Eurovision 2021: The Favourites To Win Revealed


The Eurovision Song Contest (Eurovision 2021) will be on our telly screens this weekend, and it’s time to try and figure out who’s going to win.

If you’re not familiar with Eurovision, then have you been living under a rock.

It’s only the world’s biggest singing contest and it’s watched by millions the world over.

Tomorrow night 2021’s grand Eurovision finale will air all over the world and I’m pretty sure that many of you will like to know who the favourites are to win are.

It’s usually good to know which songs the ‘experts’ think have the best chance of coming away with the much-coveted Eurovision Song Contest trophy.

Who are the favourites to win 2021’s Eurovision Song Contest?

Eurovision 2021 winners revealed

Credit: Smarkets

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Ok, so let’s get into the acts that you should really take notice of tomorrow night.

It seems as though 2021’s going to be the battle of the French-language songs.

Well, in the case of Destiny’s song “Je Me Casse” it’s just the one phrase that’s in French.

So, the favourites to win are Malta’s Destiny with “Je Me Casse”, France’s Barbara Pravi with “Voilà” and in third place is Switzerland with Gjon’s Tears‘ song “Tout l’Univers”.

This is all according to bookmakers Smarkets.

Patrick Flynn from Smarkets had to say this on the favourites to win this year’s Eurovision:

In the last few days, France has been traded up to an all-time high of 16% in our Eurovision 2021 winner market, overtaking Switzerland to reach second place. France now sits just behind Malta at the top of the market, with Switzerland rounding out a tightly-bunched top three. Smarkets users currently rate it a 50-50 chance that one of those three countries will take the crown in May.

Will you be watching the Eurovision Song Contest this weekend?

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