Which couple do you want to win Love Island? Vote in our poll
After seven sizzling weeks of bombshells, bust ups, and ‘bad b***ches’, we want to know which couple YOU think should win Love Island.
With only five couples left in the stunning Mallorcan villa, the remaining islanders will battle it out for the series ten title and the lucrative £50,000 prize money. ITV has announced that the grand final will be hosted live from the villa by Maya Jama on Monday, July 31 at 9pm.
The countdown has officially begun for the islanders as they enjoy their last few days of grafting under the Spanish sunshine. In tonight’s episode (July 27) they will be heading on their final dates, where they will vote for the least compatible couple – who will then be put at risk of being dumped.
Competing for the top spot are couples Ella Barnes and Mitchel Taylor, Ella Thomas and Tyrique Hyde, Jess Harding and Sammy Root, Molly Marsh and Zach Noble, and Whitney Adebayo and Lochan Nowacki.
Betting site Coral has revealed the latest predictions for the winning couple ahead of the finale and Whitney and Lochan are favourites with odds at 8-13. In second place sits Ella and Tyrique with odds of 9-4, while Jess and Sammy can be backed at 4-1.
Molly and Zach were the betting favourites at the very start of the season, but their turbulent relationship has slashed their chances, with odds now at 25-1. While Ella and Mitchel – who are the newest couple – have odds of just 66-1, meaning their chances of taking the Love Island crown are slim.
John Hill from Coral said: “Our betting suggests Lochan and Whitney are on course to be crowned the winning Love Island couple this year, but five days is a long time inside the villa, so that could all change by Monday’s final."
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