EuroMillions odds of winning and the most common numbers revealed – The Sun
WINNING the EuroMillions jackpot is life-changing for punters.
As players have only a 1 in 139.8million chance of bagging the top prize, they may turn to past draws to find out which numbers are the most commonly drawn.
What are the most common EuroMillions numbers?
The first EuroMillions draw with 12 lucky stars was made on September 27, 2016.
Since then there has been over 400 draws – and multiple millionaires.
The number of times a specific number has been drawn in the EuroMillions ranges from 31 to 58.
Number 20 is the biggest winner, according to EuroMillions statistics, having been drawn 58 times, with 15 and 23 making an entrance 56 times.
17 and 27 have been winning numbers 54 times.
The number drawn out the least number of times is number 18.
Seven, often considered a lucky number, has made an appearance 44 times, while unlucky 13 has been drawn 37 times.
Lucky Stars only include the number 1-12 and two is the out-an-out winner having appeared a total of 91 times.
Number three has been drawn 84 times.
Ten has been drawn the least number of times (60) with one and seven appearing 64 and 66 times respectively.
What are the odds of winning?
Euro-millions.com says the odds of picking five numbers and the two Lucky Stars is 1 in 139,838, 160.
Matching five numbers and one star has odds of 1 in 6,991,908.
There is a 1 in 22 chance of matching two numbers in the draw.
The approximate overall odds of winning a prize in EuroMillions are 1 in 13.
According to the EuroMillions website, the chances of winning the UK Millionaire Maker game can be estimated as 1 in 1,900,000.
But winning in this game depends entirely on the number of the payslips sold so the odds therefore fluctuate.
What numbers do most people choose?
A lot of people doing the EuroMillions pick a lucky dip to get their numbers.
Lottoland advises that people should avoid popular numbers, like 1-31, as people tend to opt for their birth date.
This means if these numbers come up more people will have them and the winning amount will be divided between more people.
They also suggest avoidance of a sequence of numbers.
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