2019 Eurovision Bookmakers Odds & Predictions

Eurovision Odds

2019 Eurovision Bookmakers Odds

Eurovision betting is extremely popular, with markets available throughout the year. Most online bookmakers in the UK offer odds on the outright betting and additional markets will be available once the semi-finals are completed. We have compiled a list of the bookmakers and their latest Eurovision odds.

Country
Netherlands
Russia
Sweden
Switzerland
Italy
France
Portugal
Cyprus
Iceland
Israel
Malta
Spain
Greece
France
Norway
UK

* Odds are subject to change.

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Eurovision Predictions

2019 Eurovision Predictions

Making Eurovision predictions 2019 is a difficult task, with punters having to factor in the tactical nature of some of the voting. Here at BettingTop10, we take a look at which countries stand a chance of taking top honours at this year’s event.

Semi-Final 1 Prediction

The first semi-final takes place on May 14 and the likes of Ukraine, Finland and Australia are expected to book their place in the final.

Few of the nations favoured to take out Eurovision 2019 in Tel Aviv are taking part in the Semi-Final 1. The second Semi Final is ‘loaded’ with more of the big gun nations. That some favoured nations with big performers do leap off the page;

  • Ukraine has entered Eurovision on 15 previous occasions, winning in 2004 and 2016 and finishing second in 2007 and 2008. Following the introduction of semi-finals in 2004, Ukraine has managed to qualify for the final in every contest they have participated to date.
  • Finland has taken part in Eurovision 52 times since its debut in 1961, winning the contest for the first time in 2006 with Lordi’s ‘Hard Rock Hallelujah’. DJ Darude and singer Sebastian Rejman will represent Finland this year and the pair should secure their place in Tel Aviv.

    Darude - Finland

    Darude – will represent Finland in Israel

  • Australian Kate Miller-Heidke’s “Zero Gravity” is a song that delivers the over-the-top hype that Eurovision winners are made of. She’s a veteran performer and won’t be nervous on the night.
  • Hatari from Iceland will perform “Hatrið mun sigra”, a novel hard-rock anthem that is exactly the type of song to win any popular vote.
  • Portugal’s Conan Osiris haunting “Telemoveis” will win over the Middle Eastern crowd with its Arabic-inspired rhythms.
  • Belgium’s Eliot Vassamillet should take his “Wake Up” into the Final from Semi-Final 1.
    Eliot Vassamillet
    Eliot Vassamillet – will represent Belgium in Israel

Semi-Final 2 Prediction

The second semi-final is scheduled for May 16, with fancied nations such as Russia, Sweden and Romania battling to progress to the final.

Plenty of Eurovision 2019 favourites are lined up in Semi-Final 2 all potentially heading to the final including;

  • Sweden is one of the most successful competing nations at Eurovision with a total of six victories, second only to Ireland’s seven wins. They have the most top five finishes this century, with 13, and have achieved that feat 24 times in total. Abba are their most famous Eurovision winners and Sweden should be monitored closely in the betting for this year’s contest.
  • Croatia’s Roko Blazevic’s “The Dream” is a power ballad that has Eurovision finalist written all over it.
  • Norway’s KEiiNO has the toe-tapping “Spirit in the Sky”.
  • Romania has claimed six top 10 finishes in 19 appearances at Eurovision, although they are yet to secure top spot. They failed to qualify for the final last year, but could be a lively outsider for the 2019 contest.
  • Russia has participated at Eurovision 21 times since their debut in 1994. Dima Bilan won the contest for Russia with ‘Believe’ in 2008, and the country has also had nine top five finishes. However, Russia failed to qualify for the final for the first time in its history last year and will hope for better fortunes this time around.

Sergey Lazarev - Russia

Sergey Lazarev – will represent Russia

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Eurovision Songs

The Songs

Netherlands

Netherlands is the firm favourite to win Eurovision 2019 with Duncan Laurence performing “Arcade”.

Russia

Sergei Lazarev is also enjoying overall High rank.

Sweden

Sweden is right amongst the odds for Eurovision 2019 and they will send John Lundvik to the event where he will perform “Too Late for Love”.

Switzerland

Representing Switzerland will be 24-year-old Luca Hänni and he’ll perform “She Got Me”.

Spain

Representing Spain will be Miki after she won the local competition – Operación Triunfo. She will be performing “La venda”, which was written by Adrià Salas.

United Kingdom

For the United Kingdom, Michael Rice will belt out “Bigger than Us” during the 2019 event. Rice is a 21 year old pop singer and he won “Eurovision: You Decide” in the UK. The song is written by four different artists.

Australia

As the winner of Eurovision – Australia Decides, Kate Miller-Heidke will represent her country at the 2019 Eurovision event. She will singing “Zero Gravity”, a song that was co-written by herself and her partner.

France

France will send Bilal Hassani to the 2019 event as he won their local contest “Destination Eurovision 2019”. He will be singing “Roi”, which was written by himself.

Italy

Italy’s entry for 2019 will see Mahmood perform “Soldi”. Mahmood was selected after winning the Sanremo Music Festival 2019 in Italy. “Soldi” is a hip-hop track with some Arabic influence.

Portugal

Portugal is expected to compete for the final and 30-year-old Conan Osíris will sing “Telemóveis”.

Cyprus

Cyprus is a mid-priced favourite for the 2019 event and they’ll be represented by Alex Papaconstantinou.

Iceland

The hopes of Iceland will rest with Hatari, a techno and punk rock band that will sing “Hatrið mun sigra”.

Greece

Greece isn’t one of the top favourites for 2019 to win with 22Bet and they will send Katerine Duska to Tel Aviv.

Norway

Norway is at long odds to win Eurovision in 2019 but that won’t stop Norwegian supergroup “KEiiNO” from belting out “Spirit in the Sky”.

Eurovision 2019 in Israel

Eurovision 2019

Speaking to Israeli TV, Netta said she looked forward to the world seeing “an Israeli carnival” when Tel Aviv hosts the contest.

If you haven’t heard of Eurovision before then you must have been living under a rock. The Eurovision Song Contest is the world’s largest and longest-running annual TV song competition. Performers from all over the world battle it out in song, dance and stage antics to be crowned the winners of Eurovision.

It’s not only popular with pop lovers, but it’s also a major event highlight in the bookmakers calendar. Punters from all over the world place their bets on which countries will make it to the final, and who will be the ultimate winner of Eurovision.

Schedule

Semi-final 1: 14 May 2019

Semi-final 2: 16 May 2019

Grand Final: 18 May 2019

Location

Expo arena, Rokach Blvd 101, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel

Expo arena

Eurovision Song Contest Hosts 2019

Back in 1999 when Israel last hosted the Eurovision Song Contest, the nation broke new ground with 2 women and one man hosting the show. After we had an all-female hosting team last year in Lisbon, and an all-male team in Kiev in 2017, in May 2019 at Tel Aviv’s International Convention Centre, we’ll enjoy a diverse group of four hosts. Meet the Team!

EUROVISION HOSTS

Main hosts – Bar Rafaeli and Erez Tal

Bar Rafaeli – The 33-year-old beauty and international supermodel was the first Israeli model to appear on the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue. Bar has a plethora of experience in broadcasting and presenting, creating her own model casting show, ‘Million Dollar Shooting Star’ for German TV in 2012 and has been the long-time host of the Israeli version of The X Factor since it began in 2013.

Erez Tal – Another former long-time reality TV host in Israel, Erez has 25 years of broadcast experience including 10 seasons of ‘Big Brother,’ and creating and hosting ‘The Vault’ which has been sold to more than 25 countries!

Green Room hosts – Assi Azar and Lucy Ayoub

Assi Azar – Co-hosted ‘Big Brother’ for many years with Erez Tal, and the two developed a famous, fun and dynamic chemistry. Considered to be one of the top 100 Most Influential Gay celebrities worldwide, Assi’s credits also include hosting Israel’s ‘Rising Star’ (Israel’s Eurovision song selection process).

Lucy Ayoub – The youngest of the group at 26, Lucy is considered to be Israel’s most promising rising star, who has recently found fame, earning a name for herself as a YouTube broadcaster and personality, and as a poet and KAN TV and radio presenter. She also has Eurovision experience, selected to be Israel’s spokesperson in the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon.

Participants

Albania, Armenia, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Moldova, Montenegro, Netherlands, North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, United Kingdom

About Eurovision

The Eurovision Song Contest is an international song competition held primarily among the member countries of the European Broadcasting Union (EBU).

Each participating country submits an original song to be performed on live television and radio, then casts votes for the other countries’ songs to determine the winner.

Eurovision was initially conceived as a way for war-torn Europe to interact collectively through the form of a light-entertainment television programme.

The first contest was held in Lugano, Switzerland, during May 1956. Seven countries participated, with each submitting two songs. This was the only contest in which more than one song per country was performed. Switzerland were the first-ever winners of Eurovision.

Since 2000, France, Germany, Spain and United Kingdom have automatically qualified for the final, regardless of their positions on the scoreboard in previous contests. Italy were added to that list in 2011 and the quintet are now known as the ‘Big Five’.

The system of two semi-finals was introduced in 2008, with the ten countries who receive the most votes in each qualifying for the final alongside the ‘Big Five’ and the hosts.

Winning Eurovision often provides a career boost for artists, but this rarely transfers into long-term success. However, Abba (1974) and Celine Dion (1988) are notable exceptions to this rule. The winners of the 1981 contest, Bucks Fizz, also launched a successful international career.

Dana, Brotherhood of Man and Johnny Logan are other winners who went on to make their mark in the music industry, while the likes of Katrina & the Waves and Sandie Shaw were already established acts when they claimed top spot.

Israel’s Netta Barzilai was a hugely popular winner in 2018, with punters backing her down to odds-on during the run-up to the contest.

She drifted out to 7/2 after the two semi-finals were completed, but an energetic performance in the final saw her secure first place with 529 points. Cyprus were second with 436 points, while Austria (342), Germany (340) and Italy (308) rounded off the top five.

eurovision 2018 final results

Russia and Sweden are amongst the favourites to win Eurovision 2019, with the likes of Ukraine, Italy and Australia also prominent in the outright betting market.


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