Love Island 2019 final start time, couples and odds – who will win?

Tonight's Love Island time, contestants and odds

The Love Island 2019 FINAL is tonight – when is it on, who are the final couples and who will win?

Here’s your guide to this evening’s live show!

Love Island 2019 final start time

The Love Island 2019 airs LIVE tonight, Monday July 29 on ITV2.

The show begins at 9PM and will run through until 10:40PM as the winners are announced and play for the £50,000 cash prize.

You’ll be able to watch on TV and online via the ITV Hub, where you can also catch up after the show has aired.

Love Island 2019 finalists

After eight weeks four couples remain in the villa:

Tommy Fury & Molly-Mae Hague
Original Islander Tommy first coupled up with Lucie Donlan before coupling up with Molly-Mae when she entered the villa on Day 4. The pair have been together ever since.

Ovie Soko & India Reynolds
Ovie entered the villa on Day 26 as part of the Casa Amor twist and initially coupled up with Anna. He then coupled up with Amber as friends before coupling up with India when she joined the villa on Day 44.

Greg O’Shea & Amber Gill
Original Islander Amber was first coupled with Callum and then Anton, but with litle romantic attraction. She then coupled up with Michael but he dumped her during the Casa Amor twist. After spending time coupled up with Ovie as friends, Amber coupled up with new guy Greg who joined the villa on Day 44.

Curtis Pritchard & Maura Higgins
Original Islander Curtis was coupled up with Amber for more than a month before dumping her. He then coupled up with Francesca before coupling up with current partner Maura.

Maura coupled up with Tom after first entering the villa on Day 10, later coupling up with Marvin at Casa Amor and then Chris before recoupling with Curtis on Day 46.

Love Island 2019 odds – who will win?

No prizes for guessing, Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague are the clear favourites to win the series, priced as 4/6 odds-on shots by Oddschecker.

They’ve been favourites for almost the entirety of the show, although their chances have drifted more recently.

At one point, the boxer and social media influencer were pitched as 1/4 shots, indicating an 80% chance of winning the show.

Despite still being favourites, their implied chance of winning now has dropped to 60%, following a flurry of bets on Greg and Amber.

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