Eurovision 2019 odds: Favourites revealed as live final begins

Eurovision Song Contest latest odds

eurovision 2019 odds

Here are the latest Eurovision 2019 odds ahead of tonight's live show.

The 2019 Eurovision Song Contest begins at 8PM tonight on BBC One in the UK.

The Netherlands head into the Eurovision final as the shortest ever priced favourite with bookies Ladbrokes.

Duncan Laurence finds himself at just 8/11 with the bookies to be crowned as tonight's Eurovision winner in Tel Aviv, with Australia looking to be the closest rivals of the Dutch at 11/2.

The UK Eurovision entry 2019 is singer Michael Rice, who previously won BBC One's singing contest All Together Now.

Michael and his song Bigger Than Us, written by Laurell Barker, Anna-Klara Folin, John Lundvik and Jonas Thander, will appear in Tel Aviv tonight after being chosen in the You Decide show.

Unfortunately for the UK it's more likely that Michael Rice finishes in last (4/1) than causes an almighty upset and wins as a 150/1 outsider.

However he said ahead of tonight's competition: "I believe in this song 100%. It might just be a ballad but that song's got a big message and I can't wait to perform it and show the rest of the world what this song's all about.

"I think you have to be positive when it comes to stuff like this. Some people do take the mickey out of it and these other countries really do take it seriously."

Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: "It looks like The Netherlands already have one hand on success, and it would be the biggest Eurovision shock of all-time if Laurence didn't emerge victorious."

Eurovision 2019 odds

Ladbrokes latest Eurovision betting

Netherlands 8/11
Australia 11/2
Switzerland 6/1
Sweden 12/1
Iceland 16/1

Italy 16/1
Azerbaijan 20/1
Russia 20/1
France 25/1
Norway 25/1
50/1 bar

UK to finish last 4/1
UK to get nil point 12/1
UK to win 150/1

Eurovision 2019 airs 8PM on Saturday night on BBC One with Graham Norton.

There will also be coverage live on Radio 2.

The UK entry will perform 16th out of 26 in the Eurovision 2019 running order, which was confirmed ahead of the live show.

The competition is due to finish at around 11:40PM but has overrun in past years.

Rylan Clark-Neal, who co-hosted the semi-finals, will be the UK's spokesperson giving the results of our jury vote.

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