Players Dream of Friday EuroMillions
Updated: Wednesday 13th August 2014
Lottery players across the country and all over Europe are dreaming about how their lives would change if they could be lucky enough to win the EuroMillions jackpot this Friday 30 May. Eight consecutive rollovers mean that the jackpot is expected to weigh in at around £63 million, and anyone who wins that sum outright would instantly join the ranks of celebrities, sports stars and business moguls who took years, if not decades, to establish similar levels of wealth. If that doesn't make it well worth participating in the game this Friday, nothing will!
EuroMillions fans who like to take the past performance of numbers into consideration when making their selections will find plenty of interesting information on our Statistics page. For example, it reveals that the most overdue main numbers at the time of writing are 09, 48, 02, 17 and 32, whilst the most overdue Lucky Star numbers are 05 and 08. We don't know whether or not any of those numbers will help someone to win big in the final draw of the month, but time will tell.
Even if the EuroMillions jackpot rolls over yet again on Friday, lottery players will be able to have a go at landing a Lotto jackpot with an estimated value of £4.3 million on Saturday. There was a single winning ticket in the Lotto game on Wednesday, and the player who matched the main numbers 18, 26, 32, 36, 40 and 45 can now claim the life-changing sum of £2,915,369.
There were no second tier prize winners in the midweek Lotto draw because no player was able to match five main numbers and the Bonus Ball, which was 21. The good news is that 96 tickets managed to match five main numbers only to win their owners £1,905 each and another 5,375 entries won £180 each by matching four numbers. The smallest prize of £25 went to each of 106,061 tickets that matched three numbers, and the Lotto Raffle game once again created 50 winners of £20,000 each.
The top prize in the Health Lottery game proved elusive, with no player matching the numbers 06, 08, 14, 19 and 31. More than 6,000 tickets won a consolation prize by matching two, three or four of those main numbers – with or without the Bonus Ball number 02 – and the biggest winners landed the sum of £10,000 each.
We can now look forward to seeing how the final draws of May unfold this Friday and Saturday. Visit this page to buy your tickets online and you just might head into the month of June as a brand new multi-millionaire!
Written by Tony SharpePublished: Thursday 29th May 2014
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