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Eurovision Song Contest 2024: Odds to win

The 2024 Eurovision Song Contest draws closer with Switzerland and Croatia currently vying for favouritism.

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Eurovision Song Contest 2024 odds

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Ukraine are the joint-most successful nation of the 21st century with three wins, alongside Sweden, and are bidding for a fourth victory with Alyona Alyona and Jerry Heil's song Teresa & Maria.

As well as their three wins since first entering in 2003, Ukraine have two runners-up finishes, three more top-fives and four top-10s, never failing to qualify for the final.

Sung in Ukrainian - like their 2022 winner Stefania - the duo revealed the song is about inspiring hope and was the early favourite before being overtaken in the betting by the popular Croatian entry, Rim Tim Tagi Dim and Switzerland's The Code.

Croatia's much less traditional Eurovision entry has drawn comparisons to 2023 runner-up Cha Cha Cha by Finland's Kaarija and has already proved popular amongst fans, overtaking Ukraine as the favourite throughout March before being displaced by Switzerland.

Switzerland have seen their price cut from 9/1 to 7/1 through March but have more recently been cut to 12/5 favourites and are now 15/8.

bet365's Steve Freeth said: "Ahead of the 2024 Eurovision Song Contest, punters have landed on Nemo, and his song ‘The Code’. In a track that combines Rap and Opera – that showcases the performer's versatility – it is easy to see why they feel this has all the ingredients to make a big splash in Malmo in May.

"The evident confidence and momentum behind the track has largely come about in the past 10 days, as Nemo embarks on live performances of his track that have wowed fans. Being as big as 40/1 in late February, the price has firmed up significantly since the end of March from 7/1 into 15/8 current favouritism."

The United Kingdom's price has drifted from 14/1 to 50/1 and now 66/1 after Olly Alexander's Dizzy was released on Friday 1st March.

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