Brad emerges as the new bookies’ favourite male winner. 28th June – The contestants for the 2021 edition of Love Island are unveiled and the bookies’ favourites have already emerged. Hugo and Shannon are 5/2 and 11/4 to win the competition, respectively, followed by Kaz at 3/1 and Toby at 10/3. Current odds of female to win Love Island 2021:
The obvious market is the winners market, i.e betting on which couple will win the show or who will be the winning male or female, but some bookmakers have listed Love Island specials in the past that focus on different specifics - for example, the week in which a certain Islander will be eliminated.
Love Island will be back on our screens on June 28th, no doubt yet again captivating the entire nation. There will be plenty of opportunities for punters to place a bet on the show - from outright winners, to who will be crowned 'Top Boy' and 'Top Girl' - BettingOdds.com have all of the Love Island odds for you to compare. Today's Football Tips.
Chloe and Toby’s rollercoaster romance has sparked a betting frenzy on the pair leaving the Love Island villa as winners.. Over the past seven days, the couple have attracted more bets than all of the other islanders, accruing 28% of all Top Couple wagers.
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Also sleeping outside for the entirety of Casa Amore, Liberty is the 10/11 favourite for Top Female but has attracted 24% of all bets. Kaz Kamwi appears to have moved on from beau Tyler, and is the 9/2 consensus second favourite to win. Millie Court is 5/1 to win with or without estranged partner Liam, whilst Faye Winter has slid out to 12/1 to ...
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Four of these five have been men, which is good news for Hampshire-based Hugo Hammond, who is 4/1 to be the top male in the Love Island odds, and Essex boy Toby Aromolaran this year. No other region has produced more than one winner but there have been three from outside England: one apiece from Ireland, Scotland and Wales.