Love Island 2017: Which couple will be the first to split?

The odds are for Love Island 2017's final couples are for two it could well be over.

Love Island may be finished for the summer but bookies BoyleSports suspects the end is also near for two of the couples who made it to the final.


Chris and Olivia and Marcel and Gabby are joint 9/4 favourites to part ways. Love Island winners, Kem and Amber are next in the betting at 11/4 to announce they have split with Jamie and Camilla the 7/2 outsiders to drift apart.

Jamilla may not have won the prize money but they may have won in love as they are the 9/2 favourites to get engaged before the end of 2018 while Love Island 2017 winners Kem and Amber are next at 13/2.

Love Island 2017 winners
Love Island 2017 winners

The couple tipped to be expecting a little bundle of Love Island joy before the end of next year is Jamie and Camilla at 8/1. Kem and Amber are 10/1 shots with Marcel and Gabby 16/1 and Chris and Olivia priced at 20/1.

Aoife Heffron, Spokeswoman for BoyleSports commented “Chris and Olivia undoubtedly had the rockiest relationship of the Love Island finalists and it is no question that they are 9/4 favourites to split up first. However, another couple who started to show cracks were Marcel and Gabby which sees them join Chris and Olivia as 9/4 front runners to call it quits”

She added “Jamie and Camilla lost out on the prize money to Kem and Amber, but according to the betting they could go the distance at 9/2 to get engaged before the end of 2018 and 8/1 to announce they will be a little Jamilla baby on the way.”

Where next for Love Island's couples

First couple to announce they have split

Chris and Olivia 9/4
Marcel and Gabby 9/4
Kem and Amber 11/4
Jamie and Camilla 7/2

Couple To get Engaged before end of 2018

Jamie and Camilla 9/2
Kem and Amber 13/2
Marcel and Gabby 8/1
Chris and Olivia 10/1


Couple To Announce They Are Expecting before end of 2018

Jamie and Camilla 8/1
Kem and Amber 10/1
Marcel and Gabby 16/1
Chris and Olivia 20/1

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