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EuroMillions Rollover this Friday

The EuroMillions jackpot this Friday 22 October will be worth €28 million (around £25 million) after no player won the top prize in the last draw. The EuroMillions results for last Friday 15 October were 02, 31, 36, 38 and 43, and the Lucky Star numbers were 03 and 07. After taking all of those numbers into account we can tell you that the most overdue numbers now are 20, 14, 10, 23 and 07, and the most overdue Lucky Stars are 02 and 04. Full details of those numbers and more can be found on our EuroMillions Statistics page.

Seven lucky players matched the five main EuroMillions numbers and one of the two Lucky Star numbers to land a hefty consolation prize of €464,144 (around £333,245) each. Another seven players matched the five main numbers only (but none of the Lucky Stars) to win a third tier prize of €131,716 (around £94,570) each. 103 EuroMillions players matched four main numbers and both Lucky Star numbers to win €6,394 (around £4,591) each. And as if all of that wasn’t enough, one UK player won £1,000,000 by matching the Millionaire Raffle number, which was RZY355667.

In total, more than 1.76 million EuroMillions prizes were won last Friday, so even though the jackpot itself wasn’t landed there were still plenty of people with something to celebrate after the draw had taken place. Now that there is a rollover jackpot of €28 million to play for this Friday 22 October it is almost certain that even more people will buy tickets to give themselves a chance of winning, and with each ticket having a 1 in 38 chance of winning any prize at all that should result in even more EuroMillions prizes being won this week!

Regular readers who are still wondering who won the Mega Jackpot rollover on Friday 8 October can join the club, because everyone else is wondering the same thing! The owner of the winning ticket – which is worth £113 million – still hasn’t come forward to claim their prize. What we can tell you is that the winning ticket is rumoured to have been purchased in the Coventry area, so if you are a UK reader who has ever purchased a EuroMillions ticket in that part of the country, it might be worth double-checking your pockets for misplaced tickets!

For everyone else, play EuroMillions online today and this time next week you just might be £25 million richer. If that isn’t a big enough incentive to participate in Europe’s favourite lottery game then we don’t know what would be!

Published: Mon, 18 October 2010 - 11:42am
Last Updated: Thu, 5 June 2014 - 11:48am
Published By: Euro-Millions.com