Here's a look at the latest odds on Love Island 2019 with the final date now confirmed.
The Love Island 2019 end date was announced this week, with the current series concluding on Monday, July 29.
And with less than two weeks to go until the final, last night's episode has seen a shake up in the odds.
Odds on Michael Griffiths and Amber Gill winning Love Island have been dramatically cut from 50/1 as far as 6/1 since Wednesday night’s show.
The stars have been aligning for the former lovers and they’ve accrued a massive 68% of bets on the market in the last 12 hours.
Michael was coupled up with Joanna Chimonides, but after her shock departure earlier this week and his failure to follow her lead, the firefighter has been wrestling his unpredictable feelings.
The arrival of Irish charmer Greg seemed to spark jealousy in Michael, as Amber warmed to the rugby player during their date on last night’s show.
Viewers were left hanging as Michael ‘pulled Amber for a chat’ at the end of last night’s episode and punters are jumping to the conclusion that the pair’s romance will be rekindled.
Still well and truly in their honeymoon period, Curtis and Maura have odds of 7/1 with Tommy and Molly-Mae remaining the current favourite couple to win.
Oddschecker spokesperson Callum Wilson: "Michael's 'chaldish' behaviour has been under severe scrutiny since his U-turn at Casa Amor, and it appears that his feelings for Amber have now come full circle.
"Should the tattooed turncoat return to his former squeeze, they could be the candidates to break the Tommy and Molly cabal."
Latest Love Island odds
Tommy and Molly - 1/2
Amber and Michael - 6/1
Curtis and Maura - 7/1
Anton and Belle - 12/1
Michael and Amber - 16/1
Ovie and Amber - 20/1
Jordan and Anna - 66/1