BETTING ODDS : Last Minute Betting Odds for the Eurovision 2015 Winner
We are down to the last few hours to bet for the winner of the Eurovision Song Contest. Here is the news but here is some words that we have heard from some of the betting experts.
Sweden is still the favourite to win the contest and their odds are still shortening as we speak and following the Jury Voting Dress Rehearsal last night.
Russia are in second place and their odds are continuing to shorten as we speak. Russia have overtaken Italy and there is momentum about them.
Italy – Well I thought that Italy did not have the best Jury Voting Dress Rehearsal last night – see here. It seems that people agree with me as the odds are drifting for an Italian victory as they are falling behind Sweden and Russia.
Belgium – Loic is still holding strong in 4th place and rumours are that he has scored well in the Jury Voting. This is a song that I think will be strong in music charts over the coming days
Australia – Guy Sebastian is holding strong in 5th place and he looked most polished last night. Don’t rule this out!
A Betting Tip from the site ESCtips has this good tip for you
“Måns Zelmerlöw was solid for Sweden. Nothing changed. Aftonbladet’s Tobbe Ek thought Måns had given only 75% effort. I couldn’t tell the difference, but judging by the voting order published today, Sweden are in the reckoning. It looks like Russia could attract the early 12s in tonight’s voting, so Sweden might drift to a value price in-running. My advice is, if you haven’t backed Sweden, the value might arrive in play.”
So for all of you people out there like me who don’t know your “Lays” and “In Play” (like trying to explain the offside rule in football) – during the live voting sequence you can still bet on-line on who will win. It looks like countries who may vote highly for Russia to win are at the start of the voting sequence and that may see the live betting odds drift for Sweden – thus giving you a chance to get odds on a Swedish win.
So is this Sweden’s Eurovision to win? Can Russia do the unthinkable? Is there a chance for Italy to come through for a first Opera win at Eurovision?
Let us know
Author/Editor in Chief Garrett Mulhall