Who is favorite to win Eurovision 2023? Latest Odds

The euro vision With the Song Contest fast approaching, a new group of artists are vying for their music to be crowned Song of the Year.

The annual celebration of Europe’s biggest pop songs begins in Liverpool This week, the first semifinal will take place on Tuesday (May 9th), followed by the second on Thursday (May 11th).

The grand finale will then take place on Saturday (May 13). You can More information on how to watch can be found here.

On the way to the live shows, the bookmakers have marked a clear leader in the competition.

This is singer Lorene, who represents Sweden with her song “Tattoo”. Loreen had already taken home the Eurovision trophy in 2012, her winning song “Euphoria” remained one of the most popular Eurovision songs of all time.

Meanwhile, the entry of Great Britain Mae Mueller He’s unlikely to repeat Sam Ryder’s success in 2022. The singer currently sits just outside the top 10 acts most likely to win, according to Liverpool Ladbrokes.

Jessica O’Reilly of Ladbrokes said: “Confidence in Mae’s chances doesn’t seem to be improving as the competition nears and it looks like Sweden will be romping home at Liverpool this weekend.”

Muller will represent Great Britain in Liverpool

(Jeff Spicer/Getty Images)

The current top 10 leaders are below…

Odds of winning the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 winner

Sweden: Loreen, “Tattoo” – 8/13

Finland: Käärijä, “Cha Cha Cha” – 9/4

France: La Zarra, “Évidemment” – 9/1

Ukraine: Tvorchi, “Heart Of Steel” – 1.11

Norway: Alessandra, “Queen of Kings” – 16.1

Spain: Blanca Paloma, “Ea Ea” – 16/1

Israel: Noa Kirel, “Unicorn” – 22.1

Austria: Teya & Salena, “Who the Hell is Edgar?” – 28/1

Czech Republic: Vesna, “My Sister’s Crown” – 50/1

Italy: Marco Mengoni, “Due Vite” – 40/1

How is Mae Muller expected to do at Eurovision? opportunities

Great Britain wins – 50/1

UK finishes last – 10/1

UK gets zero points – 33/1

Emma Bowman

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