As of Sunday the 11th of February we have heard 9 of the 43 competing entries for Eurovision 2018, as well as an abundance of national finalists which have Eurovision fans the world over quaking in their boots. With the fandom comes hype, and with hype comes the bookies. Bookmakers all over Europe are piecing together their early favourites to win Eurovision 2018 as fans throw their cash behind some big names in the hopes of some financial gain come May. A dollar makes us holla (and euros and pounds, too).

Bulgaria has emerged as the overall early favourite with the bookies, with some agencies offering odds as low as 15/2 despite the fact the country has not revealed their participating artist/s and their song yet. Bulgarian broadcaster BNT confirmed that their entry is “risky”, so once the big reveal happens, it will be interesting to see how the public reacts. (A number of us evaluated the shortlist and can attest to the risks they are taking). We can’t wait to see how this turns out!

Moving from the Balkans to the Baltics, and niggling at the toes of Bulgaria, is Estonia, with odds as low as 7/1. Estonia haven’t had the greatest track record in the past couple of years, but the popularity of Eesti Laul 2018 finalist Elina Nechayeva and her song “La Forza” is pushing them higher. This dramatic opera entry, complete with an Aliona Moon-esque projective skirt, is giving the fandom life. O Mie, oh my! Tallinn 2019, anyone?

Sitting comfortably in third place is Sweden. Only two heats into Melodifestivalen 2018, we can only assume the reason for their strong odds – their lowest being 7/1 – is due to how successful Sweden are at Eurovision generally. Since their non-qualification in 2010, they’ve only placed outside of the top five once in 2013 and have won the competition twice. It’s no secret that Sweden are a force to be reckoned with.

Rounding out the top five are Sara Aalto from Finland and Jessica Mauboy from Australia. Finland, with odds as low as 8/1, have seen their odds shortened drastically since the release of their first song for UMK 2018, “Monsters”, which has received high praise from the Eurovision community. Sitting comfortably in fifth place, Australia are currently seeing odds as low as 10/1 thanks to a great track record since their debut in 2015. Jessica Mauboy is a seasoned performer who has already performed on a Eurovision stage. Will this be advantageous for Australia at Eurovision 2018?

And completing the top ten are Sennek from BelgiumMikolas Josef from the Czech RepublicAlfred and Amaia from SpainArmenia and Aisel from Azerbaijan.

EUROVISION 2018 ODDS (FEBRUARY 11)

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Purple Mask
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50-1 odds on Portugal re-claiming the title. Is that not tempting anyone?

More realistically at the moment, go for Finland, Finland and oh, Finland. Probably with a mash-up of the three songs. 😛

Lastly, San Marino are at much better quality than in previous years. So a 100-1 bet might tempt some fans.

The rest of the bets look boringly predictable.

L'oiseau
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LOL!!!
The truth is that last year if anyone bet on Portugal at this point in time (which I very much doubt) he or she would have done a ton of money… Who knows for this year, right?

Rosi
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Bulgaria really wants to win and is trying to do the best and i hope they do it, becouse Portugal artist doesnt care about winning Eurovision, (so i dont know why are they participating) but bulgarian artist and BNT and bulgarian people will be really happy if they win!

Pavel
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Am I missing something? Did Bulgaria release a song? How are you selecting a front-runner without having heard their song choice yet. It’s been a wind-up for Bulgaria in the recent years and they are definitely due a 1st place, but the stars have to align for that to happen and the song has to be quality

Barbara
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And now Estonia leading itunes also just wow

Denis
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Estonia is Only number 1 due to IL Volo effect. Opera never works in ESC. Most of those who competed turned out to be fanwanks; nothing else. Hyped up by fans, beloved by none. Estonia hasn’t had a great track record either lately. Sending songs that turned out to be fanwanks, nothing more. Like in 2016 and 2017. Doubt very much it will be number 1 come May

Yossarian
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And yet, like you’re pointing out yourself, Il Volo did well. Why couldn’t another operatic song achieve a good result at ESC?

Aguzarova
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lol no Yulia at all in these odds.Imho top 10 is sure thing

Darth Thulhu
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A near-certainty to be in the Top Ten (and let’s be honest, it’s likely, because it’s Russia) is quite different from the odds of being the Winner. For example, from the moment it released, Yodel It! was almost certain to be Top Ten last year, but the odds of it Winning were always very long, given the Juries. Same with Samoylova. Samoylova is going to be given a solid package, and her limitations as a singer and performer will be covered with as much heartwarming wholesomeness as can be poured into it … but let’s be honest about the reality… Read more »
Joe
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What I’ll say is that I’d be delighted if Estonia won the thing…buuuuuttt we haven’t heard a lot of other songs, plus all that stuff dependent on La Forza going to Lisbon that I mentioned in another thread. In short: first it needs to win the nationals, then it needs to be tinkered with and staged and whatnot before the contest – if it wins the national final, then there’s the matter of the other songs both in Estonia’s semi-final and in the contest as a whole, thirty-four of which we either haven’t heard or haven’t been decided on yet,… Read more »
Briekimchi
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The relevant comparison would probably be Poland with Margaret two years ago. Bookies favourite based on the assumption that she would win and then when Micha? Szpak won the selection, it almost instantly dropped down to 40/1. Again, you can’t count your chickens but bookmakers offer odds to alleviate losses. Estonia are favourites because bookies are afraid of what a potentially strong and well-supported entry that they may have. On the subject of leaving betting until later…yes, if you want to get a more accurate reflection of the landscape, then you should. But, bookies use this to their advantage, too… Read more »
L'oiseau
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I followed the bookies quite closely last year after March. And they changed dramatically, apart from the obvious initial contenders like Italy or Sweden. Bulgaria last year jumped suddenly from a middle place to top 5 and Portugal from bottom to middle and then top during April, whilst Australia descended to a middle position having started quite high. Indeed, their predictions were pretty close, but only more closely to the actual event. So it is too soon to make any conclusions from them just yet.

Jo
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Portugal was 4th right after Festival da Cancao. He was on top during the ESC week, just before semifinal 1.

L'oiseau
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Sorry, but I don’t think so. It got to 4th position maybe two weeks or so after the FdC, where it stayed then for a long time. But during these two weeks it worked his way through from the middle positions. Also he got to the top only after SF1, which led to people speculating that he had won it, which indeed turned out to be true. Wiwi even made a piece on it.

Sangfreud
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Arguing about songs that haven’t even been chosen yet. Classic Wiwi.

Darth Thulhu
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They’ve got three months to fill with a thousand-plus posts. Gotta feed that beast! Gotta stoke those flames! Stoke! Stoke!

Kim
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Exactly. This article shouldn’t have even been published until all the songs are know . These odds are purely based on artist reputation not the song for esc and if you were stupid enough to bet this early you deserve to lose that bet.Thes types of articles are written purely to cause controversy and debate as everyone tries to defend their own country’s pride and by falling for this type of tactic . If you fall for this trick I have a lovely Arched Bridge with spectacular waterfront views for sale all offers considered -scam!!!

Hazar
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It is a bit strange. I dont know but I feel that Finland can win this year. But we have to wait Azerbaijan, The Netherlands, Sweden, Norway, Bulgaria and Estonia. I think potential winners will be choosen from these countries.

Goodnightmoon
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I’m not surprised Spain is that high (actually it should be even higher since it has better numbers than Belgium and Czech Republic if you look closer) the song is beautiful and they are extremelly charming, they can do really well. In Spain bettings are illegal so this has nothing to do with Spanish overhyping it, is just a very competent entry.

old boy
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lol spain?haha

Mark
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Can we just have a year when a banger wins instead of all these alternative songs?

Goodnightmoon
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There is nothing alternative about last year winner, it was just extremelly good and that’s what should win eurovision, something good banger or not.

Rory
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It happened with Sweden 2015. And then it was supposed to be Russia.

Marko
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Can’t wait to hear the “mess” from Bulgaria, they’re smashing it since their comeback in 2k16. Bring it on!!

Briekimchi
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Have to laugh at people saying odds don’t mean anything. The bookies are usually not that far off and last year (in particular), got the top ten pretty close. The bookies are not in the business of losing money. Having said that, the bookies tend not to follow Eurovision that close early on so you can get some really good odds, as a Eurovision fan, before countries actually pick their song. Estonia are already gone so if you missed that boat, too bad. You can, however, still get 30+/1 on Belarus and assuming that Alekseev wins, that could be great… Read more »
Briekimchi
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I would also recommend checking out Betfair Exchange if you want to see odds a bit more reflective of what is happening right now in Eurovision season. 😉

sloveneguy
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I’m kinda sad and angry rn. How dare you to choose your favorites even before all of the songs are released! Why is Slovenia on the last place again!
Please, be fair!

BBB
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Damn, i agree!

Mark
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Weak selection

Mike Soto
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Are any fans of A+A, Mikolas, Sennek, or any other qualifier going to Brest Friday night in the hopes of televoting for the perfect David to bring down Goliath?

Arizona Malone
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Oh, ok…opera at ESC…very new and succesfull, right? Has anyone heard about France 2011?

Jo
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Your comment expired in 2014.

Mark
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Plus Sweden 2009

desfolhada
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Estonia [La Forza] won’t win, I doubt Estonia being the jury’s fav

Mark
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I hope not. Eurovision’s reputation has taken a hit in the passed two years

Goodnightmoon
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What are you talking about dude? Last year winner is one of the most respected winners ever, Eurovision reputation is higher now.

Roma
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@Goodnightmoon He’s probably one of those fans who wants only upbeat songs participate in Eurovision and of course win it. Not gonna happen, love. It’s not 2008 anymore. 😛

Milla
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It’s funny, people seem to have heard all of Sweden’s songs :/ I haven’t so I can’t say anything about our chances of winning. The glass is half-full.

Mark
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Melodifestivalen has been up to standard this year

Jayjay
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Yes, indeed. A pretty bad one as usual.

Ffs
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…and so the brainwashing begins …

Eve
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Exactly!

Boy
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Mariette gonna Winn for Sweden, and she gonna be top 3 . Or maybe Winn ESC this year. Estonia its a joke.

Polegend Godgarina
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If only they knew about the mess Bulgaria wants to send…

Ari
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How do you know about the mess?

Hada
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Do you know something we don’t?

ron
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What do you know, Godgarina? Tell us!!! pleaseee *puppy face*

Jorge B.Spain
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Were you in that panel jury thing to select Bulgaria’s song?
Well let’s see if the mess will still be beautiful.

Polegend Godgarina
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No but I know someone who was and even though I can’t say anything about it they’re overdoing it and using a song that isn’t immediate at all.

bella
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Are they using someone who already competed for them?

bella
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Is it possible to be Kristian again?

Jorge B.Spain
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Thanks for replying. I know you can’t say anything about it and that we’ll have to wait ’till March.
Who knows? Maybe it’ll appeal upon release to a lot of people.

Mattias
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Bookies perfectly know what Bulgaria is up to as Gavin Lambert (esctips) was part of the primary voting panel

Steve
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Sweden was on top among the bookies for about a month. I remember that Sweden sent an opera act in 2009 or 2007. It had a huge success, but ranked lower than Sweden normally does. So, I don’t see Estonia winning with this opera act. Finland is so strong this year. Russia may find a killer song. Azerbaijan and Armenia have good potential (we already know that Armenia has some good songs). Belgium might top off guard. I guess Bulgaria might do quite well. Having said that, as for this moment, I see only Finland as winning material.

Rayne
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um.. sir, I don’t really think that Armenia has ANY chance to win the contest this year. OK, they have some songs (like Qami) that can give them a Top 10 result, but that’s just it. The most of the songs in Depi Evratesil are rather uninteresting or dated or cliché. I couldn’t find anything special there. It’s just Qami which’s good because of the singer’s strong vocals I think. On the other hand I expect something big from the countries like Bulgaria, Azerbaijan, Australia, Belgium, The Netherlands, Israel and of course Finland. “Monsters” is very good and it’s just… Read more »
Kaz
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Qami is their only hope. If they send Kamil Show they will have their second ever NQ

Rayne
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They might also pick Tamar which wouldn’t be a smart choice I think. That song is super cliché written Eurovision all over it. Of course some eurovision fans like it, because it screams eurovision. But the contest has changed over the years as we see and I don’t really think that this type of entries can do well nowadays. “Fly with me” was much better and the staging, the vocals, everything was on point, but they all they got was 18th. That just seems unrealistic Tamar doing better than Artsvik. As you said their only hope is Qami for Top… Read more »
keisha
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No country has sent a straight up opera entry, La Voix was popera and it was very tacky, same with Grande Amore and It’s My Life. The reason why they didn’t win was because of popera being cheesy and tacky. La Forza is both catchy and mezmerising and juries will die over it because Elina shows masterclass vocals and unique staging.

Steve
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Well…it all depends on the songs. Once the last song is selected, we will be able to compare them and pick our own winner…for example, for me, French song is ok, but had they sent Louka or Nassi, they would have received 20 votes from me. Now they will get null. At least, so far I haven’t seen anything authentic which may become a worldwide hit song. So, at least 15 countries are ready claim the trophy atm. As for Azerbaijan, I think they will not spare any money to send a great ding. However, seems they work with Kirkorov… Read more »
Skimur
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Something tells me that the winner will be from the second or even the third ten of today’s rating 🙂

Michael
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Why is everyone hating Sweden? Their top-5 are well deserved. Melfest 2018 has been weak so far but still we have 2 semifinals.Estonia is always considered a favorite and every year the fail. I could see Australia winning or Bulgaria. But mostly I would recommend for everyone to shut up. It’s too early to say anithing yet…Did anyone think this day a year ago that Portugal would win? Or 2 years ago that Ukraine would? For all that we know Netherlands, Belgium or Hungary could win..or even San Marino(Although I doubt that)

Mark
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San Marino are gonna send their best song ever

AngieP
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The top 10 has some obvious countries like Sweden, Australia as well as Armenia and Azerbaijan.

I couldn’t imagine a couple of years ago that Czech Republic would be in the top 10 in the betting odds. But their song this year is really good, so deserved.

Bulgaria and Belgium follow the success of the previous years and Finland has a great performer with the first song released to be already a favourite.

The surprise for me is Estonia and Spain being so high.

Hopefully, Italy and France are close to the top 10 though I expected France higher.

Esra
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If you want to win some money you need to be creative about it. Don’t trust the fan favourites. I would contact hardcore eurovision fans and ask them who is their least favourite in the contest and then I would bet exactly on that entry. lol

Esra
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I remember most of the eurovision fans had Portugal last in 2017. Now that you check those rankings it seems ridiculous. xD

redfox
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I think it is too early to be so sure Elina would win our Eesti Laul – it might be Stig or Iiris, too. although Elina would be classy (and we could send the National Mens´ Choir to support her in promotions).

Mark
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I don’t like ‘La Forza’ but it’s the best choice for Estonia. However I honest don’t want it to win Eurovision. We need a banger to win, not another alternative song.

Jayjay
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This is exactly what we don’t need. These ‘bangers’ that actually don’t get heard outside the ESC bubble, have ruined its reputation. Move on! this is isn’t the 00’s anymore

redfox
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what is a banger?

eurovision6
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Bookies also have Finland and Australia high up, none of which will win.. It means nothing..

Timo1962FI
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Meaning? Nobody thought last year, until the night of the grand final that Portugal would win? The ESC is just more than the statistics and odds and that is why it captivates me every single year.

Kris
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One day before Semi, Portugal had reached top position in odds.

Cobra863
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Personnaly speaking I don’t like the Finnish song, but I’d love to see the Czech Republic on the left side of the board, as well as Estonia if they send “La Forza”.

Joe
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I make no bets until we’re much closer to the contest.

Fatima
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Recent years have told us, we should be looking beyond the favourites right now if we want to win some money.

Michael
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On one hand, I don’t know how people can be so quick to assume La Forza can win, but on the other, I don’t get how they can be so confident it will flop. It does stand out, Elina is incredibly talented, they won’t fail. But I’m hesitant to say she will win. Sweden has no real good songs this year. We don’t know what Bulgaria is sending and Finland is overrated. Fun to speculate, but we have to at least know all the songs before we start taking this seriously. But most of the time they’re on to something.… Read more »
Andy
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You’re right about Sweden. They were first in the bookies but started dropping with every weekly reveal.

Kaz
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I will admit I think La Forza is to left field to win however I would love if it does. I mean Salvador won last year so there is some hope. This is all also if she even wins the national selection (which I think she will). I think Estonia at the bare minimum will get top 20.

Leo M
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I’m not a fan of Elina, seems like she is just screeching into the mic for 3 minutes. I really don’t get the hype around it. I can definitely see Bulgaria sending something strong because they seem in it to in it and Czech Rep is definitely a dark horse as well.

llo
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Everybody here are talking theoretically but for gods sake did you even listened to La Forza. It’s amazing. I don’t like opera no way but this song is pure magic and Estonias performances are always different in ESC from what they do in national selection. If so much love and hate already it means it truly is a favorite.

Andy
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Totally agreed! I don’t like the genre either and I wasn’t a big fan of previous opera song in ESC, but there’s something in La Forza that draws in people.

Pavel
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Amazingly boring.

beccaboo1212
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Yeah, right. Opera deserves to be banned from Eurovision after this year. 😛

Jo
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Opera should be allowed only for 16 and 17 years old singers.

Joe
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Burn!

ArmRus
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Goosebumps and only goosebumps from “La forza”, if it wins Estonia will be my winner together with France.
I also like Denmark this year, the performance reminds me of Lord of kings 😛

Eve
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Bookies better shut up.

Jo
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This is pretty much useless: – As I said before, La Forza is #1 because of the “Il Volo effect”; – Bulgaria is 2nd just because their recent results, which means nothing for 2018; – Idem for Belgium; – Sweden is always there, even when they don’t have a winner song, like in 2017; – Finland’s Monsters is a flop and you must be clueless if you think that song can win ESC. – In general, I believe Australia and The Netherlands are the two countries with the biggest chance of winning right now, judging only by the artists. However,… Read more »
Ronda
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Azerbaijan is another country to look for. Also I don’t think they have Finland that high only because of “Monsters”. I mean that’s the first song she presented so far and it’s not bad at all. So it seems the best is yet to come from Saara.

Timo1962FI
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We are clueless and your prediction is a flop. Did you know, that this Monsters-song was just a beginning? There will be two more and at the end of the final, starting at 21CET on 12th May, you will be mighty ashamed for what you wrote here 😀 Deal with it luv.

Jo
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You’re so right, I can’t even cope.

Franck
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I think we can expect a France 2011 like scenario : an opera song that’s 1st in the betting odds but that end up in the right side of the scoreboard.

Daniel
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Hahahahaha, who says “Sognu” was an opera song? Learn the difference between a classically-trained singer and a true opera singer before spitting stupid opinions again 😛

esc1234
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la forza is the typical fandom flop.

Paul
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Do people seriously think Finland can win?

Timo1962FI
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Almost 400 000 viewers on youtube up to tonight, just within 48 hours. Did people seriously thought Finland can win back in 2006? And we only just have heard 1 of those 3 songs to be chosen to represent Finland. People seriously think Finland can win this year.

Belle
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Estonia and La Forza are so OVERRATED!

Sweden can I see place in top 3. Not sure about Bulgaria. I want to hear the song first.

moioi
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Swedish entries this year are so overrated. Tbh, Benjamin Ingrosso has te best song but his song remains a bit clichee. I dont see any Top 10 in Melodifestivalen actually. I hope Dotter or Mariette will do better than the actually awful songs

Belle
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Mello 2018 songs are much better than anything Estonia have. Estonia often is very overrated. Sweden has finished top 5 in every year since 2011 except 2013. Can you say that about Estonia? No right you can’t.

Michael
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No way Sweden will finish in the top 3 unless something dramatic comes in the next couple weeks. Their best bet is Benjamin, who is really trying to be Robin with flashing lights. Please try to look at these songs objectively, instead of through the eyes of them being from Swede.

Aaron
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Belle , you answered your own (incorrect) statement, Estonia are far from overrated have they finished in the top 5 every year with generic songs…no! So it’s wrong to say Estonia are overrated as they haven’t qualified in 2 years.

Ugnius
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I think she had in mind that Estonia is always overrated by the bookies. And this is true, I can’t remember when did they finish as high as predicted

tamar
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@Belle
Sweden is very weak. I do think they should send Samir and Viktor, at least they are fun. Sweden is so overrated that it becomes an addiction. Benjamin is a 1980 joke. The guy John with the ballad is Omar from Slovenia 2017, but of course he would end up higher just because is from Sweden. Enough already with this overestimated country Sweden.

Bookies are stupid
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The bookies are stupid in February. Actually i can understand the bookies for Estonia who have a potential winner with La Forza but for Bulgaria and Estonia WTF ? Bulgaria doesnt have any song and with what we discover actually in Melodifestivalen, Sweden doesnt have any song who actually deserve a 3rd place in the bookies actually. And these countries are not the only ones. So just wait March/April to have better books not now.

Bookies are stupid
Guest

But for Bulgaria and Sweden*

West
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Bookies couldn’t care less about the actual songs or lack of them – they adjust their scores according to what the people bet on and what are they most likely going to bet on.

tamar
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In the Saara video the cat appears at 1.35.
This is what I want to see.

Flynn
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Bulgaria and Sweden are only ones in that top 5 that I can see placing that high. Bookmakers usually give Eurofan favourites too much credit and they usually and up at least 5 places lower than expected. Estonia usually have one of the fan favourites and hardly ever place well, La Forza I think will be a bit too classical for wider audiences although I doubt it, it might be to the point of a non-qualification. Spain is over rated every year their songs usually aren’t enjoyed by most people outside of Spain and everyone knows how vocal and rabid… Read more »
John
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You are definitely wrong with the Czech Republic! This song will bring them into TOP 15 if not TOP 10 😉

Flynn
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They’ll need televoting points similar to Poland 2016 to achieve top 10. They’re usually bottom or close to bottom with televote and the outdated trumpet sound will get them mid-table with televote and a low jury score there is a solid chance it won’t even qualify, it’s usually middle of people’s rankings at the moment and the revealed songs are incredibly weak. If it can barely stand out in these weak songs then it has no chance once the heavy hitters are announced

John
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I disagree. If you don’t like Lie To Me, then it is your problem. Most people like it or love it, so it is going to slay and reach the TOP 10. Deal with it 😀

Pasadena
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Predictions are difficult at this point, that’s why it’s so fun to speculate.. 🙂 I think that Estonia, Spain, Czech Republic and Finland all have very good chances of getting into top 10. I don’t think the juries or televoters care about what country it is, I think it’s all about the song.

meygladsiepo
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You forgot to add France in your list.

Michael
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Sweden is not going to finish in the top 5. Their songs are too weak. If they do, it will be because of jury hype. Bulgaria might, we don’t know the song. Estonia will qualify with La Forza, there is no way that the jury will let this slip through, plus the staging will give it a push as well. Regarding Spain, I don’t ever remember Barei or Edurne being in the top 10. At best, they were around 16th or so, so this is not simply Eurofan hype. I don’t know how you can so confidently talk about how… Read more »
Flynn
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As for Sweden, If I Was Sorry was incredibly weak yet still got top 5, I do think public opinion is slipping for Sweden but jury will continue eating them high as long as they keep writing everyone else’s songs. Estonia is a likely qualifier but it’s momentum will slow down like it did with Italy but I wouldn’t be surprised if it ended up like Verona Portugal was a multi-generational song and was built on emotion and atmosphere and even though I didn’t like I could see it’s merit, Czechia has a vapid pop song and won’t catch the… Read more »
T
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How can you even say that Sweden wont finish in the top 5 when there’s still 14 songs to be revealed? Lol

Timo1962FI
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If and if… lots of things would be different if the if would come true. Even the cows could fly. Finland and Saara will slay this year. Deal with it luv.

Polegend Godgarina
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If you knew what Bulgaria was up to, you wouldn’t even think they’ll qualify tbh. They weren’t as lucky as in 2016-7 with the submissions, I’ll stop here.

Jo
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Are they going to send a desperate ex-ESC winner for another desperate attempt of winning? lmao.

Joe
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If a winner’s gonna compete for another country, wouldn’t it be one they have some kind of a connection to? I mean, Anne-Marie David sang for France after singing for Luxembourg, and that made sense, bc she’s actually French. If Rybak sang for Belarus, I’d get it. But Bulgaria doesn’t have a tie to any winner, and honestly, I don’t think they have anyone worth sending back for another try (Kristian should be happy with his second place and Poli with her fourth – one more for each would feel unnecessary. Plus, they sent back the “Water” duo and look… Read more »
Gints
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Can someone add a link with bookies prediction

Vlad
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Where is Russia in the odds?

redfox
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it is never odd enough

blondboybc
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Currently sitting in 6th.