Kaz, Tyler, Chloe and Toby are fan favourites (Picture: ITV)
There’s less than a week to go until the Love Island 2021 final, with viewers speculating on Twitter over which couples will finish the competition as the winners.
Following last night’s news that Priya Gopaldas and Brett Staniland had been dumped from the villa, there are now six couples left.
With just days to go until the winners are announced – and one of them is given the option to take home £50k or split it – it’s curious to see the couples that are being favoured by the latest odds.
So what are the latest Love Island odds, who does Twitter think will win the show and what are Metro.co.uk’s predictions?
What are the latest Love Island odds?
The latest odds from Betfair as of Tuesday August 17 put Chloe and Toby at the top of the list as the contestants most likely to win the competition, the first time they’ve been dubbed the most likely winning couple throughout the entire series, the firm said.
Chloe and Toby’s reunion has been a surprising success (Picture: ITV)
The odds from the gambling company for Chloe and Toby are currently 5/6, while Millie and Liam trail behind them with odds of 10/11.
In third place is Faye and Teddy with odds of 9/1, while Liberty and Jake have 20/1 odds of being crowned the winners.
In fifth place is Kaz and Tyler with odds of 25/1, with Mary and Aaron in last place with the unlikely odds of 40/1.
Who does Twitter think will win Love Island?
As with anything that happens in the Love Island villa, opinions are extremely divided among viewers when it comes to who they think should win the show.
Several people expressed their hope for Chloe and Toby to win, with one saying that the couple ‘carried this season on their backs’.
Another person noted that Chloe and Toby ‘went from being two of my least favourites to my two absolute favourites’.
Others expressed their hope that Kaz and Tyler will be named the winners, with one person saying that they are ‘the most genuine couple in there’, having ‘found a real connection’ in the villa.
However, someone else shared their prediction that Jake and Liberty could win, only for Jake to take the entire £50k prize for himself.
Honestly, if someone were to take all of the money for themselves for the very first time in Love Island history, it would make for TV gold.
Who we think will win Love Island?
When predicting who’s most likely to win Love Island, several factors have to be taken into account.
In addition to who has overcome obstacles, who has the best chemistry and who has been together the longest, one of the most important questions is… which couple are the viewers backing the most?
Liberty and Jake have recently experienced a rough patch in their relationship (Picture: ITV)
While Liberty and Jake have been together since day one and officially become girlfriend and boyfriend, previous votes from the public have indicated that they think the relationship is one-sided and not necessarily the most genuine.
Furthermore, Millie and Liam are also now back on track, but their previous bump in the road could go against them in a public vote.
Millie and Liam’s future was very uncertain after Casa Amor (Picture: ITV)
Following their reconciliation after Casa Amor, Kaz and Tyler are definitely looking strong, with the pair always showing each other affection and constantly smiling from ear to ear.
Faye and Teddy also seem to be in a good place after their fallout, although they may be rocked by the news that their fellow islanders voted for them as the least compatible couple.
So shockingly, the couple that we think could have the best chance of winning is Chloe and Tyler.
Faye and Teddy weren’t pleased to learn they were deemed uncompatible (Picture: ITV)
While it was a massive twist when Toby revealed he still had feelings for Chloe – having begun Love Island with Kaz, before switching to Chloe, followed by Abigail Rawlings and then Mary – since Chloe and Toby have resumed their romance, they’ve gone from strength to strength.
What’s more, Chloe has had some truly standout moments as a comedy queen and a good friend, while Toby has matured massively in his relationship and as a confidant to his friends.
If we were going to place our bets now – we reckon Chloe and Toby could clinch the crowns.
So who do you think will win Love Island? Have your say.
Love Island returns tonight at 9pm on ITV2 and is available to watch on ITV Hub.