Following their second rehearsal, Switzerland has dropped to sixth place as Gjon’s Tears slips back into the chasing pack.
Switzerland is slipping back down the bookmaker’s odds following their second rehearsal at the Eurovision Song Contest 2021. Gjon’s Tears had started the day as 4th favourite with an 8% chance of taking victory, however, as the day comes to a close has slipped back to sixth with a 6% chance of victory.
The opinion is currently split as to whether Switzerland remains in contention to win the Eurovision Song Contest or is now just competing for a place within the top five come the Grand Final on May 22.
Off the back of Switzerland slipping down the odds, Iceland is now 4th favourite to take victory, its highest position with the bookmakers since March 13th. While Bulgaria continues to drift on the edge of contention for victory in 5th place.
Outside of the top ten Russia has moved to 13th favourite and San Marino has fallen to 14th favourite. Portugal has also climbed to 17th passing Romania who has fallen from 13th at the start of the week to 18th favourite.
The current top 10 in the betting odds is as follows:
- France – Barbara Pravi – Voilà – 21% (+6%)
- Italy – Måneskin – Zitti e buoni – 18% (+2%)
- Malta – Destiny – Je Me Casse – 13% (-1%)
- Iceland – Daði og Gagnamagnið – 10 Years – 9% (+ 1 place, +2%)
- Bulgaria – Victoria – Growing Up Is Getting Old – 7% (+1 place)
- Switzerland – Gjon’s Tears – Tout l’univers – 6% (-2 places, -2%)
- Cyprus – Elena Tsagrinou – El Diablo – 5%(+1%)
- Ukraine – Go_A – Shum – 2%
- Lithuania – The Roop – Discoteque – 2%
- Greece – Stefania – Last Dance – 2%
Image Source: EBU / Andres Putting | Source: Eurovision World