Curtis Pritchard’s Odds For Top Male Shorten On Love Island
Love Island 2019
A possible romance between Irish hopeful Yewande Biala and fellow scientist (turned firefighter) Michael Griffiths could blossom over the next eight weeks on Love Island.
Yewande and Michael ended up paired by default as all the other Islanders coupled up before them with Yewande discovering that Michael has a degree in bio-medical science.
We make them a 25/1 chance to be crowned as the winning couple but the Irish beauty is the 10/11 favourite to be the first female eliminated from the raunchy show which could bring the couple’s romance to an abrupt end.
Latin and ballroom professional dancer Curtis Pritchard’s odds have been cut further into 9/4 from 4/1 in the Top Male market.
The 23-year old from Shropshire’s popularity is growing after he stole air hostess Amy Hart from Anton Danyluk.
Tommy Fury and Lucie Donlan’s odds in the Winning Couple market have drifted out to 6/1 from 9/2. Tommy stole Lucie from catering company owner Joe Garratt but perhaps it was the wrong move as Lucie was left feeling confused after her date with Tommy on Wednesday night.
The odds suggest the couple will get back together with Joe and Lucie 9/4 from 5/2 to become the winning couple.
20-year old social media influencer Molly-Mae Hague is the next blonde bombshell to enter Love Island with her odds being introduced at 6/1 in the Top Female market. Molly-Mae is sure to set tongues wagging when she joins the rest of the love hopefuls in the villa with 12/1 available for her to couple up with Tommy Fury and win the show.
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