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Eurovision 2023 Outright Odds: Sweden fancied to win seventh Eurovision title

The 2023 Eurovision Song Contest is being held in the UK for the first time since 1998 and there are a number of countries looking to make history by winning the showpiece event.

It’s the 67th version of Eurovision coming up, with the winner announced on Saturday 13th May. 

WhatEurovision Song Contest 2023
WhereLiverpool Arena, United Kingdom
WhenTuesday 9th May - Saturday 13th May 2023
How to watchBBC One
Outright oddsSweden 4/7, Finland 7/4, Ukraine 15/2, France 15/2, Spain 16/1, United Kingdom 40/1

Albania – 500/1

Albina & Familja Kelmendi - 'Duje' 

Albina Kelmendi – who finished runner-up in Albania’s version of ‘The Voice’ in 2014 – is joined by five members of her family on this traditional track.

Armenia – 125/1

Brunette - 'Future Lover' 

Brunette (aka Elen Yeremyan) is a singer-songwriter who is just 21 years of age. This track, released as a single in March, starts like a ballad and then kicks in to an R&B vibe.

Australia – 150/1

Voyager - 'Promise' 

Progressive metal band Voyager, made up of five members, represent Australia, with the distinctive voice of frontman Danny Estrin.

Austria – 50/1

Teya & Salena - 'Who The Hell is Edgar?' 

Teya (Teodora Spiric) and Salena (Selina-Maria Edbauer) are a female duo who have created this pop-rap song.

Belgium – 300/1

Gustaph - 'Because of You' 

Stef Caers (Gustaph) is a Belgian singer-songwriter and has been a backing vocalist at the 2018 and 2021 Eurovision Song Contests. This is a catchy house track, which was released as a single in January.

Croatia – 125/1

Let 3 - 'Mama ŠČ' 

This shock rock band have one of the few tracks that isn’t sung in English and their performance will likely raise a few eyebrows.

Cyprus – 250/1

Andrew Lambrou - 'Break a Broken Heart' 

Australian-Cypriot Lambrou featured on Season 7 of Australia’s X Factor and will hope to claim success with this ballad.

Czechia – 66/1

Vesna - 'My Sister's Crown' 

Folk band Vesna are a six-piece who were formed in 2016, with frontwoman Patricie Fuxova the brains behind the group. Parts of the song are sung in English, Ukrainian, Bulgarian and Czech.

Denmark – 500/1

Reiley - 'Breaking My Heart' 

Born in the Faroe Islands, Reiley (Rani Peterson) is a social media influencer as well as an electro-pop singer.

Estonia – 250/1

Alika - 'Bridges' 

Singer-songwriter Alika Milova plays the piano as well as singing this year’s song for Estonia.

Finland – 7/4

Käärijä - 'Cha Cha Cha' 

Flamboyant Finish rapper Käärijä is expected to do well with his electronic hip-hop/rock anthem Cha Cha Cha.

France – 15/2

La Zarra - 'Évidemment' 

French-Canadian singer La Zarra (Fatima-Zahra Hafdi) is guaranteed to be in the final 26 with her powerful pop track.

Georgia – 300/1

Iru - 'Echo' 

Irinia ‘Iru’ Khechanovi won Junior Eurovision as part of a band in 2011 and the progressive pop act was selected via ‘The Voice Georgia’.

Germany – 150/1

Lord of the Lost - 'Blood & Glitter' 

Lord of the Lost are a five-piece ‘dark rock’ group and this is the lead single from their 11th studio album.

Greece – 500/1

Victor Vernicos - 'What They Say' 

Teenage singer Victor was born in Athens to a Danish father and Greek mother and is the youngest artist to represent Greece in Eurovision, at 16 years old.

Iceland – 500/1

Diljá - 'Power' 

Iceland have never won Eurovision and this year are pinning their hopes on pop track ‘Power’, sung by 21-year-old singer Dilija Petursdottir.

Israel – 12/1

Noa Kirel - 'Unicorn' 

Singer, dancer and presenter Noa Kirel looks to be Israel’s equivalent to Dua Lipa and ‘Unicorn’ looks to have a good chance of finishing in the top three on 13th May.

Italy – 50/1

Marco Mengoni - 'Due Vite' 

After winning the third series of Italy’s X Factor, Marco Mengoni is competing in his second Eurovision after representing his country in 2013.

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Lithuania – 300/1

Monika Linkytė - 'Stay' 

This is the fourth time that singer-songwriter Monika Linkytė has represented Lithuania at Eurovision and has finished in the top 10 on all three previous occasions.

Moldova – 250/1

Pasha Parfeni - 'Soarele si Luna' 

For the second time, Pasha Parfeni will be singing the Moldovan Eurovision entry, looking to beat his 11th place of 2012.

Norway – 20/1

Alessandra - 'Queen of Kings' 

It was 2009 when Norway last won Eurovision, but pop songstress Alessandra is expected to challenge for top spot with a track that made number one in her homeland.

Poland – 200/1

Blanka - 'Solo' 

Singer and model Blanka released her first single in as a 13-year-old and now, at the age of 23, is looking to win the event for Poland for the very first time.

Portugal – 150/1

Mimicat - 'Ai Coração' 

Marisa Isabel Lopes Mena (stage name Mimicat) is a soul and pop singer and her track 'Ai Coração' translates to ‘Oh Heart’.

Romania – 500/1

Theodor Andrei - 'DGT (Off and On)' 

Romania is another nation that has never previously won Eurovision and their hopes are resting on electropop singer Theodor Andrei.

San Marino – 500/1

Piqued Jacks - 'Like An Animal' 

Piqued Jacks is a four-piece Italian funk-rock band who have released three studio albums and will represent San Marino in Liverpool.

Serbia – 150/1

Luke Black - 'Samo Mi Se Spava' 

Luke Black (real name Luka Ivanovic) is a singer-songwriter who studied and lives in the UK. 'Samo Mi Se Spava' is a track that has both Serbian and English lyrics.

Slovenia – 200/1

Joker Out - 'Carpe Diem' 

Slovenia are represented by indie pop-rock group Joker Out and their upbeat track ‘Carpe Diem’.

Spain – 16/1

Blanca Paloma - 'Eaea' 

Spain are one of six nations to go straight into the final, with female artist Blanca Paloma looking to secure her country’s first Eurovision win since 1969.

Sweden – 4/7

Loreen - 'Tattoo' 

The strong antepost favourites are Sweden, who would tie Ireland’s seven victories if they are successful in Liverpool. Dance-pop singer songwriter Loreen will perform the dance-ballad, looking to repeat her success from 2012.

Switzerland – 80/1

Remo Forrer - 'Watergun' 

Singer Remo Forrer – who can play the flute and the piano - is another former contestant on ‘The Voice’, winning the third season of the Swiss talent show.

Ukraine – 15/2

Tvorchi - 'Heart of Steel' 

Last year’s winning nation will be represented by electric music duo Tvorchi – with producer/keyboard player Andrii Hutsuliak and singer Jeffrey Kenny.

United Kingdom – 40/1

Mae Muller - 'I Wrote a Song' 

Pop-R&B singer Mae Muller enjoyed top-40 success in the UK and US with her debut single ‘Better Days’, released in 2021. The Londoner will look to win a sixth Eurovision title for the UK.

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