rank
for BBC One
Weekly rank
for all UK TV
Share
Launch Show 17 October 10.05 1 2 42.2%[56]
Week 1 24 October 11.22 1 1 44.6%[57]
Week 2 31 October 11.83 2 2 47.3%[58]
Week 2 Results 1 November 8.91 4 5
Week 3 7 November 10.92 1 1 43.8%[59]
Week 3 Results 8 November 9.43 2 3 39.3%[60]
Week 4 14 November 11.89 1 2 49.3%[61]
Week 4 Results 15 November 9.61 2 4 40.9%[62]
Week 5 21 November 11.59 1 6 50.1%[63]
Week 5 Results 22 November 9.61 2 9 39.5%[63]
Week 6 28 November 11.45 1 2 48.5%[64]
Week 6 Results 29 November 10.20 2 9 40.9%[64]
Week 7 5 December 11.45 1 2 49.3%[65]
Week 7 Results 6 December 9.75 2 7 42.2%[65]
Week 8 12 December 11.38 1 1 48.9%[66]
Week 8 Results 13 December 10.54 2 2 44.1%[66]
Final 19 December 13.12 1 1 53.3%[67]

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