The second-tier prize fund was worth €1,096,061 and just one ticket matched the five main numbers and one Lucky Star, so that ticket scooped the whole lot to give its owner millionaire status. Seven tickets matched the five main numbers without either Lucky Star to win €52,193 (£37,009) each. 31 tickets won €5,893 (£4,178) each after matching four main numbers and both Lucky Stars, and the total number of EuroMillions prizes won on Tuesday was 1,730,549. The Millionaire Raffle number, which made one UK player £1 million richer, was LRL643710.
The jackpot in the next EuroMillions game this Friday 15 June will be worth around €26 million (around £21 million). Players who like to include one or more of our ‘most overdue’ numbers among their selections haven’t had much success of late, but perhaps their time will come this week. The most overdue main numbers at the time of writing are 42, 07, 23, 18 and 45, whilst the most overdue Lucky Star numbers are 04 and 06. And don’t forget that you can always obtain the latest ‘most overdue’ numbers by visiting our EuroMillions Statistics page.
Whether the jackpot will be won this Friday or whether this is the start of yet another extended series of rollovers is something that we won’t know until the draw has taken place. Keep things safe and simple by playing EuroMillions online today and good luck with your selections!