Love Island 2018 results: Favourite couple to leave tonight revealed

Tonight's Love Island results odds

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Two couples face eviction from Love Island 2018 – and here’s the favourite to leave in tonight’s results.

A surprise new twist in Thursday’s show saw the Islanders nominate one another for eviction.

The previous night had seen the third recoupling of the series. Dani Dyer chose Jack Fincham, Laura Anderson partnered up with Wes Nelson, Hayley Hughes picked Charlie Frederick, Georgia Steel coupled up with Josh Denzel, Megan Barton Hanson partnered with Eyal Booker, Samira Mighty chose Alex George and finally, Rosie Williams coupled up with Adam Collard.

However one of the couples will leave the villa forever this evening, with Alex & Samira and Hayley & Charlie the ones in danger.

Bookies BoyleSports have made newcomer Charlie and original islander Hayley red hot odds-on 1/12 favourites to be the first couple booted from the island.

Dr Alex, who has become a fan favourite throughout his time in the villa and his coupled up partner Samira, look safe at odds of 6/1.

Meanwhile, Jack Fincham and Dani Dyer continue to lead the charge as top boy and top girl with both seeing odds of 10/11 apiece.

As Eyal Booker continues his love rivalry with Alex, his odds continue to drift and are now as big as 20/1 having been 4/1 when he entered the villa last week.

Aoife Heffron, Spokesperson for BoyleSports commented “The first couple will be dumped from the Love Island villa tonight and the odds suggest that Charlie and Hayley have no chance of avoiding elimination at 1/12.”

She added “Dr Alex has had the public rooting for him since day one when all the girls rejected him and especially now he is wrapped in a love triangle with Meghan and Eyal that we are sure everyone wants to see pan out. His relationship with Samira may be purely platonic but at 6/1 it looks as though they will be in the villa to fight for love for another day.”

Love Island 2018 results air on Friday at 9PM on ITV2.

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