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The Love Island 2019 finalists have been confirmed – who do you want to win?

It was Anton Danyluk & Belle Hassan who left on Love Island 2019 tonight just a day before the final.

Their exit leaves Tommy Fury & Molly-Mae Hague, Ovie Soko & India Reynolds, Greg O’Shea & Amber Gill and Curtis Pritchard & Maura Higgins in the villa and fighting in the final.

The winning couple will play for £50,000 in the final live on Monday – but who do you want to win?

Vote in our Love Island FINAL poll below…

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Tonight’s penultimate episode of the series saw the finalists confirmed after the public booted one couple off the island.

On Friday, one last twist shocked the Islanders.

A text read: “Islanders, tonight each couple will secretly vote for one couple that they think should be dumped from the island. You must now discuss in your couples who you are going to choose and why, before submitting your decision via text.

“You must not discuss your decision with anyone else. The couples with the most votes face being dumped from the island #thefinalcountdown”

The three couples that ended up nominated were Ovie & India, Anton & Belle and Curtis & Maura.

They faced a public vote with the results revealed in tonight’s episode.

As the Islanders celebrated the euphoria of meeting their friends and families throughout the day, Caroline Flack returned to the villa.

She invited the shocked Islanders to gather by the firepit.

Caroline then announced: “Islanders you have all secretly voted for which couple you think should be dumped from the island. Your votes have put three couples at risk. Ovie & India, Anton & Belle and Curtis & Maura, you are all at risk of being dumped tonight. However, only one couple will be going home.”

With the fewest votes, Anton & Belle were sent home.

Love Island 2019 concludes LIVE on Monday night at 9PM with Caroline Flack.

The winners will stand the chance of taking home the £50,000 cash prize.