Love Island Odds – Tom & Molly Odds-on Favourites

In this post, we take a look at the latest Love Island odds as the season draws to a close with the final on Monday night.

Love Island Odds

Love Island Betting Odds
Islander Odds Chance
Tom Clare 4/6 60%
Molly Smith 8/11 57.9%
Callum Jones 11/4 26.7%
Jess Gale 11/4 26.7%
Anton Danyluk 6/1 14.3%
Georgia Harrison 7/1 12.5%
Sophie Piper 15/2 11.8%
Joshua Ritchie 10/1 9.1%
Georgia Steel 16/1 5.9%
Toby Aromolaran 20/1 4.8%
Adam Maxted 20/1 4.8%
Arabella Chi 25/1 3.8%

Love Island Betting

Manchester’s Molly Smith is the odds-on 8/11 favourite alongside Tom Clare (4/6) to join the illustrious list of Love Island winners per the latest entertainment odds at BoyleSports.

Fans of the hit ITV show were hopeful that Molly would rekindle her romance with former flame Callum Jones, with the couple having spent three years together after meeting in the villa in series 6. But Thursday night’s episode allowed villa residents a video-call to their loved ones at home and Molly poured cold water on any chance of coupling up with Callum in an emotional call with her friend.

Despite the potential of the duo getting back together going cold, Love Island fans are fanning the flames of Callum’s chances of emerging as this year’s winner among the boys, as he has been backed into 11/4 from 4/1 to be top male, while current partner Jess Gale is also an 11/4 shot to earn the accolade of this year’s villa queen.

Long-time fan favourite Tom Clare still tops the betting charts to be the number one man at 4/6, while Toby Aromolaran and Adam Maxted have fallen out of fashion with viewers. The duo have their work cut-out to make their way to this year’s final, as alongside their partners Georgia Steele and Arabella Chi, they are the likeliest pairings to be packing their bags before Monday’s Grand Finale.

With all of this year’s contestants set to return to the villa for the final episode, there could be drama aplenty as exes are reunited and punters think the show will go right down to the wire. With Tom and Molly the current clear favourites, many will be fearing that Callum could yet be the fly in the ointment for this year’s star pairing.

Brian O’Keeffe, spokesperson for BoyleSports, said:

“Love Island All Stars has had it all. As we enter the final few days in the stunning South African retreat, punters are hoping there will be no last-minute hiccups and that Tom and Molly will be crowned villa royalty on Monday.”

*Prices subject to fluctuation

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