Love Island's Rosie is the favourite to leave the show next; There's a recoupling taking place and one of the girls will be going.
Byline: Joshua Knapman
One of the Welsh contestants on ITV's hit TV showLove Islandhas been named the favourite to be booted out.
Rosie Williams,from the Rhondda, faces being thrown off the island in tonight's show (Friday, June 22), along with all of the other female islanders.
A recoupling was announced last night after new boy Sam Bird entered the villa, meaning one unlucky girl will be heading home.
And betting chain Paddy Power have made 26-year-old Rosie their favourite to leave in tonight's episode.
Spokesman Paddy Power said: "We make Rosie the most likely girl to leave the villa tonight at the end of a pretty shocking week for her."
Solicitor Rosie is currently coupled up with Adam Collard, but she's been sleeping on the sofa since his head was turned by new girl Zara McDermott.
But it's not the first time Adam has been in this situation - he previously ditched ex-Islander Kendall to recouple with Rosie.
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Next up in the betting is Samira Mighty who will be battling it out for new boy Sam's affection, and more importantly, his pick at the recoupling tonight.
Dani Dyer (daughter of Danny Dyer) is the least likely female to leave with her and Jack Fincham still the most-backed couple to win the show.
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These are Paddy Power's current odds
7/4 - Rosie 9/4 - Samira 3/1 - Zara 10/1 - Megan 11/1 - Georgia 12/1 - Laura 16/1 - Ellie 33/1 - Dani
To see a list of Love Island odds, visit thePaddy Power website.
Love Island continues tonight on ITV at 9pm.
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|Publication:||Wales Online (Cardiff, Wales)|
|Date:||Jun 22, 2018|
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