Camilla and Jamie have emerged as the front runners as Monday’s (24 July) final fast approaches, with bookmakers William Hill now marking them at 13/8 to win.
Following the controversial lie detector task, which seemingly revealed Gabby is not in love with Marcel, the pair’s odds have dropped from to 5/2 from 9/4.
William Hill spokesperson, Joe Crilly, said: “Camilla and Jamie have stormed into a commanding position over the last few days and their lead looks increasingly likely to be unassailable.”
However, both the Islanders and viewers could be in for a surprise during the final, as it has been reported this year’s live episode will feature a different twist from previous series.
‘Love Island’ airs nightly at 9pm on ITV2.