Eurovision 2021 odds: France should win while Spain could come last | Television and radio

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Eurovision 2021 odds: France should win while Spain could come last | Television and radio


The Eurovision Song Contest is back this month and celebrates its 65th anniversary. The 2021 competition begins with its semi-finals on May 18 and 20, with the grand final taking place on May 22, 2021. The big question is: who will emerge victorious on the night of the final? Bookmakers have already sorted their odds of who they think will be the winner.

Betfair bookmakers have already sorted their Eurovision odds for this year and have taken a look at the semi-finals and the final.
There are two semi-finals before the competition’s grand final and Betfair tipped Malta to win the first semi-final at 4/6.

Meanwhile, Switzerland are expected to be the second winner of the semi-final with odds of 7/5.

However, what fans of the contest really want to know is which country will be the winner of the Grand Final.

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Entering the UK this year is singer-songwriter James Newman who will perform his track, Embers.
James has already proven his talent in the music industry, as in 2013 he won a Brit Award.

He got the gong for co-writing the UK single of the year Waiting All Night, performed by Rudimental and Ella Eyre.

The musician has also been nominated for a Grammy twice, for co-writing Coping from Toni Braxton’s Sex & Cigarettes album and Let ‘Em Talk from Kesha’s Rainbow album.

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