Eurovision 2018

#BETTING ODDS – Who is going to WIN Eurovision 2018?

eurovision 2018

So far we have artwork, a slogan, a few singers and most importantly, no songs – but that doesn’t stop some people from working hard to figure out who will win Eurovision next year in Lisbon!

The first betting odds for Eurovision 2018 are in from Coral,  and they make for some interesting reading. Check out their Top 10 contenders taken from Oddschecker.com below!

 

TOP 10 Betting

It’s no surprise to see Sweden, Bulgaria and Australia flying high after recent years, and the majority of other countries have placed in the Top 10 at Eurovision at once over the last 5 years. At the other end of the table, 5 countries are tied with the suspected lowest chances of winning…

BOTTOM 10 Betting

Perhaps this is little surprise when considering these countries qualification records, though admittedly Croatia have been fairing much better at the contest since returning after their hiatus in 2016.

Out of the Big 5, Italy are favourites at 10/1, followed by France at 20/1, Spain at 25/1 and lastly Germany and the UK both at 33/1.

What do you think of these odds? Can you accurately predict a winner so far a head of time? Who would you put money on winning Eurovision 2018?

Let us know what you think!

Author: James Scanlan

Source: Oddschecker.com

Image Source: EurovisionIreland, Oddschecker.com

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3 replies »

    • Do you know what Dave because of your comment, iv’e just checked Cliona out, because iv’e never heard of her. My god where have you been hiding her, she’s brilliant and with a half decent song could win Eurovision, no probs. Good Luck.

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