Who will win Love Island 2019? Latest odds and predictions on who will be crowned this year's winner

LOVE Island isn't just about finding love – there's a £50,000 prize at stake too – and punters have been putting their bets on who will be crowned this year's champion.

Predictions on who will win the fifth series are rife and the bookies have been naming their favourites to take home the lump sum of money. Here's all the odds for the couple so far…

Which girl will win Love Island 2019?

Amy Hart, a 26-year-old air hostess, is still the favourite to win the series and tops Coral's leader board again with odds of 6-5.

Following behind is Lucie Donlan, who once held the top spot, at 5-2.

Further down the line, Amber Gill surprisingly comes in at third, with her odds standing at 4-1 and Molly-Mae Hague is not far behind with 8-1 odds.

Yewande Biala's s chances of being crowned the winner have improved, as her odds have gone from 12-1 to 10-1.

Unfortunately, Anna Vakili, who stands a 14-1, is at the bottom of the pack following the shock exit of her partner Sherif Lanre.

However, new girls Elma Pazar and Maura Higgins are yet to make it on the list, despite catching the eyes of several boys in the villa.

Which boy will win Love Island 2019?

Curtis Pritchard is most likely to win the series with odds of 6-5, while Joe Garratt comes in at 5-2.

Michael Griffiths is still clinging on to third place with odds of 4-1, but Tommy Fury, who previously shared the spot with him, has seen his odds drop from 6-1 to 7-1/

Newbie Danny Williams is second from last at 10-1, which is promising considering he has only been in the villa for a couple of days.

Meanwhile, Anton Danyluk is at the bottom of the list with his odds at 12-1.

Which couple will win Love Island 2019?

Amy and Curtis are being tipped to win the competition and take home the £50,000 prize with odds of 7-5.

Lucie and Joe fall close behind at 4-1, while potential lovebirds Amber and Michael are at 6-1.

Next on the list is Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague, and Tommy and Lucie with odds of 20-1.

If Danny were to couple with Molly-Mae or Yewande his chances of winning would stand the same at 22-1.

However, if for some reason he was partner with Anna his odds of winning would rest at 50-1.

Anna and Sherif with odds of 20-1, and then in sixth position is Tommy and Molly-Mae at 20-1.

Nearing the bottom of the list is Amber and Anton at 40-1, which is understandable given they are currently in a friendship couple.

Love Island odds – compiled by Coral

TOP MAN 

Curtis Pritchard 6-5

Joe Garratt  5-2

Michael Griffiths 4-1

Tommy Fury 7-1

Danny Williams 10-1

Anton Danyluk  12-1

TOP WOMAN 

Amy Hart 6-5

Lucie Donlan 5-2

Amber Rose Gill 4-1

Molly-Mae Hague 8-1

Yewande Biala 10-1

Anna Vakili 14-1

TOP COUPLE 

Curtis Pritchard and Amy Hart 7-5

Joe Garratt and Lucie Donlan  4-1

Michael Griffiths and Amber Gill 6-1

Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague 20-1

Danny Williams and Molly-Mae Hague 22-1

Danny Williams and Yewande Biala 22-1

Anton Danyluk and Amber Gill 40-1

When can I watch Love Island on ITV2?

Summer has definitely arrived as Love Island has FINALLY landed on our TV screens!

Series five kicked off on Monday, June 3, 2019 at 9pm with a bumper launch show and the first coupling.

You’ll be able to get your fix of the show every weekday night and on Sundays on ITV2 where the main show will give us the lowdown on all the goings-on in the villa – from couples cracking on to singletons getting mugged off.

Saturday night's show differs from the rest of the week, as it is a round-up of all the best bits from the villa that week – and maybe some unseen footage!

If that’s not enough, you can also watch Caroline Flack's spin off show Love Island: Aftersun on Sunday nights at 10pm after the main show has aired, where she discusses the latest action with celebrity guest as well as those eliminated from the villa.

Like 2018, the show is likely to last eight weeks meaning the grand final could be around July 29, 2019.

Who will be this year’s winning couple? Stay tuned!

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