WHITNEY Adebayo and Lochan Nowacki will win Monday night’s “Love Island” by the widest margin ever in the show’s history, a massive poll of Sun readers predicts.
Around 28.3 percent of the dating show’s die-hard fans want the 25-year-old wig shop owner and account manager from London to take the crown.
But beautician Jess Harding and recruiter Sammy Root, both 22, are hot on their heels, down just 1.7 percent to 26.6 percent.
And Tyrique Hyde and Ella Thomas sit in third place with 23.4 percent of the vote.
If the Sun readers are right, it will be the closest final ever.
Last year they correctly predicted that Ekin-Su Culculoglu and Davide Sanclimenti would win by a 63.7 percent landslide victory.
The 2022 runners-up, Gemma Owen and Luca Bish, only managed 14.5 percent.
Molly Marsh and Zach Noble are fourth with 15.3 percent, and Mitchel Taylor and Ella Barnes are just 6.3 percent.
However, readers do not assess Jess and Sammy’s chances on the outside, with only 18 percent assuming that they will last.
Whitney, Ella T and Molly are the least heartbroken girls, according to the poll.
But Tyrique and Ella B have piqued readers’ interest for all the wrong reasons – both of their acts have been individually called suspicious.
A whopping 74 percent said they thought Tyrique would play a game, while 53 percent said blonde Ella just wanted to “get into the finals.”
Elsewhere, viewers are still in love with 28-year-old presenter Maya Jama, and 76 percent say she is ideal for the slot.
The producers have given the series maximum drama and a number of never-before-seen twists.
That included her bringing back season two’s bombshell, Kady McDermott, as a surprise islander – but just 19 per cent of you felt she delivered.
Another big moment came when Molly returned to the mansion as part of the Casa Amor cast, just a week after she was kicked out by Kady.
It was well received by viewers, with 53.9 percent describing it as a “great twist”.
Meanwhile, Mitchel has earned the nickname “Messy Mitch” without the producers’ help.
And Sun readers aren’t a fan: 78.1 percent say he’s “everywhere” and has “good intentions but poor execution.”
Some viewers are calling this series a return to old form after the winter season faltered in Cape Town.
About 12 percent of our readers said they started watching the film for the first time this year.
According to ITV, the show has had the highest viewership between 16 and 24 on any commercial channel since last year’s World Cup and has been streamed 300 million times online.
The series ends on Monday night at 9pm on ITV2.