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Over 50% of all Love Island bets for Dani & Jack to win

Jack Fincham (credit:ITV/Love Island)

Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham remain the clear favourites to win the 2018 series of Love Island after they put their lie detector spat behind them on last night’s show.

The pair’s relationship appeared to be on the ropes when Jack admitted that he may, at some point in his life, be attracted to another woman, but Dani’s anger over that admission soon washed away and once again the ‘happy’ couple are back on track to win the show.

Dani and Jack are 1/8 favourites in their respective Top Female and Top Male markets, and bookmaker William Hill has revealed that over 50% of bets on the 2018 edition of Love Island have been on the couple winning the show. 

“The punters have put their money where their mouths are,” William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly told Bettingpro.com.

“And if the odds of 1/8 weren’t a strong indicator of how comfortably we think Dani and Jack are going to win, then the fact that more than one in every two bets have been for them suggests they will be walking away with the £50,000.”

Josh and Kazimir are the second favourites at 6/1 as next Monday’s final episode draws ever closer, but their pair have only attracted 10% of all wagers at this time.

Latest William Hill Odds

Love Island top male: 1/8 Jack; 6/1 Josh; 14/1 Alex; 25/1 Wes; 33/1 Paul; 40/1 Jack

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


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Over 50% of all Love Island bets for Dani & Jack to win

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