LOVE Island’s winners have been “revealed” by a top expert – and it’s all down to their antics in Casa Amor.
The body language pro reckons one couple’s “deep level of connection” will stand them in good stead for scooping the title in the Love Island final on Monday.
Love Island’s winners have been ‘revealed’ a day before the final
They claim the Love Island pair have ‘a deep level of connection’
Darren Stanton, speaking on behalf of Betfair, told Daily Star how model Tanya Manhenga and airport security officer Shaq Muhammad are his top-placed couple for the Love Island 2023 prize fund.
He said: “I am going to stand by the prediction I made several weeks ago that Shaq and Tanya will be crowned the winners.
“This is based on the deep level of connection that exists between the two.
“They have obviously been through a lot in the villa, where they have been tested on numerous occasions.”
He added: “However, their level of rapport, connection and reciprocal liking has definitely allowed them to overcome their issues.”
Casa Amor saw the pair rocked with the arrival of hot bombshells.
Tanya had her head turned by new boy Martin Akinola, as she cracked on getting to know the Irish lad, despite Shaq remaining faithful.
However, the couple have gone from strength to strength since returning to the main villa, and decided to couple up again.
In their final date, the pair made things exclusive by becoming boyfriend and girlfriend.
Despite their connection, Darren has flagged another pair of contenders.
He said: “I also believe Samie and Tom have a strong chance, as they are clearly very much on the same page.”
Previously, experts who have studied all 10 series of the show came to a different conclusion when they flagged the show “winner” days before the final.
They suggested Lana Jenkins, 25, and Ron Hall, also 25, will be crowned the winners of winter Love Island 2023.
Based on data from previous seasons including hair colour, occupation, week entering the villa, and Casa Amor betrayals, it appears Lana and Ron are destined to be this year’s king and queen.
The research, conducted by Paddy Power Games, looked at the winners from the previous 10 series of the main and celebrity editions of Love Island and formulated a recipe for success.
Yet the bookies have a completely different take.
Bookies William Hill have placed Kai and Sanam as their top pick for the title.
William Hill spokesperson Lee Phelps told The Celeb Report: “Sanam and Kai have won over the hearts of the public in the final week and will go into the conclusive episode of this winter’s Love Island as the 6/5 favourites.”
Bookies Ladbrokes have differing odds of 5/4 – yet still tip the duo to win.
Jessica O’Reilly of Ladbrokes told us: “Despite being voted the least compatible couple in the villa, it hasn’t been a problem as far as punters are concerned and Sanam and Kai’s odds of winning have been slashed again.”
Body language expert Darren Stanton has tipped Shaq and Tanya for the win
He told how Tanya’s Casa Amor antics had brought about a greater level of understanding between the pair
Yet data experts are adamant Lana and Ron are destined to be this year’s villa king and queen
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