Love Island 2022 Winner Odds

Keep track of the Love Island winner odds as new faces join the villa and recouplings see contestants get sent home. We've got the latest odds and historical data showing how they've changed after each night in the Love Island villa.

All eyes are on sunny Mallorca as Love Island returns for its eighth season in 2022. Our Love Island Winner odds page offers the latest odds, updated daily as well as a detailed odds history, showing how each participant’s chances of winnings have been rated by the bookies since day one at the Love Island villa.

We also track the following betting markets – take a look to see current odds and trends over time:

Love Island 2021 Winner – Latest Developments on Odds & Favourites:

  • 9th July – Odds lengthened on Hugo after none of the girls select Hugo in the ‘Line of Booty’ challenge. Odds shortened on Jake. Odds shorten on Liberty, who becomes the new bookies’ favourite, overtaking Kaz. Odds are lengthened on Kaz after her partner Toby shares a kiss with Chloe during a challenge.
  • 7th July – Odds lengthen on Faye and Sharon after their row with Hugo. A tearful Hugo is comforted by the boys. Odds shorten on Hugo. Betting opens on new contestants Millie and Lucinda.
  • 6th July – Rachel chooses Brad, sending Chuggs home. Betting is suspended on Chuggs. Bookies shorten odds on Brad.
  • 5th July – Odds are shortened on Liberty and Liam and are lengthened on Kaz and Brad, as the episode ends on a cliffhanger with Rachel about to choose between Chuggs and Brad.
  • 2nd July – Betting opens on new contestants Liam and Chuggs. After a recoupling, Brad and Chuggs are left single and at risk of leaving. Bookies lengthen odds on Brad. Bookies shorten odds on Sharon after she forms a new couple with Aaron.
  • 1st July – After Brad and Faye’s falling out, she starts getting to know Hugo. Bookies lengthen odds on Brad. Betting is suspended on Shannon as she is sent home from the villa. Bookies shorten odds on Jake and Liberty as they get closer.
  • 30th June – No significant changes in odds after day two.
  • 29th June – Day one sees bookies lengthen odds on Shannon, who has coupled up with Aaron despite not stepping forward for him. Brad emerges as the new bookies’ favourite male winner.
  • 28th June – The contestants for the 2021 edition of Love Island are unveiled and the bookies’ favourites have already emerged. Hugo and Shannon are 5/2 and 11/4 to win the competition, respectively, followed by Kaz at 3/1 and Toby at 10/3.

Final odds of female to win Love Island 2021:

Contestant Fractional odds American odds
Millie Court
8/15 -188
Chloe Burrows
13/8 +163
Faye Winter
12/1 +1200
Kaz Kamwi
33/1 +3300

Final odds of male to win Love Island 2021:

Contestant Fractional odds American odds
Liam Reardon
8/15 -188
Toby Aromolaran
13/8 +163
Teddy Soares
12/1 +1200
Tyler Cruickshank
33/1 +3300

Above odds sourced via Bet365 and updated 23/08/2021

About the data

We monitor trends in odds on key markets of interest by tracking a range of UK and international bookmakers. The update frequency varies, but is clearly shown on all our tables and charts. After fetching odds direct from bookies, we convert them to implied probability to make them easier to manage (read more on implied probability and converting from fractional to % probability). We then take the mean average implied probability to get a consensus view across the betting industry. This average implied probability is what we show on our charts and tables.

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Previous Love Island Winners:

Year Male Winner Female Winner
Finn Tapp Paige Turley
Greg O’Shea Amber Gill
Jack Fincham Dani Dyer
Kem Cetinay Amber Davies
Nathan Massey Cara de la Hoyde
Max Morley Jess Hayes

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