Can Using EuroMillions Statistics Help You Start April in Style?
1st April 2016 9:15 AM
A EuroMillions jackpot of £31 million (€39 million) will be up for grabs in tonight’s draw and players from across the continent will be mulling over how to select their numbers. While many ticket holders will stick to their favourites and lots will go for the Quick Pick option, others might decide to base their choices on statistics.
The odds of hitting the jackpot remain the same regardless of which combination of numbers you pick, but by analysing the information from past draws you might feel inspired to enter a different line. For example, if you wanted to select numbers based on the balls which have been drawn most frequently, you would opt for 4, 19, 38, 44 and 50 with Lucky Stars 3 and 8. If you decided that those numbers which haven’t put in an appearance for a while are due to be drawn tonight, you would select 11, 17, 18, 35 and 45 with Lucky Stars 1 and 4.
Visit the EuroMillions Statistics section for all the latest information, including frequency tables, graphs and everything you might want to know about the most common pairs or triplets. The statistics page also charts how the EuroMillions jackpot grows quickly between major wins, and there have now been three rollovers since the top prize was last scooped, by a ticket holder from Portugal who pocketed €59.6 million (£46.5 million).
It might just be that the run of rollovers comes to an end tonight and someone from Europe lands the life-changing jackpot, perhaps by using the statistics to pick a whole new set of numbers. Tickets can be bought online or by heading down to any authorised retailer in one of the participating countries, and Euro-Millions.com will display all the winning numbers right after the draw so you can accurately check to see how you have done. Good luck!
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