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2022 Eurovision Song Contest Odds - Ukraine odds-on favourites to win

13 May 2022
Phil Lowe 13 May 2022
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  • Latest betting for Saturday's 2022 Eurovision Song Contest
  • Eurovision takes place in Turin, Italy on May 14th
  • Ukraine are odds-on favourites in the latest Eurovision 2022 odds
  • 25 nations will battle it out for Eurovision success
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  • Latest Eurovision 2022 Betting Odds
  • Ukraine Eurovision Odds
  • 2022 Eurovision Song Contest FAQs
Latest Eurovision odds have Ukraine as the clear bookmakers' favourites to win the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest in Italy on Saturday night.

Eurovision 2022 will be the 66th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest and takes place in Turin, Italy  on May 14th.

At time of writing, Ukraine are a best priced 4/11 with bet365 to win Eurovision 2022, ahead of the United Kingdom, who can be backed at 11/2.

Latest Eurovision 2022 Betting Odds

CountryOdds To Win Eurovision
Ukraine 4/11
United Kingdom 11/2
Sweden 7/1
Italy 11/1
Serbia 50/1
Poland 50/1
Netherlands 60/1
France 70/1
Portugal 70/1
Norway 80/1
Serbia 100/1
Finland 125/1
Switzerland 125/1
Armenia 150/1
Australia 200/1
Belgium 200/1
Czech Republic 200/1
Estonia 200/1
Moldova 200/1
San Marino 200/1
Germany 250/1
Iceland 300/1
Lithuania 300/1
Romania 300/1

Note: Odds correct at time of writing and courtesy of bet365.

Ukraine Eurovision Odds

Ukraine is scheduled to participate in the Eurovision Song Contest 2022, represented by the Kalush Orchestra with the song "Stefania", and are big odds-on favourites to win the contest.

Kalush Orchestra were confirmed as the act set to represent Ukraine just days before Russia invaded the country.

With no sign of the war in Ukraine ending, Eurovision is unlikely to appeal to many people in the country this year.

But according to Kalush Orchestra's lead vocalist, the song has become an unofficial "anthem for Ukraine".

"The song we have created, it’s the anthem for Ukraine and everybody is singing it," Oleh Psiuk recently told Sky News.

Psiuk has spent most of his time in recent weeks supporting the Ukrainian war effort, creating a volunteer group and providing food to those in need.

Some viewers of Eurovision often believe tactical or political voting plays a part in the contest. When Greece and Cyprus give each other 12 points every year, it's easy to see why people think this way.

But with Russia banned and Ukraine favourites to win, voting may be different this year, and Psiuk believes "justice" will be done in Italy.

"If they had been allowed to enter Eurovision this year, it would have symbolised the support of Russia’s actions," Kalush Orchestra's founder said.

"But now, I have the feeling of justice."

2022 Eurovision Song Contest FAQs

When does the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest take place?

Eurovision 2022 takes place in Turin, Italy on Saturday, May 14th.

Who is the favourite for the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest?

Ukraine are favourites with the song "Stefania" by Kalush Orchestra. United Kingdom are second favourites in the latest Eurovision odds, ahead of Italy and Sweden.


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