Who will win Love Island 2021? Favourites to win and latest winners betting odds - ahead of series final
Jake Cornish and Liberty Bell had been the running favourites to win throughout season seven, but the couple left the villa during Friday’s show
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After 8 weeks of tantalising reality TV, the Love Island final is finally upon us.
Four couples are in with a chance to win the prize: Chloe Burrows and Toby Aromolaran, Kaz Kwami and Tyler Cruickshank, Millie Court and Liam Reardon, and Faye Winter and Teddy Soares.
Jake Cornish and Liberty Bell had been the running favourites to win throughout season seven, but the couple left the villa during Friday’s (20 August) show after Liberty ended the relationship.
Ahead of the final, here’s what the bookies have said about who the nation thinks will win.
Who is odds on favourite to win Love Island 2021?
According to leading bookmakers, Paddy Power and Betfair, Millie and Liam are favourite to win at 8/13.
The couple have had quite a ride in the villa, after nearly breaking their relationship all off after Liam’s antics in Casa Amor.
However, according to the gambling website Oddschecker, Chloe and Toby are set to pick up the prize pot. The couple sit on odds of 5/6, with Millie and Liam in second on 11/8.
Where will the others finish?
With Chloe and Toby and Millie and Liam in the battle for first place, Kaz and Tyler are set to finish in third place.
Faye and Teddy, whose journey to the final has been filled with several ups and downs, are tipped to finish in fourth place.
How to vote in the Love Island final 2021?
The Love Island viewers will have the opportunity to vote for the winner.
Voting is possible through the show’s app until 8:45pm tonight (23 August).
Voting will reopen during the show.
What time is the Love Island 2021 final on TV?
The Love Island 2021 final will be on ITV2 at 9:00pm on 23 August.
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