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Jack & Dani 1/10 favourites ahead of tonight's Love Island final

Jack & Dani (credit:Love Island/ITV)

Jack and Dani are the 1/10 red-hot favourites to win tonight’s Love Island final, according to bookmaker William Hill.

The couple have been heading up the betting since the series began and William Hill believe they cannot lose tonight, with Josh and Kaz the most likely couple to cause an upset at 7/1.

“This year’s show has proven to be very popular with punters,” William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly told Bettingpro.com.

“Despite the fact that Jack and Dani have been such a prohibitively short price for much of the series, they have also been incredibly well backed to win. We can’t see anyone beating them tonight.”

Cynics would argue that the show does not generate real romance however, and as a result the bookmaker is offering 6/1 that one of the couples from this year’s series are married by the end of next year, while it is 10/1 that there is a Love Island baby within the time frame.

Of the four couples in the final, Wes and Megan are the 6/5 favourites to split first after the show finishes.

Latest William Hill Odds

Will any couple from the show marry before the end of next year: 6/1

Will any couple from the show have a baby before the end of next year: 10/1

Who will be the first Love Island couple from this year to split: 6/5 Wes & Megan; 2/1 Paul & Laura; 3/1 Josh & Kaz; 8/1 Jack & Dani

Love Island winner: 1/10 Jack & Dani; 7/1 Josh & Kaz; 14/1 Paul & Laura; 20/1 Wes & Megan


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