Anna on her way off Love Island?

Britain’s ‘Kim Kardashian’ Anna Vakili is favourite to be the first girl booted off Love Island this week.

Vakili was one of the most talked about contestants before heading into the Villa, after being dubbed the UK’s version of American star Kim Kardashian, due to her striking similarity to the famed TV personality.

However, Anna has struggled to find a man she likes, although she had coupled up with Sherif Lanre – before he was kicked out of the Villa for an unspecified breach of the rules.

Now Anna is not in a couple, and her hopes of linking up with one of the six remaining boys has not been helped by the addition of two new girls into the Villa.

The first female eviction is set to happen when recoupling is confirmed later this week, and Anna is strong favourite to leave – although it could very well be that two girls depart, and if that was the case it could be very bad news for Irish scientist Yewande Biala.

OddsMonkey spokesman Peter Watton commented: “As it stands there are eight girls and six guys, so it is not hard to work out that at least one of the ladies will be leaving this week, if not two…

“Anna is clear favourite and is Evens to leave, and Yewande is not far behind at 2/1 although Molly-May and Amber – currently getting close to Tommy and Michael – could be worried as new girls Maura Higgins and Elma Pazar look like they are ready to make an impact with their men.

“Indeed the only two girls that are certain to remain beyond this weekend seem to be Amy and Lucie, who have both gone ‘exclusive’ in their relationships with Curtis and Joe.”

Selected odds:

First Girl to be voted out of Villa
Anna Vakili – Evens
Yewande Biala – 13/8
Molly-May Hague – 7/2
Amber Gill – 5/1
Lucie Donlan – 16/1
Amy Hart – 50/1

Winning Couple
Curtis Pritchard & Amy Hart – 11/10
Michael Griffiths & Amber Rose Gill – 4/1
Joe Garratt & Lucie Donlan – 9/2
Danny Williams & Molly-Mae Hague – 16/1
Tommy Fury & Lucie Donlan – 16/1
Tommy Fury & Molly-Mae Hague – 16/1
Anton Danyluk & Molly-Mae Hague – 16/1
Danny Williams & Yewande Biala – 16/1
Danny Williams & Amber Rose Gill – 16/1
Tommy Fury & Maura Higgins – 16/1
Danny Williams & Elma Pazar – 25/1
Michael Griffiths & Yewande Biala – 25/1
Anton Danyluk & Anna Vakili – 25/1
Anton Danyluk & Amber Rose Gill – 66/1

*Odds correct at time of writing

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