Love Island 2019: Who will leave Love Island tonight?

Love Island 2019 will have another dumping in tonight’s (Thursday, June 27) episode on ITV2. Whichever couples have the least votes from the public are at risk of being booted off at the end of the episode. But who will it be? Here’s what the latest odds are saying.

Who will leave Love Island tonight?

Love Island last night revealed that one couple will be leaving the popular ITV show in a dumping.

The public were asked to vote for their favourite couple in the show via the Love Island app.

The results will be revealed in tonight’s episode as one couple leaves the show.

Caroline Flack will be back in the villa to host the elimination and reveal who will be flying back to the UK.

As the group are gathered around the fire pit, Flack will say which three couples are safe.

The remaining five couples will all be at risk in the dumping and the decision will be down to their fellow Islanders to chose who leaves.


At the end of the episode, two contestants will be sent home from Love Island.

Bookies have been speculating on which of the couples is likely to be sent home in the dumping.

However, the different bookies are split on which couple will be leaving tonight.

Betfair put Danny Williams and Arabella Chi as most likely to leave the Island tonight at 7/4.

Betfair also put Jordan and Anna at risk at 2/1 as well as Tom Walker and Maura Higgins at 4/1.

Coral on the other had put the most likely couples to go as Tom and Maura, putting their odds at 1/2.


John Hill from Coral said: “We think Tom and Maura are under the most pressure to survive tonight as it appears punters do not truly believe Tom is as into Maura as she is him.”

Coral put Danny and Arabella at 6/4 and Anton Danyluk and Lucie Donlan at 3/1 in their latest odds.

On the other hand, Ladbrokes place Anna and Jordan as the most likely pair to leave at 4/5, closely followed by Tom and Maura at 5/4.

Alex Apati from Ladbrokes said: ”Plenty of islanders look to be safe as houses at this point and it looks as though there are only two couples who should be worrying tonight.”


The three safe couples are likely to feature both Amber and Michael as well as Curtis and Amy as both have become fan favourites.

However, given the twist that their fellow couples will be deciding who goes home, the dumping could go any way.

This dumping comes just days after Yewande Biala left the Island when Danny decided to couple up with Arabella Chi.

Tonight’s episode will also see Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hughes go on a date, as well as Maura confront Tom Walker over what he really thinks of her.

Love Island 2019 is on ITV2 at 9pm tonight.


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