Love Island 2019 airs its finale on Monday evening, but a shock dumping will see one couple leave before this happens.
Ovie Soko is one of the favourites to win the show, with viewers hoping he and partner India Reynolds will take the crown and the £50,000 prize money.
But dumpings aside, it's unlikely Ovie or India will go on to win the ITV2 dating series despite this being tipped to be the case.
If old patterns come into play, Ovie and India will not only miss out as champions, but could also leave the show in the next dumping.
Viewers of the show may be aware that every series so far has seen an original islander win.
For three of the past four series, both the winning female and male islanders have been on the show from the start.
Nathan Massey and Cara de la Hoyde, Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham and Amber Davies and Kem Cetinay all won the show while having been in the villa from the very start.
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The first series was slightly different in that original islander Jessica Hayes won with a bombshell, Max Morley.
Of course, the latest series could be the first time ever two bombshells have been announced as the winners, despite Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury being in the running.
But if the pattern is to continue, it's more likely the latter couple will win the show, with Ovie and India missing out.
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