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ITV2 will air the Love Island 2019 final tonight (Monday, July 29) at 9pm. The Love Island 2019 winners will either be Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague, Curtis Pritchard and Maura Higgins, Ovie Soko and India Reynolds or Amber Gill and Greg O’Shea. The latest odds for which couple will win the 2019 series of Love Island reveal an overwhelming bookies’ favourite.

Who will win Love Island 2019?

According to the latest odds, the overwhelming bookies’ favourites are Tommy and Molly-Mae.

William Hill has the boxer and social media influencer at 4/7 to take home the £50,000 on tonight’s Love Island.

This represents about a 63 percent chance that the couple, who have been coupled on the series since day five, will win tonight.

“It looks highly unlikely they will be beaten,” said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly.

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William Hill is also currently offering odds of 6/1 that either Tommy or Molly-Mae will choose to steal all of the prize money rather than choose to share it.

Though Tommy and Molly-Mae remain the favourites, Coral reports there has been a flurry of recent bets for Ovie and India.

According to Coral, the couple, who have only been paired since day 46 of Love Island 2019, are currently 7/4 to win – around a 36 percent chance of winning.

Coral’s John Hill said: “Punters are looking no further than Ovie and India now in our Love Island betting.

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“If this gamble continues ahead of the final of the show, they are likely to be new favourites ahead of Tommy and Molly-Mae.”

Third favourites to win Love Island this year are currently Amber and Greg.

A number of bookies, including Paddypower, Betfred and Betfair, have the couple, who recoupled on day 46, at 4/1.

Odds of 4/1 mean that the relatively new couple has around a 20 percent chance of taking home the money tonight.

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This means that least likely to win tonight are Curtis and Maura according to the bookies.

Unibet and 888Sport have the couple as low as 50/1 to win the ITV2 series.

This represents a 2 percent chance of them winning, despite Maura being one of the most popular of this year’s Love Islanders.

Love Island fans, however, will have to tune in tonight to see which couple has what it takes to win the show.

Love Island 2019 ends tonight at 9pm on ITV2



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