Italy are currently on track to win Eurovision for the first time since 1990, according to the bookmakers. Barbara Pravi from France is not far behind, with both nations pushing ahead as the two odds-on favourites this year.
Måneskin’s entry Zitti E Buoni has gained traction in the odds since rehearsals began, and have now moved into the number one spot for the first time this year.
The odds have shifted significantly since rehearsals began, with all countries now having completed their second rehearsals. Both Malta and Switzerland were well backed before May, but have since dropped to third and sixth in the betting market respectively. Iceland, Bulgaria, and Cyprus are also in the mix this year in Rotterdam.
You can check out the Eurovision bookmakers odds as of the 15th May below:
Australia’s Montaigne is currently 28th in the betting odds to win. She has a 36% chance to qualify from the first semi-final.