This blog covers the hugely popular dating show Love Island where couples hook up and ditch each other in the quest for the £50K prize money. Bookmakers will be offering Love Island betting as they are never slow in offering odds when a TV series is so popular.
|Love Island Male Contestants||Love Island Pre Show Odds (10th January)||Percentage Chance|
|Love Island Female Contestants||Love Island Pre Show Odds (10th January)||Percentage Chance|
|Anna -May Robey||5/2||28%|
|Shaq Muhammad||24||London||Security Officer|
|Ron Hall||25||Essex||Financial Advisor|
|Haris Namani||21||Doncaster||TV Salesman|
|Lana Jenkins||25||Luton||Make Up Artist|
|Anna -May Robey||20||Swansea||Payroll Assistant|
|Tanyel Revan||26||London||Hair Stylist|
The public will be given a vote as to which bombshell will enter the villa - its a choice between Tom from Barnsley and Ellie from Norwich.
The betting odds for Love Island will always fluctuate.
Here is a round-up of all the Love Island breaking stories from our OLBG News feed
The final of Winter Love Island is here and bookmakers have a final odds update for the show with Sanam Harrinanan & Kai Fagan heavy favourites to win. The latest betting odds say there's a 77% chance of the couple winning the show with bookies shortening them further into winning the show in the past week. Paddy Power make them 2/7 at the top of the betting market to win with Samie Elishi & Tom Clare the second favourites in the betting at 7/2.
With the Winter Love Island final just around the corner, we have new favourites at the top of the betting market with Sanam Harrinanan & Kai Fagan now 7/4 with uk betting sites to win the show. Kai and Sanam's relationship has grown stronger and stronger in recent weeks and their reluctance to get involved with the drama in the villa has really helped their chances of winning. Paddy Power has slashed their odds in the past few days with the couple being 4/1 to win at the start of the week compared to their low odds now with just 4 days to go until the final.
Jessie Wynter & Will Young have had their odds drift slowly over the last fortnight and now see themselves at 6/4 with bookies to win this year's Winter Love Island. Those odds now put them alongside Samie Elishi & Tom Clare as joint-favourites with the betting market changing drastically in the past week. BetVictor give both couples a 40% chance of winning the show this season with bookmakers struggling to pick a favourite in the market.
Another week of Winter Love Island is coming to an end and bookies have changed the odds drastically once again for the winning couple. Samie Elishi & Tom Clare are now the 7/4 second favourites to win the show after being backed in from the 9/2 they were at the start of the week. Paddy Power have slashed their odds after Jessie Wynter & Will Young's relationship continued to strain through the past few days.
Sunday night's episode of Winter Love Island saw Lana Jenkins & Ron Hall become boyfriend and girlfriend signalling a move in the betting market. Bookies now make the pair as short as 5/2 to win the show following Sunday night's episode as their relationship grows even stronger. 10bet have them as the second favourites to win Love Island with a 28% chance of being crowned as the winning couple according to those odds.
Jessie Wynter & Will Young remain the bookies favourites to win this year's Winter Love Island despite the infamous movie night potentially throwing their relationship into turmoil. Will's constant apologies for his behaviour at Casa Amor have fallen on deaf ears with Jessie seemingly still struggling to trust Will but the latest betting odds suggest that they'll get over their troubles. Jessie & Will are still 4/6 favourites to win the show with William Hill giving them a 60% implied probability of doing so according to those latest odds. Two new bombshells were teased to be entering the villa on Friday night's show at the end of Thursday's episode with Rosie Seabrook and Keanan Brand looking to cause some post-movie night chaos.
Lana Jenkins & Ron Hall have been backed into second favourites with bookies to win this year's Winter Love Island as the girls head into Casa Amor this week. Lana and Ron got back together earlier this week after Lana kissed Ron despite choosing Casey in last week's recoupling. William Hill still keep Jessie Wynter & Will Young as the outright favourites to win the show with their odds getting shorter day-by-day.
Jessie Wynter & Will Young are now odds-on at 8/15 with bookies to win this year's Winter Love Island following another strong week in South Africa for the couple. Jessie's and Will's night in the hideaway early this week seemed to cement their place as the most popular couple on the show this year with Will saying he was 'in love' with Jessie to other islanders. William Hill now say there's a 65% chance that they win the famous reality dating show this year ahead of the final in March, with another month in the villa expected for the couples.
Jessie Wynter & Will Young remain evens with bookies to win this year's Winter Love Island as we head into Week Four of this year's series of the hit Reality show. Jessie's date with latest new bombshell Casey O'Gorman on Thursday evening ended with her telling him that she is fully committed to Will which saw the couple's odds shorten further to win. Lana Jenkins & Casey O'Gorman are the only other movers in the market since the end of last week after Lana picked Casey in Sunday night's recoupling with William Hill moving them into 5/1 to win the show.
Jessie Wynter & Will Young have been backed into evens with bookies to win this year's Winter Love Island as their relationship continues to blossom on the show. Jessie seemed to instantly friendzone new bombshell Casey O'Gorman on Thursday evening telling him that she was only interested in Will romantically. This instantly saw viewers warm more to Jessie and Will as a couple and William Hill ultimately shortened their odds of winning to evens to win the show.
Lana Jenkins has stayed as the betting favourite with bookies at 7/4 to be the Top Female in this year's series of Winter Love Island. William Hill kept Jenkins as the favourite with her odds shortening from 2/1 to 7/4 from the start of the week.
Jessie Wynter, former Love Island Australia contestant, has been backed into 11/4 from 7/1 after coupling up with Will Young.
This year's Winter Love Island continued on Thursday night and we're already nearly at the end of Week Two of the show with bookies changing their odds as the show goes on. Jessie Wynter & Will Young are the new favourites at 9/4 to be the winning couple of this year's show with the pair hitting it off since Wynter's arrival. Paddy Power has moved Wynter and Young into the favourites to win the show with Lana Jenkins & Ron Hall drifting in the betting market.
This year's Winter Love Island series heads into Week Two and Ron and Lana remain favourites with bookies to win the show. William Hill make Ron and Lana 3/1 to win the show after being backed in from the 9/2 that they were to win at the end of the last week.
This year's Winter Love Island series is well underway after Monday's start date and it's Ron and Lana who are the early bookie's favourites to win the show. The couple have hit it off straight away with fans of the show already describing them as 'acting like a married couple' after just four days. William Hill make Ron and Lana 9/2 to win the show but it is of course early days and anything can happen with the couple.
This year's Winter Love Island gets underway tonight and bookies are giving odds on who will be the winner at the end of the season. At odds of 3/1, there's a 25% chance of Will Young winning the show with 24-year-old Manchester lad Kai Fagan as the 10/3 second favourite. There are five males that will be going into the series at the start as well as five females but as always we should see a whole host of contestants enter the series this year.
This year's Winter Love Island is set to get underway next week and bookies are giving odds on who will be the winner at the end of the season. Lana Jenkins, a 25-year-old make-up artist from Luton, is 2/1 at the top of the betting market to be the Top Female in this year's series. William Hill has a full market up for Top Female with 20-year-old payroll administrator Anna-May Robey from Swansea the 3/1 second favourite in the betting.
2nd August 2022 -The Love Island Final
Ahead of the series, some but not all of the Best Betting Sites offer Love Island betting.
You will have a short window of opportunity to place a bet before the series kicks into full gear.
We will add the Love Island betting odds as soon as they are available in this section of the blog.
Making a bet on who will be the winning Love Island is as easy as picking a contender from the list of candidates.
Alongside who will win Love Island the bookmakers will create online odds on a range of propositions.
You can place bets on any of these betting propositions.
What is a proposition bet?
This is a bet on something happening within the life of an event as opposed to betting on the outright market.
Prop bets as they are known are created to make an in-play event even more exciting when you are waiting for the outright result.
|Love Island Proposition Bet Examples|
|Both Members Of The Winning Couple To Enter On The Opening Night|
|Neither Members Of The Winning Couple To Enter On The Opening Night|
|Any Islander From A Previous Series To Win The Show|
|Either Member Of The Winning Couple Steal The Prize Money|
|Series||Year||Love Island Winners|
|Series 8||2022||Ekin-Su Culculoglu & Davide Sanclimenti|
|Series 7||2021||Millie Court & Liam Reardon|
|Series 6||2020||Finn Tapp & Paige Turley|
|Series 5||2019||Amber Gill & Greg O'Shea|
|Series 4||2018||Dani Dyer & Jack Fincham|
|Series 3||2017||Amber Davis & Kem Cetinay|
|Series 2||2016||Cara De La Hoyde & Nathan Massey|
|Series 1||2015||Jess Hayes & Max Morley|
You can bet on which Love Islanders will float each other's boat and form a long-term bond.
Could a previous Love Islander return and flirt with a current Love Islander?
Over the eight series, Love Island has received plenty of viewers' complaints, especially in relation to how contestants have treated each other. In the midst of cancel culture could the show be in jeopardy?
If a Love islander is seen as too pushy or boring then their odds will increase, if a couple is seen as a match made in heaven their odds will decrease.
N.B For Winter Love Island 2023 there will be no social media posts/tweets from the contestants or their families.
This is part of ITV's duty of care measures after complaints during the last series.
However, fans can still follow the Instagram/Twitter accounts of the islanders.
|Love Islander||Instagram Pre Episode 1|
|Anna May - Robey||14K|
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