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Dani & Jack red-hot favourites to win Love Island despite lie detector spat

Dani & Jack (credit:ITV/Love Island)

Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham were the bookmakers’ favourites to win Love Island when the 2018 series got underway, and with less than a week to go the pair are still heading up the Top Male and Top Female markets at William Hill.

Despite ITV airing a teaser advert hinting that Jack may have quit the show after failing some of Dani’s questions during a lie detector test, the bookmakers cannot see past the pair winning the 2018 series of Love Island.

Jack remains a clear 1/8 favourite in William Hill's Top Male market ahead of 6/1 shot Josh and 14/1 outsider Alex, while Dani is leading the way in the Top Female market at 1/8 ahead of 6/1 Kazimir and 14/1 Alexandra.

“Jack and Dani have had their ups and downs recently,” William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly told Bettingpro.com.

“However, their popularity has remained constant and it looks almost impossible for them to lose now.”

Latest William Hill Odds

Love Island top male: 1/8 Jack Fincham; 6/1 Josh; 14/1 Alex; 20/1 Wes; 33/1 Paul; 40/1 Jack Fowler

Love Island top female: 1/8 Dani; 6/1 Kazimir; 14/1 Alexandra; 25/1 Megan; 33/1 Laura Anderson; 40/1 Laura Crane


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Dani & Jack red-hot favourites to win Love Island despite lie detector spat

Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham were the bookmakers’ favourites to win Love Island when the 2018 series got underway, and with less than a week to go the pair are still heading up the Top Male and Top Female markets at William Hill.

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