Gemma Owen, Luca, Davide & Ekin-Su Love Island Latest Betting
Love Island lad Luca Bish is attracting most support to be the Top Man in the villa as the lad from Brighton has pulled away in the betting.
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BoyleSports have cut the 23-year-old into 5/4 from 7/4 this weekend following a surge in support, meaning the handsome stud has tightened his grip on favouritism with Andrew Le Page next in the market at 3/1.
Michael Owen’s 19-year-old daughter, dressage competitor Gemma Owen, was picked by Luca in the recoupling this week and the pair seem to be getting on very well if the latest betting is anything to go by.
They have been cut into 11/2 from 18/1 to be the winning couple but that could all change on Sunday night as Gemma’s ex-boyfriend Jacques O’Neill – a professional rugby player – is due to enter the villa.
Luca is 5/4 from 7/4 to be the Top Man following strong support but if the old flame is reignited between Gemma and Jacques then we could see some massive changes.
Meanwhile, the first recoupling of the new series was completed on Friday night, with Davide Sanclimenti and Ekin-Su Culculoglu the biggest movers this weekend to become the winning couple.
Sparks were flying between the pair during a steamy workout and now they find themselves in a couple after Davide picked the Turkish actress during the recoupling.
The Italian hunk was showing off his fitness skills by lifting weights with Ekin-Su sitting on his shoulders and it was clear there was some flirting between them.
BoyleSports chalked the good-looking couple up at 50/1 but those odds have already taken a hit and are now 25/1 in the betting.
Andrew decided to stay with Tasha and they are 5/1 from 6/1 favourites, while Luca picked Gemma, meaning they are now the 11/2 second favourites after their odds were cut from 18/1.
Sparks were flying under the Majorcan sun on Friday after a steamy workout between Davide and Ekin-Su got pulses racing. The Italian picked the Turkish queen during the recoupling and now they are 25/1 from 50/1.
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