Are Tommy & Molly-Mae Losing Love Island? Ovie & Amber Backed To Pounce

Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague have been the long-time frontrunners in the betting to scoop the Love Island prize, but their odds are continuing to slide as Ovie Soko continues to make his mark on the hit show.

Ovie has catapulted himself up the betting since entering the villa during as the islanders tackled Casa Amor, with viewers drawn to his laid back nature and charismatic style.
Punters too have been keen to get behind the basketball wizard and he is now Tommy’s main danger to be crowned top male after BoyleSports slashed his odds in half from 9/1 into 9/2 over the weekend.

Supporters are starting to desert Tommy and Molly-Mae as the winning couple too, and the once 1/9 odds-on favourites have been eased to 1/4. Ovie and Amber meanwhile are bridging the gap at 6/1 from 10/1 over the past 24 hours, as their bid to become the first couple to win the show as friends gathers pace.

Longford’s Maura Higgins is still in with a shout and after Curtis said she’s the contestant he would marry in a game of ‘snog, marry, pie,’ and the pair are now third favourites at 12/1 to be the last pair standing.

We’re really getting the message about Ovie now because he’s becoming a bit of a national treasure

and his odds of actually going all the way and winning Love Island are continuing to drop.

The Maura, Curtis and Francesca triangle looks set to provide us with some more sparks and there’s still plenty of support coming in for the Longford girl to scoop the winning prize, with only Molly-Mae and Amber ahead of her in the top girl betting.

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