Love Island: Favourites to win revealed as Tommy Fury and Amber Gill – even before the show launches

Bookies have already revealed who is favourite to win ITV match-making show Love Island, before the programme has even aired.

A whole host of sexy islanders are set to hit the villa in scenes which will air on Monday, and the nation are already getting excited with every detail that is being released about the contestants.

Now, the bookies have revealed the best odds on the new islanders – with Tommy Fury and Amber Gill favourites to win the whole show already.

OddsMonkey spokesman Peter Watton commented: “It is always hard to predict at this stage, although looking back to last year and the Bookmakers were firmly behind Dani Dyer and she went on to take victory.

“This time around it is Tommy Fury and Amber Gill who are firm favourites, both at 5/2 – and it must be noted the Bookmakers have quite a spread on the contestants considering we haven’t seen them yet.”

For the men, Curtis Pritchard is the next favourite to win at 5/1, while Michael Griffiths comes in third at 6/1. Meanwhile, Amy Hart comes second for the ladies at 3/1, while Anna Vakilli is third at 9/2.

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Tommy is the younger sibling of boxing legend Tyson Fury, who recently gave some bizarre advice to his sibling ahead of his stint in Majorca.

Speaking ahead of the launch, Tommy revealed that his famous sibling has encouraged him to enjoy the experience to the full.

Tommy told The Sun: “My brother went, ‘Go on, lad!’ It is what it is, at the end of the day. We’re here to have a good time and find a love partner. I would like to find that myself.

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“If I’m there in bed and we both have a good connection and feel that it’s the right time… We can’t put a time frame on things, it has to feel right.

“I’d be open to it, but I’d keep it under the covers.”

Despite being known as a hard man when it comes to his boxing profession, he also revealed that he is hoping the public get to see his softer side.

He continued: “I want to show everybody I’m not this big, hard, tough fighter or whatever. I’m a cuddly bear, I have emotions just like everyone else. I cried the other day at Marley & Me. And when I say cry, I mean puddles of tears.”

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