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3 Countries We think are Underrated in the Eurovision 2016 Betting Odds

Underrated Betting Odds march 31st

Who will win Eurovision 2016?

That is the question the betting odds are trying to predict.

Looking at this year’s current betting odds there are a few songs that we think are currently underrated by the Bookies. Here is our Top 3 countries that we think should be higher in the odds.

The current odds you can see HERE 

Currently sitting in 15th place is Cyprus and the Band Minus One with their song ‘Alter Ego’. The odds being offered range from 22/1 to 56/1. Highly underrated for a band with tons of personality and a song that is bound to have tv audiences jumping around their living rooms. One to watch!

Bulgaria will be represented by returning singer Poli Genova with her song ‘If Love Was A Crime’. She is currently lying 14th in the betting odds. Why? There are songs above it in the stakes that most certainly not translate to votes on the night. Odds on Bulgaria winning range from 22/1 to 40/1.

The Netherlands will be represented by singer Douwe Bob and his song ‘Slow Down’. There is nothing else like this in the contest and fellow Dutch contestants The Common Linnets proved that country music can be highly successful at the contest. Currently sitting in 21st place you can get odds of Douwe winning from 43/1 to 80/1 on a win. With the right staging this could certainly be one to watch once the rehearsals begin in Stockholm.

Do you agree with us? Who do think is underrated in the current betting odds? Is there a sleeper in there?

 

Author/Editor in Chief Garrett Mulhall

Source : OddsChecker and Eurovision Ireland

 

 

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