Love Island final 2018 date: This year’s season is set to end sooner than you think

Natasha Sporn
Favourites: jack Fincham and Dani Dyer are currently tipped to win: ITV

Love Island will come to a dramatic end on Monday 30 July, ITV2 has confirmed.

The curtain will fall on series four in little over two weeks’ time as the nation waits to find out the winning couple, with Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham hot favourites for glory.

Although heavily speculated to be July 30 – eight weeks on from the start date - ITV’s press centre has now confirmed the transmission for 9pm until 10.35pm.

The final, hosted by Caroline Flack, will be live from the villa in Majorca.

Host: Caroline Flack will front the live final (ITV)

During the 95-minute show, the loved-up couples will hope to come top of the public vote and be crowned as the winning couple, scooping the £50,000 prize.

However, the top boy and girl will then face one more test of their relationship with the option to split or steal the prize pot.

If both chose split, it is £25,000 each. If one chooses to keep all the cash for themselves, they walk away with the whole lot. If they both want to keep the jackpot to themselves then we assume both would go home empty handed.

Public tickets for the live final are available via Applause Store, a free ticket website, but at present you can only register your interest to be part of the Majorcan drama.

Meanwhile, there are still many episodes of the popular show to go with the promise of lots of drama to take us up to end game.

Love Island continues Wednesday at 9pm on ITV2.