No event in the world has the power to unite the globe as much as Eurovision. It is a night when the countries around Europe are joined together by their love of music, and there was no greater evidence of that last year, as Ukraine landed victory. However, given that they are unable to host the event this year, it will be staged in the United Kingdom.

Before Betting On Eurovision 2023 Odds

The 67th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest will be staged in the United Kingdom after Ukraine is unable to host the competition due to the Invasion of Russia. It is the first time that the UK has hosted the contest since 1998, with the Liverpool Arena having the prestigious honor.

There is a familiar face at the top of the betting for long-time Eurovision fans, as Sweden’s Loreen is considered by many to be the standout pick. The Swede is no stranger to the contest, as she landed victory back in 2012 with ‘Euphoria’, which went on to top charts around the world for weeks. Her entry this year is ‘Tattoo’, and is has already topped the charts in Sweden.

Finland is a deserving second favorite after coming through the same semi-final as Sweden on Tuesday evening. Kaarija is a very interesting character, and will likely get a lot of the public attention. His entry ‘Cha Cha Cha’ is one that will be stuck in viewers’ heads for days on end.

Ukraine will be bidding to win back-to-back contests, and could have a solid chance with Tvorchi’s ‘Heart of Steel’. France and Spain are two of the bigger nations that could go well, while Israel is hard to dismiss as they are represented by Noa Kirel, who is a massive star in her homeland.

Eurovision 2023 Odds & Pick


It promises to be an unmissable event in Liverpool over the weekend, and there is a bit of something for every music fan. However, we expect history to be made, with Loreen landing a second win, emulating the feat achieved by Johnny Logan back in the 80s. At a price, we think Norway has a solid entry, and Alessandra’s ‘Queen of Kings’ should be a solid pick to finish in the top-ten at least.