Should a player successfully match the winning combination, they will become the tenth EuroMillions jackpot winner of 2014 and will take home the third largest jackpot seen so far this year. The highest jackpot value so far in 2014 was for the draw on 7th January and reached a staggering £108 million (€130 million) before it was finally won and shared between one ticket holder from France and another from Spain.
Coming in a close second on the winning jackpot leaderboard was UK resident Neil Trotter, who bagged a slightly smaller jackpot of £107 million (€129 million) on 14th March. However, as Trotter was the only player to match all seven numbers in the draw, he took home the entire amount.
Trotter accepted his win publicly and admitted during the press conference that he’d bought the winning ticket on a whim after having a ‘funny feeling’ that his numbers would come up. Have you got a funny feeling that tonight could be your night? If so, don’t miss out on your chance to be the next big winner and follow the Play EuroMillions tab for more information.