русский
Українська

No chance of winning: bookmakers named potential losers of Eurovision 2024

Bookmakers have identified potential losers of the Eurovision Song Contest 2024

While European countries are deciding on their representatives for the Eurovision Song Contest 2024, bookmakers are fighting fiercely for the potential winner. According to the odds, fifteen countries have no chance of winning. 9 of them have already announced their representatives, but this did not help them move up a few places either.

Ukraine is still at the top of the table with a 19% chance of winning the Eurovision Song Contest 2024. "The analysts seem to consider San Marino and Albania to be the biggest losers, with less than 1%. The relevant rating is available on the Eurovision World website.

No chance of winning: bookmakers named potential losers of Eurovision 2024

As we reported, fifteen countries are predicted to fail at the song contest. They all received a 1% chance of winning or even less. Among them:

  • Belgium (with Mustii);
  • Austria (with the song Kaleen – We Will Rave);
  • Netherlands (represented by Joost Klein);
  • Serbia;
  • Latvia;
  • Cyprus (with Silia Kapsis – Liar (only a demo version has been published));
  • Denmark;
  • Portugal;
  • Moldova;
  • Luxembourg (with Tali – Fighter);
  • Slovenia (with the song "Veronika" by Raiven);
  • Czech Republic (with the song "Pedestal" by Aiko);
  • Malta (with the song "Loop" by Sarah Bonnici);
  • Albania (with the song "Zemrën n'dorë" by Besa);
  • San Marino.

As a reminder, Ukraine's chances of winning have already increased to 19% after the National Selection for Eurovision 2024. On February 4, this figure was 16%. Ukraine will be represented by the duo alyona alyona and Jerry Heil with the song "Teresa & Maria".

Only verified information is available on the OBOZ.UA Telegram channel and Viber. Don't fall for fakes!

Other News

'We will not have men playing in women’s sports': Trump speaks out about transgender people

"We will not have men playing in women’s sports": Trump speaks out about transgender people

The 45th President of the United States delivered a speech at the Republican Party convention