As previously reported here on Eurovisionary.com, all the preview videos of this year’s songs are now available to watch online. Once you have watched them and have decided who is going to win, you can put your money where your mouth is as bookmakers have released their odds for the contest.
The official website of the contest, eurovision.tv, has posted all the videos in the ‘medialounge’ section of the site. Some countries have shot videos while others are happy to use the national final performances.
According to oddschecker.com, Russia, Serbia and Armenia are the current favourites while the outsiders are Montenegro and San Marino. Of the ‘nonsense’ songs in the contest, Ireland is currently seen as having the best chance. It is interesting to note that this year, betting odds are noticeably shorter than in previous years. As time goes on, some odds will shorten further and some will lengthen.