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Rescheduled EuroMillions Superdraw

Rescheduled EuroMillions Superdraw

EuroMillions fans will recall that a €100 million Superdraw game that had originally been scheduled for Friday 6 June was postponed due to the fact that a multi-rollover jackpot had already reached the value of €107 million under its own steam. The postponed Superdraw has now been rescheduled and will take place in October, which means that lottery players will have a fantastic opportunity to win around £80 million in plenty of time for the 2014 Christmas shopping season. If that's too far ahead for your liking, you can also play for a EuroMillions jackpot worth around £11 million this Friday 18 July.

One lottery player who won’t be too concerned with winning the EuroMillions jackpot this Friday is the owner of the ticket that matched all six main numbers in the midweek Lotto game. The Lotto results on Wednesday 16 July were 04, 11, 22, 27, 47 and 49, and the number 33 was drawn as the Bonus Ball. The jackpot weighed in at £1,688,532, which was a little less than the £2.1 million that had been estimated, but still more than enough to bestow financial independence on the lucky winner.

Three Lotto tickets matched five of the main numbers plus the Bonus Ball number to win £44,925 each at the second tier prize level. Another 192 tickets won £596 each by matching five main numbers only, and 10,254 entries matched four main numbers to win £59 each. The smallest prize of £25 went to each of 163,825 tickets that matched three main numbers, and the Lotto Raffle game created 50 winners of £20,000 each. The next Lotto jackpot this Saturday 19 July will be worth an estimated £4.1 million. 

The Health Lottery results on Wednesday were 03, 11, 22, 28 and 35, with the number 30 appearing as the Bonus Ball. No ticket was able to match all five main numbers, so the top prize of £100,000 eluded players everywhere. The good news is that consolation prizes were landed by more than 6,100 tickets, and there will be another chance to win six figures in the next Health Lottery game this Saturday. 

Looking ahead to the EuroMillions game this Friday, our EuroMillions Statistics page reveals that the most overdue main numbers right now are 09, 17, 06, 10 and 14, whilst the most overdue Lucky Star numbers are 08 and 09. At the opposite end of the statistical scale, the most common EuroMillions numbers are 50, 04, 44, 38 and 19, and the most common Lucky Star numbers are 05 and 02. Will any of those numbers help someone to win themselves the £11 million jackpot? We'll just have to wait and see, so head this way to enter your numbers online and good luck!

Written by Tony Sharpe

Thursday 17th July 2014

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