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Love Island 2018 odds – who will win the series? Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham are bookies favourites


Series four has kicked off and we have all the latest odds on who the current favourites are on the show

GET ready to say goodbye to your summer as Love Island has returned with nudity, tears and break-ups - and that was just during the launch show!

But who are the bookies' favourites so far? Here are the latest odds...

 Love Island is back for a fourth year with a new batch of hopefuls


Love Island is back for a fourth year with a new batch of hopefuls

Here are the latest odds as supplied by Coral:

The girls

  • Dani Dyer, 21, Barmaid from London 2/1
  • Kendall Rae-Knight, 26, Retail Manager from Blackpool 5/2
  • Hayley Hughes, 21, Model from London 4/1
  • Laura Anderson, 29, Cabin Crew member from Scotland 5/1
  • Samira Mighty, 22, West End performer from London 7/1
 Dani Dyer is the favourite girl


Dani Dyer is the favourite girl

The boys

  • Jack Fincham, 26, Stationary Sales Manager from Kent 5/2
  • Dr Alex George, 27, A&E Doctor from West Wales 8/1
  • Eyal Booker, 22, Model from London 4/1
  • Wes Nelson, 20, Electrical and Nuclear Systems Design Engineer from Staffordshire 6/1
  • Niall Aslam, 23, Construction Worker from Coventry 5/1
  • Adam Collard, 22, Personal Trainer from Newcastle 4/1
 Alex George was an early front runner


Alex George was an early front runner

The aim of the game is for contestants to couple up with someone that takes their fancy.

Then, after around eight weeks, the show reaches it's final and the viewers vote for their favourite pair.

The couple with the most votes scoops the top prize of £50,000.

They can decide whether to split this, or keep it all for themselves.

The bookies DID predict the right winner with odds of 4/6.

Kem Cetinay and Amber Davies scooped the top prize and were crowned Love Island winners.

The couple were flabbergasted when host Caroline Flack announced they were the winners, before the loved-up pair decided to split the 50k prize money between them.

But it wasn't meant to be and they had split by Christmas 2017.

The full 2018 Love Island line-up has been revealed and we're absolutely loving it

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