It’s been perhaps the most dramatic week in the Love Island villa so far, with Casa Amor certainly changing the dynamic amongst a number of the couples. Here is our latest look at the betting picture after another controversial seven days on the island of love.

All change in winning couple betting

The week of Casa Amor is always one of the biggest moments in any series of Love Island and this year’s has been no different with a number of major break-ups and recouplings taking place. For the boys, in particular, the temptation of a fresh set of girls proved too much.

However, for Finn that wasn’t the case and he remained faithful to Paige who followed suit. With their relationship now seemingly confirmed as being unbreakable, the pair are the 11/8 favourites to be voted the winning couple.

They are closely followed in the betting by Luke T and Siannise, who were another duo to stay loyal despite the plethora of new options in the villa and Casa Amor. They look to be another very strong partnership and it’s no surprise to see them chalked up as the 9/4 second favourites.

Perhaps the most dramatic recoupling came when Callum, with Shaughna since the start, decided to recouple with new girl Molly. Though viewers were perhaps unsurprised by the move, the girls in the villa were clearly hugely surprised by his decision and it will be interesting to see how he is treated over the next few days. Callum and Molly are 8/1 to win the show, while Callum and former flame Shaughna are out to 28/1 after Thursday’s events.

Finn and Paige lead top male and female markets

Unsurprisingly, Finn (11/8) and Paige (11/8) both head the betting in the respective male and female betting and given how much they seemed to miss each other over the past few days, they look set to be in the villa for the long haul.

They are the rightful favourites and if their relationship continues to develop they should go very close, but it is interesting to note that despite her current predicament, Shaughna is still available at 5/1 and that could be worth a bet.

The 25-year-old Londoner is clearly one of the most, if not the most, popular contestant on the show and with her new single status, it will be fascinating to see how she plays it. She has claimed Callum was the only one for her, but with plenty of time left to go she’ll surely want to give it a good go by ‘getting to know’ some of the other boys. Watch this space…

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