Bookies claim the race to be Love Island winner is wide open after Casa Amor, with Faye and Teddy 'closing the gap' on long term favourites Liberty and Jake.

Liberty and Jake have been the hot tip to win since the start of the series, after coupling up on day one.

They have remained at the front of the pack with bookmakers for five weeks now.

And, while Millie and Liam were hot their tails at one point, as their popularity gained momentum, that has all changed now following Liam's cheating in Casa Amor.

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According to Betfair, their odds of winning Love Island have drifted to 4/1 as he desperately tries to get back in her good books.

They have now been replaced in second place in the betting by Faye and Teddy, who are now at 7/4 to triumph in a few weeks' time, behind Liberty and Jake on 5/6.

They too were at the centre of some Casa Amor drama after Faye saw a picture of Teddy kissing one of the new girls on a postcard sent to the main villa.

Angry and upset, she then got to know new boy Sam better, before making the decision to ditch Teddy and recouple with him.

However, Faye and Teddy have now grown close again, leading to bookies to change their odds.

At the time of writing Betfair's odds on Love Island winner were:

Liberty Poole & Jake Cornish 5/6

Faye Winter & Teddy Soares 7/4

Millie Court & Liam Reardon 4/1

Kaz Kamwi & Matthew McNabb 14/1

Amy Day & Hugo Hammond 20/1

Chloe Burrows & Dale Mehmet 33/1

Clarisse Juliette & Tyler Cruickshank 33/1

Mary Bedford & Toby Aromolaran 50/1

Like Betfair, also rate Faye and Teddy's chances of winning, saying they jumped from 14% to 34% following their post-Casa Amor kiss on Sunday night's Love Island.

And, while Millie and Liam's chances of winning together have dwindled, her chances of being top female have increased since Sunday’s explosive episode.

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