Who will take home the Eurovision trophy in 2015?
Who will take home the Eurovision trophy in 2015?

With 60 days until the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest begins, let’s take a look at how the bookmakers predict this year’s contest will pan out. Last year however, the bookmakers at this point had Austria winning at around 40/1, not changing until after the semi finals, with the Netherlands at around 150/1. Although in previous years they had Emmelie from Denmark as hot favourite and in the previous year they had Loreen as hot favourite. Will the bookmakers be correct in 2015?
As opposed to looking at all bookmakers, we will take a look art one of the leading companies, William Hill:
5/2 Sweden
7/2 Italy
4/1 Estonia
8/1 Australia
12/1 Finland
14/1 Slovenia
16/1 Norway
20/1 Azerbaijan
20/1 Russia
20/1 United Kingdom
25/1 Armenia
25/1 Belgium
33/1 Greece
33/1 Latvia
33/1 Spain
40/1 Austria
50/1 Cyprus
50/1 Malta
50/1 Romania
66/1 France
66/1 Germany
66/1 Holland
66/1 Iceland
66/1 Ireland
66/1 Serbia
80/1 Hungary
80/1 Israel
80/1 Lithuania
100/1 Albania
100/1 Belarus
100/1 Czech Republic
100/1 Denmark
100/1 Macedonia
100/1 Georgia
100/1 Moldova
100/1 Montenegro
100/1 Poland
100/1 Portugal
100/1 San Marino
100/1 Switzerland

All bookmakers currently have Sweden as the favourite to win in May, as well as all holding Italy second favourite to win, and Estonia third favourite to win. After that all bookmakers have different countries in different positions.

Over the next sixty days the odds may not change too much, but once the first semi final is over the odds will change dramatically, as we have seen in previous years.

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  1. […] A month ago we took a look at the betting odds for the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest. Today we will take a look to see how the odds have changed. It is unlikely that the odds will change much until the rehearsals begin, but within the last month some countries have changed significantly. When we last took a look at the odds we looked at one of the leading bookmakers, William Hill, so today we will do the same. You can check the former odds HERE. […]

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