Love Island final: Amber Gill goes head-to-head with Molly-Mae Hague for the crown

The long, hot summer of Love Island 2019 is nearly over as tonight the four remaining couples battle it out for first place and to be crowned this year’s winners, hoping to scoop an impressive £50,000 cash prize. 

Viewers have tuned in every night for the last two months to see 40 hot singletons enter the villa, all hoping to find love. 

For Amber Gill and Greg O’Shea, Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury, Maura Higgins and Curtis Pritchard and finally Ovie Soko and India Reynolds, the tears, tantrums, arguments and laughs have all been worth it as the final of the popular dating show is in touching distance. 

But, who will win? According to the latest odds, bookmakers Betway are suggesting Amber and Greg are going to emerge victorious. 

The only original cast member left in the show, Amber found romance with Irish rugby player Greg and their chances of winning are sitting at 6/5. 

In a potential second place is Ovie and India after the six-foot-seven basketball player won the hearts of the nation with his personality and looks.

As for third place, former bookmakers’ favourites Molly-Mae and Tommy’s odds have dropped considerably, with just 17/20, it seems they will not return home wearing the crowns

Betway spokesman Alan Alger has said: “Amber and Greg are today making waves in our Love Island winning couple market and are currently as short as 6/5 to take the spoils in tonight’s final, despite ending yesterday at 4/1 in the running.

“It seemed like Tommy and Molly-Mae had this series sewn up but, despite still being odds-on, the betting suggests Amber and Greg are now in with a chance and we could see their odds shorten even further as the day goes on.

“It’s certainly looking like a two-couple race for the £50,000, with Ovie and India seemingly out of the running at 6/1 ahead of overwhelming outsiders Curtis and Maura who can be backed at 40/1.”

Who do you want to win the series?

Keep an eye out on this article for live updates as the 2019 winner of Love Island is announced. 

Love Island 2019 returns to ITV2 for the grand finale at 9pm.

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