It was only yesterday we reported that Malta had jumped to second favourite to win Eurovision 2021. And just when you thought things were settled, the bookies have updated their odds tables yet again, pushing Malta all the way to the top of the betting table.
Malta, of course, revealed their song for Eurovision 2021 on Monday. With “Je me casse”, Destiny sings about female empowerment. It has shades of Beyoncé set against some Charleston electro swing. By Wednesday she had become second favourite to win with odds as low as 19/5 according to Eurovision Oddschecker. And now our girl has narrowed to as low as 3/1 to put her on top. As she’s still in a sea of blue, the rise seems unlikely to stop in the days ahead. Damn gurl: This is how you do it!
Eurovision 2021 odds: Malta the new favourite to win
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Malta being first means that Switzerland has dropped off the top spot. But let’s keep it real: Gjon’s Tears is still considered a favourite to win and is in a very good spot with odds as low as 41/10. Many agencies have him level with Destiny.
At the time of writing, France and its star Barbara Pravi sit in the third spot with odds as low as 8/1. She’s a Top 5 stalwart alongside, Victoria, who is representing Bulgaria and has odds as low as 13/2, and Italy’s Måneskin with odds as low as 9/1.
The following list shows the Top 10 favourites to win the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 according to the bookies. We’re listing the best price available.
- Malta – 19/5
- Switzerland – 41/10
- France – 10/1
- Bulgaria – 23/2
- Italy – 12/1
- Sweden – 13/1
- Lithuania – 17/1
- Iceland – 23/1
- Cyprus – 37/1
- Norway – 37/1
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