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Love Island contenders revealed

Love Island, one of the most popular TV programmes of the summer, is set to return to our screens and Bookmakers are already pricing up the possible winners.

Despite almost all the contestants not being known to the general public, and with no idea who the popular figures might be – already markets are open.

The one name known to the general public is Dani Dyer, the daughter of actor Danny, who has already featured on reality television, and she has seen the most interest early on.

“At this stage it is almost impossible to see who will become favourites to win the show, that is down to when they couple up, but you can back the top male and female in separate categories,” said OddsMonkey spokesman Peter Watton.

“Apart from Dani Dyer – who has seen the most interest and is early favourite for top female – most of the contestants are 4/1 as we don’t know them apart from seeing the pictures.”

Selected Love Island odds:

Top Female:
Dani Dyer 5/2
Hayley Hughes 10/3
Kendall Rae-Knight 7/2
Laura Anderson 4/1
Samira Mighty 4/1

Top Male:
Adam Collard 4/1
Alex George 4/1
Eyal Booker 4/1
Jack Fincham 4/1
Niall Aslam 4/1
Wes Nelson 4/1

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