ITV2 reality series Love Island will be booting off its first cast member tonight (Friday, June 7). At the start of the week, 10 romantic hopefuls entered with Tommy Fury and Curtis Pritchard both going in later on and shaking up the existing couples. But now one Islander is going to be packing their bags and heading home.

Who will be dumped first on Love Island?

Along with the first dumping this evening, there will also be the first recoupling which will have an impact on who is going to leave.

In the danger zone at the moment is Anton Danyluk and Joe Garratt, who were both without partners.

However, they could be finding themselves with a new partner when the recouping takes place this evening.


According to bookmakers Matched Betting, Anton is at 4/5 while Callum Macleod has odds of 2/1 to be exiting.

Callum has not had much airtime after his partner Amber Gill quickly decided the engineer wasn’t for her with his big moment in the villa coming when he was mistaken for Simon Cowell in the gym area.

Others in the running are Tommy fury at 7/1 and firefighter Michael Griffiths at 10/1.


Next week will see one lady leaving the villa and odds have also been revealed for this with Irish scientist Yewande Biala at 4/5 from Ladbrokes and Coral.

Pharmacist and Londoner Anna Vakili could also be departing next week with 2/1 from Skybet and Betfair.

Surfer Lucie Donlan has been the favourite to win the competition pretty much from the start and the odds reflect this as well.


Bet365 has her down at 2/1 while William Hill have her at 7/4.

Worthing air hostess Amy Hart seems to be getting along with ballroom dancer Curtis Prichard and the bookies think she could have what it takes to be crowned the winner at 6/4 from Betfred and 2/1 from Bet Victor.

Other women in the running are beauty therapist Amber Rose Gill and Instagram influencer Molly Mae Hague.

Love Island 2019 fans will be seeing how Tommy’s hot date with newcomer Molly Mae went after she was revealed to be waiting for him in the hot tub in the Hideaway.

Images from this evening also reveal Curtis getting into the jacuzzi with the blonde bombshell, suggesting Tommy could face some competition.


Curtis could land himself in trouble with his partner Amy if he’s not careful but viewers will have to tune to see how it all pans out.

There could also be further trouble ahead for Lucie and Joe after he appeared to be getting jealous after she was recouped with Tommy and went on a date with him.

Catering manager Joe looked unimpressed and even told Lucie he wasn’t sure whether he could “trust” her.

Joe seemed to be pushing Lucie further away but everything could now change with Tommy’s head turned by Molly Mae.

Love Island 2019 continues on ITV2 tonight at 9pm

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