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Love Island betting odds: who will win tonight?

Reality show comes to a close with four couples battling it out for £50,000

Love Island 2018 ends tonight, with one lucky couple taking home the £50,000 prize.

After eight weeks of coupling, heartbreak and kissing controversy, there are just four couples left in the villa.

The winners will be announced in the final at 9pm on ITV2.

So who are the bookmakers’ favourites to win?

Jack Fincham and Dani Dyer

Jack, a stationary salesman, and Dani, daughter of TV hardman Danny Dyer, have been together since the beginning of the show and plan to move in together when they leave. They have been the favourites to win since day one, with odds of around 1/10. “It would be quite the shock if they were not to win it,” says William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly.

Josh Denzel and Kazimir Crossley

Josh, who presents sport coverage for LADbible, coupled up with make-up artist Kazimir and dumped Georgia Steel. The couple professed their love for one another on their final date and are in second place with odds of around 7/1.

Paul Knops and Laura Anderson

Stewardess Laura is still in the early stages of a relationship with Paul, a model and carpenter, after she was dumped twice in the villa, by Wes Nelson and then Jack Fowler. Their winning odds are around 14/1.

Wes Nelson and Megan Barton-Hanson

Nuclear systems design engineer Wes fell for glamour model Megan, despite being coupled up with Laura, and hopes to move in with her in Southend when they leave the villa. However, the couple look unlikely to win with odds of around 20/1.

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