British bookies William Hill have released their first set of Eurovision odds and have named Israel’s Harel Skaat the favorite to take home the Eurovision crown in Oslo. Harel’s song, Milim (Words), is at 5/1. Azerbaijan’s Sarufa (singing Drip Drop) is a close second at 11/2, followed by Denmark at 6/1 and Norway at 15/2. You can view the full list of odds below. Click on any country to see their entry.
12/1 Greece, Armenia and Sweden
33/1 Slovakia, Iceland, United Kingdom, Ireland and Turkey
40/1 Moldova, Spain and Romania
50/1 Russia, Malta, Lithuania, Cyprus and Georgia
66/1 Bosnia & Herzegovina, Estonia, Albania and Serbia
80/1 Finland and Switzerland
100/1 Latvia, Belarus, Portugal, France, Bulgaria and The Netherlands
200/1 FYR Macedonia and Poland
I think Ireland have a good chance this year. SO PLEEEEEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAAAASSSSSSSSSSSEEEEEEEEE vote for them
Kenga e julianes eshte me e mira,,,,Love the Albanian song.
I think that the most beautiful song of this eurovision is from Albania,Juliana is very talented and she has an amaizing voice…..
My top favorite is The Netherlands. Absoultely brilliant song
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i`m very glad to see my nativeland -AZERBAIJAN on the top of the list of course as an azerbaijanian i believe to our victory very0very much because of our song that was valued as one of the best?for our better vocal?beautiful singer so go ahead safura go ahead AZERBAIJAN
harel akaat you so good!!!!i so love your songgggg you are my favorite good lak!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!love you!!!!!
now bookies belive that azerbaijan has best chances, but I disaprove – vocal is sooooo bad
my favorites are:
The bookies may be wrong about Finland, but they are right about Israel. HAREL SKAAT YOU ARE MY FAVORITE! I LOVE YOU!
I think that William Hill may be totally misinformed. For instance, how can the Ukraine have such high odds when they have just CANCELLED their current entry and started looking for another? makes no sense. Also, I agree: Finland cannot be that low. Impossible.