Tommy Fury entered the villa as favourite to win, and he is well on course to take the Love Island title with Molly-Mae Hague.
Boxer Fury took a few weeks to find his match in Molly-Mae – but since coupling up they have gone from strength and now they are a long way ahead of any other couple in the villa at odds of 1/5.
Tommy and Molly returned to each others arms this week following the Casa Amor split, which resulted in some huge bust-ups and recoupling.
The biggest twist saw Amber Gill dumped by Michael Griffiths for Joanna Chimonides – and she has now gone from being favourite to win, to being favourite to be the next girl to be kicked off the Island.
And with Curtis and Amy also on the rocks, there is seemingly little opposition to Tommy and Molly – although it remains to be seen how popular the new couples will be.
OddsMonkey spokesman Peter Watton commented: “Tommy and Molly’s relationship has gone from strength to strength, and there is seemingly no stopping them from this point, we have seen some new couples in recent days but it is going to take a major about-turn to beat them and at 1/5 the Bookmakers have the probability at over 80%.
“One big mover has been in the overall market has been Anton Danyluk with his new girl Belle Hassan – they have moved into 13/2 second favourites.”
Love Island 2019 selected odds:
Tommy Fury & Molly-Mae Hague 1/5
Anton Danyluk & Belle Hassan 13/2
Michael Griffiths & Joanna Chimonides 12/1
Curtis Pritchard & Amy Hart 20/1
Marvin Brooks & Maura Higgins 20/1
George Rains & Lucie Donlan 25/1
Danny Williams & Jourdan Riane 28/1
Jordan Hames & Anna Vakili 28/1
Ovie Soko & Anna Vakili 28/1
Michael Griffiths & Amber Rose Gill 33/1
Next Girl to be eliminated
Amber Rose Gill 6/4
Amy Hart 5/2
Joanna Chimonides 6/1
Lucie Donlan 8/1
Anna Vakili 8/1
Jourdan Riane 8/1
Maura Higgins 8/1
Belle Hassan 12/1
Molly-Mae Hague 20/1
Next Boy to be eliminated
Jordan Hames 6/4
Curtis Pritchard 5/2
Michael Griffiths 6/1
Danny Williams 8/1
Marvin Brooks 8/1
George Rains 8/1
Ovie Soko 8/1
Anton Danyluk 12/1
Tommy Fury 20/1
*Odds correct at time of writing
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