Bookmaker William Hill has tipped Lochan Nowacki and Whitney Adebayo to win tonight’s Love Island final, despite the fact they've taken more bets on two other couples to win the series.
After two months of drama, dumplings and islanders expressing their love for one another, season ten of the popular dating show comes to an end tonight (July 31).
But although fan favourites Witney and Lochan appear to be front runners to win this year's series, Willam Hill has seen strong interest in both Tyrique Hyde and Ella Thomas and loved-up couple Sammy Root and Jess Harding.
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Despite other bets being placed William Hill are sticking with their guns for Casa Amor couple Lochan and Whitney to win the most votes from the public.
Sharing their thoughts on the final, William Hill spokesperson, Lee Phelps, said: "With Monday’s Love Island final just a matter of hours away, we’ve seen a lot of backing for Tyrique and Ella (11/4) and Sammy and Jess (3/1) from punters to win series 10 of the popular show.
"However, after the results of last night’s vote, we’ve slashed our odds for Lochan and Whitney to win their share of the £50,000 prize, with the Casa Amor couple 1/2 from 10/11 to win the hearts of the public.
Lee also said that Zachariah Noble and Molly Marsh will most likely be playing "catch up" after receiving the fewest votes from the public.
"Whilst the top three is still undecided, it seems as if Zachariah and Molly (12/1) will be playing catch up in Monday’s final, having been the previous favourites when the market first opened back in June."
The revelations come after it was reported that members of staff working on this year's Love Island have hit out at the finalists, accusing them of stealing alcohol and walking around the villa with "bad attitudes".
According to The Sun, the current finalists can sense the end is near and have started to demonstrate "entitled antics".
An insider told the publication: "It’s been a long summer for some of the crew on Love Island and they’ve been moaning about the attitudes of the final eight stars. They have rubbed people up the wrong way.
"One of them was even accused of stealing alcohol and it’s all become a bit silly. It’s like they know the end is in sight so they can do as they please."
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