Azerbaijan’s Safura has widened her lead over the field, with London’s bet365 now listing her as the 2:1 favorite as of March 28. This widens her lead over Israel’s Harel Skaat who stands at 6:1. Germany’s Lena Meyer-Landrut, who also leads Wiwi’s poll “Who Will Win Eurovision 2010,” has now moved into a tie with Israel according to bet365’s predictions. She has gained momentum over the past several days and looks poised to overtake Israel if this trend continues. Armenia’s Eva Rivas, singing Apricot Stone, and Croatia’s Feminnem, singing Everything Is Easy, seem to have cemented their place in the Top 5. Norway’s Didrik Solli-Tangen, however, has fallen out of the Top 5 for the first time since the bookies began releasing odds.