Following Destiny’s launch of Je Ma Casse just this Monday, the predictions have continued to propel from 6th to 2nd and now to 1st place together with Switzerland who both stand at 17% odds.
This is all according to bookmakers and their predictions of who they believe will take the Eurovision crown this year. As it stands, Malta is neck in neck with Switzerland, with France, Bulgaria and Italy trailing behind in the Top 5 placements. However, the race is still very tight and the predictions are likely to continue shifting day-to-day.
The following list shows the Top 10 favourites to win the Eurovision Song Contest 2021:
Ever since Destiny’s launch on Monday, Switzerland’s odds have dropped from a high 19% to a 17% which is now tied with Malta. Let’s keep showing our support to secure Malta’s first placement going into the semi-finals taking place on May 18th.
Destiny will be performing her catchy, fresh tune in the first semi-final of the song contest, which will be the 65th edition of the contest and will be held in Rotterdam, Holland, following the country’s win back in 2019 with the song ‘Arcade’ by Duncan Laurence.