Amazing £54m EuroMillions lottery jackpot could be yours TONIGHT – making you richer than Harry Kane

ONE £54million EuroMillions lottery jackpot could be yours tonight – making you richer than Harry Kane.

Players have until 7:30 tonight to purchase a ticket to the National Lottery draw – which comes with automatic entry into the UK Millionaire Maker game.

Tonight's EuroMillions Draw Could Make You Richer Than Harry Kane


Tonight’s EuroMillions Draw Could Make You Richer Than Harry KaneCredit: AFP
You can win £54 million tonight


You can win £54 million tonightCredit: Getty

To participate, you simply choose five numbers and two Lucky Stars for each line you play – or pick a Lucky Dip for a randomly selected number of numbers.

Tonight’s jackpot for all five main numbers and two Lucky Stars is £54m – making the winner richer than Spurs star and England captain Harry Kane.

The striker has a fortune of £51m, placing him 32nd on the Sunday Times “35 Under 35” Young Rich List – below Three Lions team-mate Raheem Sterling, who is worth 61m board.

If you win the prize, you’ll be as rich as One Direction stars Niall Horan and Louis Tomlinson, both of whom are worth £54 million.

And you will be richer than supermodel Cara Delevingne, who is worth £50 million.

The prize for four main numbers and one Lucky Star is £130,554.30 and five prime numbers without any Lucky Stars will bring you £13,561.

But if you match only two prime numbers, you’ll at least recoup the cost of your £2.50 ticket.

Bettors will also automatically enter the UK Millionaires draw, with a guaranteed prize of exactly £1 million.

It comes after an expert revealed the scratch card that gives you the best chance of winning – but there’s a catch.

A EuroMillions lottery winner, who won a £108m jackpot, has revealed the first things he bought.

Russell Falcon

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