Love Island stars Kaz and Toby are already the favourites to win after a week in the villa (Picture: ITV)
Kaz chose to stick with Toby in the latest villa recoupling and if they play their cards right it could take them all the way to the final.
Their decision to recouple came as Chuggs and Liam joined the villa and the girls were asked to pick the boy they wanted to give things a go with.
Chuggs and Brad were left standing after not being picked and were at risk of being dumped, but there was hope for them as new bombshell Rachel arrived.
She is expected to reveal their fates by coupling up with one of them in upcoming scenes.
That drama isn’t something Kaz and Toby – considered one of the strongest couples on the show – need to worry about however, even if there are concerns Kaz may have jeopardised their relationship.
The pair are in first place in the list of couple who could walk away with the Love Island prize money with bookies Ladbrokes giving them 7/2 odds of being champions.
Close behind them are lovebirds Jake and Liberty with odds of 9/2, then newly coupled up Aaron and Sharon at 6/1. Brad and Chloe are fourth at 10/1.
Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said Toby and Kaz are the easy choice due to a seemingly lack of chemistry between the other islanders.
Kaz and Toby are one of the strongest pairings in the villa (Picture: ITV)
‘It’s no surprise Toby and Kaz continue to lead the way in the betting this year, with no other couples really managing to find that spark just yet,’ Alex said.
Tonight’s episode will see Brad and Chuggs get grafting on Rachel, but are they genuinely interested in her or just trying to save their place in the villa?
Chuggs appears to be interested, praising for being ‘feisty’ and ‘confident’, and Rachel might be warming to him too, confessing she wants to get to know him more.
Brad gets grafting on Rachel – but is he interested or does he want to save his place in the villa? (Picture: ITV)
But there is stiff competition from Brad, making things very tricky for the new bombshell.
She says: ‘This has not been easy in the slightest. I think you’re both amazing guys in every single way. I can’t fault either of you for absolutely anything.’
Who will she choose?
Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.