EuroMillions Superdraw this Friday!
Updated: Thursday 5th March 2015
For the benefit of lottery players who have been trying to get some winter rest and relaxation on the dark side of the moon in recent weeks, we should point out that there will be a EuroMillions Superdraw game this Friday 6 March. This will be the first Superdraw of 2015, and the last one since October 2014, when the €100 million jackpot rolled over. The jackpot is guaranteed to be the same size this Friday, but fans will be hoping to see it landed this time around – and it would be very nice to see it landed by a player right here in the UK!
With such a large amount of cash up for grabs (the €100 million jackpot is expected to be worth something in the region of £72 million) many players will be planning to buy themselves multiple tickets in order to increase their chances of winning. Any set of numbers has the potential to match all seven of those that will be drawn, but players who are looking for inspiration might want to explore our EuroMillions Statistics page, which details how every number has fared since the game began. For example, right now our statistics reveal that the most overdue main numbers are 16, 35, 36, 48 and 01, whilst the most overdue Lucky Star numbers are 05 and 02. That doesn't make those numbers any more likely to appear, but it certainly doesn't hamper their chances either.
Whilst we're on the subject of overdue lottery numbers, one such number made an appearance in the midweek Lotto game this week. The Lotto results on Wednesday 4 March were 03, 08, 19, 27, 42 and 43, and the Bonus Ball number was 46. The most overdue number which appeared was 43, and we can tell you that four tickets matched all six main numbers to share a jackpot that was worth £1,739,020. Another two tickets won £69,403 each by matching five main numbers plus the Bonus Ball number, and more than 173,000 prizes were won across the lower consolation tiers.
The next Lotto game this Saturday 7 March will offer a new jackpot which is expected to be worth around £4.2 million, but there is no doubt that the EuroMillions Superdraw game will be the top priority for most people. As always, players are advised to buy their tickets well in advance in order to avoid any last minute problems, and to check the results and make any claim due as soon as possible after the draw. If you want to make things easy for yourself then click here to purchase your tickets online and you'll automatically receive email notification if you win a prize! Good luck!
Written by Tony SharpePublished: Thursday 5th March 2015
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