Love Island Betting

Love Island 2021 – TBC on ITV2

The next season is to be confirmed but we expect another Winter edition of the show in January 2021.

Everyone’s itching for it to come back in our lives so let’s hope for a return soon. Social distancing is just not possible at Love Island but that doesn’t stop the application process!

Only problem might be the lack of gym time in lockdown lol. Let’s hope they had their home routines on point.

Love Island Betting Odds

Winning Couple Odds

Odds displayed when the show begins


Love Island 2021 Contestants

Girls – TBC

Boys – TBC

How to bet on Love Island

If you are thinking about taking part in some Love Island betting, then you are going to need to know more about the Love Island betting odds. At TV Betting, we help you follow the odds which can change throughout the series depending on who remains in the show and which new couples are going strong.

It can be beneficial to place your bet at the very beginning for the best odds, but this is also risky as anything can happen in this show.

Love Island Betting Markets

  • Top Female
  • Top Male
  • Winning Couple
  • Who gets Dumped

One of the most popular ways to bet on Love Island is on the outright winner. When it comes to choosing your winner, you can look at the past winners and how they were received by the public. This might help you to analyse the Love Island betting odds and place your bet.

Of course, if you are unlucky and your favourite couple gets eliminated before the final, you can always place another bet on who you think might take home the £50,000 cash prize!

Other bets on Love Island could be on which contestant will be dumped from the island each week or on who a new arrival will couple up with. You might even want to bet on contestants going on dates with each other or those who might break up during the show. If you take a look around our site, you should see all of the individual bets and the Love Island betting odds that are on offer.

Overview of the Show

BAFTA award-winning Love Island is quickly becoming one of the most popular TV shows in the UK. This show is broadcasted on ITV2 and has been running each year since June 2015.

Love Island involves single men and women living in a villa for 8 weeks hoping to find love. The winner of the show is the couple that manages to make it to the final without being dumped from the island. Read our Love Island betting guide to find out how you can cash in on this show.

Past Winners

In 2015, Jessica Hayes and Max Morley took home the crown followed by Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey in 2016. 2017s winners proved very popular with the viewers as Amber Davies and Kem Cetinay won the £50,000 prize.

Love Island in 2018 saw Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham win the cash – a couple who stole the hearts of the viewers from the first episode.

2019 saw Molly-Mae and Tommy Fury steal the hearts of the nation but were a surprise runner up in this series. Instead it was the fiery Amber Gill and Greg o’Shea who coupled up with only a few weeks and managed to win. It was basically an Amber win as she proved very popular.

Jan 2020 came the very first edition of Love Island Winter. Set in South Africa the same format was brought to our screens to keep this reality show in our lives. Winners of Winter Love Island 2020 were Paige and Finley. They were solid throughout and committed to each from the second week.

Love Island – The Basics

Love Island begins with around 8 contestants (four girls and four boys) who couple up based on their first impression of each other. The presenter introduces them and gets the fun underway as they recouple, and contestants are dumped from the island.

Love Island season 5 aired June 3rd 2019 with the final airing in July 2019. Winter Love Island launched in Jan 2020 and ran for a shorter 6 weeks compared to the usual 8.

Love island 2020 is officially postponed due to Covid-19, who could have ever predicted this would happen. So we are now waiting a date in 2021 but we expect this to be a Winter Edition in Jan 2021. Don’t hold us to that though 😉