Here’s which couple is most likely to win Love Island 2022

The latest odds have revealed that there is a couple in the villa who are clearly the favourites and have the highest chance of winning.

The ITV2 reality dating show is entering its fourth week. Meaning, we are already halfway through this year’s series. The show has been a roller-coaster ride so far and things are set to stir up more with Casa Amor predicted to return soon.

It’s the same Pa(i)ge

Amidst this, the Mirror has reported that Paige and Jacques have the highest chance to win the show. According to Ladbrokes, the couple has the odds of 1/1 to win the series this season. The two have been together since week two when Jacques entered the villa as a bombshell. Things got a little haywire for them when Jay entered and planned to couple up with Paige. Alex Apati, of Ladbrokes, said:

Jay looked to have thrown a spanner in the works on Thursday night but it looks as though Jacques and Paige are tighter than ever, with punters growing increasingly convinced they’ll go all the way this year.

This comes after Jacques confessed to Paige in a late-night heart-to-heart conversation that he cares for Paige and has feelings for her. So, if Paige and Jacques continue to stick with each other, they could be the winner of Love Island 2022.

Lemma for the win

Another couple who stands at the second spot to take the title and the prize money home this year is a tie between - Luca and Gemma and Dami and Indiyah. Both the couple are at the odds of 4/1 and except for these three, no other couple is likely to take the top spot. This is how the chances of other couples look like:

Davide and Antigoni – 5%

Tasha and Andrew – 4%

Jay and Paige – 3.8%

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