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Love Island Ovie and India will break a record if they are crowned 2019 winners; Could Ovie Soko and India Reynolds manage to beat Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague to win the Love Island crown?

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TheLove Islandfinal is only days away and, for once, there is no clear front runner.

But if Ovie Soko and India Reynolds are crowned this year's champions, it will be the first time that a winning couple won't feature an original Islander.

In all of the series apart from the first, the winning couple has consisted of two original Islanders.

None of the remaining couples consist of two original Islanders who are paired up.

The closest are Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague, the latter entering on day four as a bombshell.

Amber Gill, Anton Danyluk and Curtis Pritchard are the only other original Islanders left and are paird with bombshells Greg O'Shea, Belle Hassan and Maura Higgins, respectively.

Final dumped Love Island couple have already been kicked out and are hiding in safehouse

Ovie Soko, who is the last Casa Amor Islander still standing, and bombshell India Reynolds are the only couple who don't feature an original Islander.

And, considering Ovie's popularity, the pair have a decent chance of winning the ITV2 show.

Originals Anna Vakili, Michael Griffiths, Yewande Biala, Joe Garratt, Lucie Donlan and Callum MacLeod have all been dumped from the villa.

Sherif Lanre was kicked out of the villa on day nine by bosses for breaking the rules, which we now included him accidentally kicking Molly-Mae in the groin and joking he'd made a "c*** punt".

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Meanwhile Amy Hart left on day 37 after she was brutally pied by Curtis, who is now paired with Maura.

Back in 2015, series one's winning couple still featured one original Islander, Jess Hayes, who was paired with bombshell Max Morley.

However original Islanders Hannah Elizabeth and Jon Clark had been expected to win.

In 2016, Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey won, and are the only winning couple still together.

The pair welcomed a baby boy together in 2017 and have since tied the knot after a brief split.

Kem Cetinay and Amber Davies stormed to victory in 2017 but split after just six months together.

And finally, last yearJack FinchamandDani Dyerwere hailed the champions, but have since broken up.

*Love Island airs tonight at 9pm on ITV2

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Ovie Soko and India Reynolds will break a record if they are crowned Love Island champions

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Could Ovie and India triumph this year?

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Cara and Nathan are the only winning Love Island couple who are still together

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2017 winners Kem and Amber broke up after just six months

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Last year's winners Jack and Dani left fans brokenhearted after splitting

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Publication:Daily Mirror (London, England)
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Date:Jul 27, 2019
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