KEiiNO from Norway have dropped out of the top ten in the Betting Odds, as Malta makes its way back up to eighth with the bookmakers.
Having been within the top ten of the betting odds since their victory in Melodi Grand Prix, KEiiNO of Norway have dropped out of the top ten with the bookmakers. According to Eurovision World, KEiiNO now sit 11th with the bookmakers with a 3% chance of winning the Eurovision Song Contest 2019.
In contrast Malta who are represented by Michela Pace and “Chameleon” have entered the top ten in the odds again. Malta had fallen back to 11th with the bookmakers earlier this week, and are now sat in eighth place. Greece has fallen back two places since the start of this week, now sitting in 10th.
The current top ten in according to Eurovision World is as follows:
- Netherlands – Duncan Laurence – Aracde – 21%
- Russia – Sergey Lazarev – Scream – 12%
- Sweden – John Lundvik – Too Late for Love – 10%
- Switzerland – Luca Hanni – She Got Me – 7%
- Italy – Mahmood – Soldi – 5%
- Cyprus – Tamta – Replay – 4%
- Iceland – Hatari – Hatrið mun sigra – 4%
- Malta – Michela Pace – 3%
- Portugal – Conan Osiris – Telemovies – 3%
- Greece – Katerine Duska – Better Love – 3%
Who are KEiiNO?
KEiiNO is a group made up of Sámi rapper and joiker Fred-René Buljo, and Norwegian singers Tom Hugo Hermansen and Alexandra Rotan. The latter are no strangers to Melodi Grand Prix, as they both appeared in the 2018 edition of the contest, with Alexandra finishing in the superfinal alongside Stella Mwangi. The trio created KEiiNO towards the end of 2018, specifically for Melodi Grand Prix.
Source: Eurovision World