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Eurovision 2024 odds: Who are the favourites to win?

Jerry Heil, Alyona Alyona, Baby Lasagna, Angelina Mango

With all 37 entries now released - it's game on. Who are the big favourites and which countries are shaping to be the real contenders at Eurovision 2024?

We've taken a look at the odds from various websites in Europe, all gathered together nicely by the team at EurovisionWorld, and also the local odds from Sportsbet.

Do Australia and Electic Fields have much chance? Who are their biggest competition?

With the national finals done and the pre-party circuit beginning soon, as of 18 March, these are the acts that the bookies have as their current favourites.

Before we go any further, if you are considering betting on Eurovision, think about what gambling is really costing you, gamble responsibly, and take measures like setting a deposit limit. Aussievision is not affiliated with or have any partnerships with EurovisionWorld or Sportsbet.

Top favourites

1. Croatia (Baby Lasagna - 'Rim Tim Dagi Dim')

EurovisionWorld: 17% winning chance Sportsbet: $3.75

2. Ukraine (Alyona Alyona and Jerry Heil - 'Teresa & Maria')

EurovisionWorld: 13% winning chance Sportsbet: $5.50

3. Italy (Angelina Mango - 'La Noia')

EurovisionWorld: 10% winning chance Sportsbet: $7

4. Switzerland (Nemo - 'The Code')

EurovisionWorld: 9% winning chance Sportsbet: $7

5. The Netherlands (Joost Klein - 'Europapa')

EurovisionWorld: 7% winning chance Sportsbet: $10

5% chance

Outside of the top five, EurovisionWorld has also rated the following acts as having a five per cent or higher chance of winning:

6. Belgium (Mustii - 'Before The Party's Over')

EurovisionWorld: 5% winning chance Sportsbet: $12

7. Greece (Marina Satti - 'Zari')

EurovisionWorld: 5% winning chance Sportsbet: $15

Best of the rest

While the two sites are aligned with their top 7 predictions, for the final three spots of the current top 10 - EurovisionWorld and Sportsbet differ.

EurovsionWorld: 8. Israel (Eden Golan - 'Hurricane'): 4% winning chance

9. Sweden (Marcus & Martinus - 'Unforgettable'): 3% winning chance

10. France (Slimane - 'Mon Amour'): 3% winning chance


8. Azerbaijan (FAHREE feat. İlkin Dövlətov - 'Özünlə Apar'): $17

9. Israel (Eden Golan - 'Hurricane'): $17 10. Armenia (Ladaniva - 'Jako'): $23

What about Australia?

Australia is currently sitting 26th on the EurovisionWorld odds. Electic Fields have been given a 1 per cent chance of winning along with 13 other countries, ranging from Ireland's Bambie Thug in 16th place and Spain's Nebulossa in 29th place.

Australia's shortest odds are with BetFred and BWin, who have them at $34 to win. At the other end, Bet365 has them at $201 to win, and Betfair Exchange has them as long as $250.

And in a bit of an unpatriotic blow - Sportsbet sadly doesn't hold much hope for Electric Fields either. They have them ranked second-last (!!) out of all 37 countries, with odds of $176 to win. Only Luxembourg's Tali is below them, bringing up the rear at $476 to win.

It's important to note these are the odds to win, not to place top 10 or to qualify. Odds are also made for bookmakers to attract bets and make money.

Once again, these are just the current odds, and a lot can and probably will change between now and mid-May, and on the night of each final when Europe, Australia and the Rest of the World vote for their favourites.

But for now, Baby Lasagna and Croatia are the ones to beat for the Eurovision 2024 title - could we be heading to Zagreb in 2025?

If you want to familiarise yourself with all the entries for Eurovision 2024 - check out our handy 'All You Need To Know' page, which you can also find under the 'Eurovision 2024' tab at the top.

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Who do you think will win?

  • Croatia

  • Ukraine

  • Italy

  • Switzerland


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