There has been some shifting around in the Betting Odds for the overall winner of the 2021 Eurovision Song Contest, with Ukraine now entering the Top 5 and San Marino pushing into the top 10.
After a strong public reaction to the Go_A’s performance in Semi-Final 1, which has seen their entry Shum enter the Spotify viral charts, the Ukranian act has now propelled themselves into 4th position in the betting odds to win the 2021 edition. The bookies currently have them on a 9% chance.
Meanwhile, with the arrival of Flo Rida in Rotterdam and the confirmation that he will participate in the jury and live semi-final performances, San Marino has seen themselves climb into 9th position overall with a 2% chance of victory.
It remains tight at the top, but Måneskin has managed to pull out a slightly bigger gap to Barbara Pravi. The Italian act remains on a 22% chance, but the French delegation sees their chances drop to 18%. After a strong showing in the first semi-final, Malta has climbed closer on 16%.
There are sure to be changes after the second semi-final tomorrow, but at the time of writing the Top 10 in the betting odds to win the Eurovision Song Contest are:
- Italy – Måneskin – Zitti e buoni – 22%
- France – Barbara Pravi – Voilà – 18%
- Malta – Destiny – Je Me Casse – 16%
- Ukraine – Go_A – Shum – 9%
- Switzerland – Gjon’s Tears – Tout l’univers – 6%
- Iceland – Daði og Gagnamagnið – 10 Years – 6%
- Bulgaria – Victoria – Growing Up Is Getting Old – 5%
- Cyprus – Elena Tsagrinou – El Diablo – 2%
- San Marino – Senhit feat. Flo Rida – Adrenalina – 2%
- Lithuania – The Roop – Discoteque – 2%
Source: eurovisionworld // Image Source: NPO/NOS/AVROTROS Nathan Reinds