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Love Island favourites emerge as show gets under way

Will Tommy Fury become the second relative of a famous person to win Love Island in the space of a year? 



The divisive reality show Love Island returned to our TV screens on Saturday as a cluster of singletons that are looking for ‘love’ in the show seek to be crowned as part of the winning couple come the end of the contest. 

Whether you love or hate the show, or reality TV in general, it cannot be denied that the program is a popular one, with new episodes airing each night on ITV 2. This year has seen another relative of someone famous making their way into the villa with Tyson Fury’s brother Tommy Fury walking in the footsteps of last year’s winner Dani Dyer, who’s father is Danny Dyer. As things stand after a handful of episodes, Fury is the current favourite to be the top man at 3/1 with BetVictor, while Joe Garratt (4/1), Michael Griffiths (5/1) and Callum Macleod (6/1) are just behind him. On the women’s side of things, Lucie Donlan is BetVictor’s favourite as she can currently be backed at 11/4, while Amy Hart and Amber Rose Gill (both 3/1) are next in line, with Anna Vakili (5/1) and Yewande Biala (6/1) seen as the underdogs at this early stage. 

BetVictor - Love Island Betting Odds:

Top Man:

Tommy Fury - 3/1

Joe Garratt - 4/1

Michael Griffiths - 5/1

Curtis Pritchard - 11/2

Callum Macleod - 6/1

Anton Danyluk - 7/1

Sherif Lanre - 10/1

Top Woman:

Lucie Donlan - 11/4

Amy Hart - 3/1

Amber Rose Gill - 3/1

Anna Vakili - 5/1

Yewande Biala - 6/1 


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