All of the Eurovision semi-finalists have now completed their first rehearsals, and the bookies are adjusting their odds for who will win Eurovision 2014.
One of the major developments is that Ukraine’s Mariya Yaremchuk has climbed to fourth place with most bookies. At PaddyPower, for instance, her odds have narrowed from 16/1 and ninth place to 14/1 and fourth place (as of April 30, 2014). She’s passed Norway and the UK in the process. Mariya brought a hamster wheel to Copenhagen and is channeling the spirit and resilience of the Ukrainian people. Can she keep it going?
Sanna continues to keep it close with Aram Mp3. Perhaps the bookies are consulting the OGAE fan clubs?
Norway is silently slipping out of contention, having dropped from fourth favourite on April 15 to sixth today. But Carl isn’t the only one slipping. Romania will need a miracle to win. The duo was sitting happily at 14/1 odds a few weeks ago, but now is at 20/1 with PaddyPower and 33/1 with Ladbrokes. Do you think the drama about alleged video plagiarism had an impact?
You can check out the latest Eurovision bettings odds on WHO’LLWIN.com.
Eurovision Odds to win the final