What time does the Love Island final start?

1 August 2022, 12:47 | Updated: 1 August 2022, 17:40

Laura Whitmore on Love Island Aftersun
Love Island series 8 is nearing its end. Picture: Jonathan Hordle/Shutterstock

By Jenny Mensah

As Love Island Series 8 comes to a close, we answer everything we know about the final so far, including its date and start time and how to watch.

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Love Island series 8 is almost drawing to a close, with just a couple of weeks left to find out who will take home the £50k prize.

Find out everything we know about the Love Island final and who are favourites to win so far.

When is the Love Island final?

The Love Island season 8 final takes place on Monday 1st August from 9pm?

How to watch the Love Island final:

The Love Island finale will be available to watch on Monday 1st August from 9pm on ITV2, the ITV Hub and BritBox the following day.

How many couples are in the Love Island final?

Usually four couples make it into the Love Island final and are able to look back on their experience in the villa, get dressed up in formal attire and give speeches.

Who is in the Love Island final?

Gemma and Luca, Davide and Ekin-Su, Dami and Indiya and Andrew and Tasha are in the Love Island final.

Who will win Love Island 2022?

  • According to BetVictor, Ekin-Su Culculoglu and Davide Sanclimenti are the new favourites to win at 4/9.

Odds for Love Island’s winner 2022:

  • Davide Sanclimenti & Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu – 1/6
  • Luca Bish & Gemma Owen – 8/1
  • Andrew Le Page & Tasha Ghouri – 8/1
  • Dami Hope & Indiyah Polack – 16/1

BetVictor’s spokesperson Sam Boswell said: “After eight weeks, the Love Island final is tonight, and whilst we have seen many twists in the market and changes to who’s backed to win Davide and Ekin-Su dominate as favourites, coming in at 1/6. They have stolen the nations hearts as we have been on a journey with them watching their rollercoaster relationship flourish.”“Andrew and Tasha faced being in the bottom three several times, but they overcame this and turned it around as they’re now joint second favourites to win, at 8/1. Luca and Gemma come in as joint second favourites, at 8/1. Dami and Indiyah remain at 16/1.”

These odds are correct at the time of writing, to view the latest odds, please visit: https://www.betvictor.com/en-gb/sports/22889/meetings/370703210/all.

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