Bookies have priced up the early favourites in this season’s eagerly anticipated series of Love Island.
With the nation missing out on some top telly last year, Love Island is back on our screens next Monday, with a host of singletons headed for Spain in search of romance.
A number of top bookmakers have released prices on Top Man and Top Woman ahead of the return of the hit ITV show, and oddschecker has taken a look at the markets.
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Love Island Top Man Odds
Taking a look at the quintessential pre-Love Island markets, bookies have earmarked disabled England cricketer Hugo Hammond as the clear favourite for Top Boy.
Born with clubfoot and going on to represent his country in cricket, Hugo is the early 11/4 market leader to emerge from the villa victorious.
Hashtag United footballer Toby Aromolaran is next in the pecking order, priced at 7/2, and will be looking to find a keeper in Mallorca.
VIP host Aaron Francis has looked after everyone from the Royals to Stormzy, and can be found as joint-fourth favourite in the betting at 4/1.
That’s the same price as Northumberland labourer Brad McClelland (4/1), who reportedly split with his girlfriend of eight years before heading to the villa.
Finally, Water Engineer Jake Cornish rounds off the betting ahead of the start of the show, priced as the least likely to win at 5/1.
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Love Island Top Woman Odds
Taking a look at the female half of the villa, it’s a similarly tightly priced market, although there are a number of longer priced hopefuls.
Influencer and model Kaz Kamwi is next up in the bookies list at 4/1, boasting brand deals outside the villa with the likes of Primark and SkinnyDip.
Beauty pageant contestant-turned Department of Transport Operations Lead Sharon Gaffka is next up in the betting at 9/2.
Interestingly, there are six women compared to five men, and that’s reflected in the market. There are two hopefuls priced at 6/1 in Liberty Poole and Faye Winter.
Despite labelling herself as “bubbly, funny and a big character”, rounding off the market is marketing executive Chloe Burrows at 8/1.