Now that the complete lineup and starting order is known for the Eurovision 2011 final, betting agencies are busy adjusting their odds. Who will win Eurovision 2011? Here’s what the bookies say as of May 13, just hours after the second semi-final.
The first dress rehearsal for the second semi-final doesn’t start for another hour, but the betmakers are already adjusting their odds.
Lena’s lead in the Google prediction poll seems to have been short-lived as Jedward have retaken the lead—and extended it.
Rehearsals for the second semi-final kick off today. So that we can better gauge the bookies’ reaction to those performances afterwards, Wiwi has averaged the odds from a dozen leading betting agencies and listed them below.
With the Eurovision final just two weeks away, the bookies have their ear to the ground and their eye on rehearsals. The latest set of odds show that France’s Amaury Vassili has become an even firmer favorite to win Eurovision 2011.
The first ten acts competing in the first semi-final rehearsed this morning. That means bookies and oddsmakers will be busy re-calibrating their predictions for Eurovision 2011. As such, Wiwi has taken an average of odds from 11 leading agencies. Here’s how things stand as of May 1.
Przemek Bartos, Wiwi’s pal and a Eurovision expert based in Poland, has visited some of the most popular Eurovision sites around Europe and compiled the results of their semi-final prediction polls. He’s assigned countries 0 to 12 points based on their performance in the respective polls and come up with the following rankings.
Azerbaijan’s Ell & Nikki are the bookies’ early favorite, but Hungary’s Kati Wolf and Norway’s Stella Mwangi are breathing down their necks.