Ukrainian act Kalush Orchestra are expected to win this year’s Eurovision (Picture: EPA)
Glitter, great bops and good times. Yep, it’s time for the Eurovision 2022 Grand Final!
This year, 25 countries from Europe (and a few beyond) are competing in the annual music competition in Turin, Italy – all hoping to walk away with the most points on the night.
For those watching on TV, it airs on Saturday 14 May at 8pm on BBC One, with Graham Norton’s iconic voiceover guiding us through all of the acts to watch.
Given the country’s current conflict with Russia, it is little wonder that Ukraine’s entry, rap group Kalush Orchestra, are currently tipped to take home Eurovision glory.
But there are plenty of eye-catching and ear-appealing acts to watch, including Norway’s mysterious duo Subwoolfer and their catchy joke song Give That Wolf A Banana.
The UK is tipped 6/1 to win outright this year, with TikTok star entry Sam Ryder and his hit single Space Man.
But, of course, anything could happen on the night… which is why a sweepstake is always a laugh.
Your Eurovision 2022 sweepstake kit – and how it works
Download your Eurovision 2022 sweepstake kit below to get started. You’ll need to cut out each country and pop them all in a hat, cup or similar.
Then decide the stakes everyone will be putting in to take part (it could be as little as £1 or £2 – or you could choose to go big or go home!).
Once you’ve decided, head around your office, family or friends group or neighbours, collecting the stakes and letting each person randomly select a country.
The sweepstake winner is whoever has selected the winning Eurovision country – and they get to pocket all the cash. Good luck…
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD YOUR EUROVISION 2022 SWEEPSTAKE KIT
Eurovision 2022 Grand Final: What are the odds?
Outright Eurovision winner odds:
Ukraine – 1/3
United Kingdom – 6/1
Sweden – 6/1
Italy – 12/1
Spain – 12/1
Poland – 40/1
Greece – 40/1
Netherlands – 40/1
Norway – 50/1
Finland – 80/1
Serbia – 90/1
France – 100/1
Portugal – 100/1
Moldova – 125/1
Australia – 150/1
Czech Republic – 175/1
Romania – 200/1
Lithuania – 200/1
Switzerland – 250/1
Iceland – 250/1
Belgium – 250/1
Armenia – 250/1
Azerbaijan – 250/1
Germany – 250/1
Estonia – 300/1
Source: William Hill
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