Although the idea of the EuroMillions jackpot continuing to roll isn't quite as exciting as the notion of someone stopping it in its tracks this Tuesday, there are always twelve levels of non-jackpot prizes on hand to console those who match at least a few of their numbers. As we saw last Friday when one ticket won €1.5 million by matching five main numbers and one of the Lucky Stars, it is sometimes possible to land a life-changing fortune even when the jackpot rolls, and that should encourage players everywhere.
One of the main numbers drawn last Friday had been highlighted as one of the most overdue to make an appearance, so it was good to see the number 31 show up for those who included it on their entries. The most overdue main numbers as we approach the next game are 09, 48, 15, 46 and 02, and the most overdue Lucky Star numbers are 06 and 01. More information about how the EuroMillions numbers have fared since the game began can be found by visiting the EuroMillions Statistics page at Euro-Millions.com.
The last time the EuroMillion jackpot rolled over for five consecutive draws, it rolled once more and was then landed by a single ticket in the seventh game, on Friday 31st January. What happened in past games or with historical sequences has no bearing on what will happen in the future, of course, but it is sometimes good to view things in a broader context, and that previous pattern will no doubt inspire any player who will be trying to win big in the week ahead.
As always, we won't know whether or not anyone will succeed in landing the EuroMillions jackpot this Tuesday until the game has actually been played, but we wish everyone taking part the very best of luck with their entries. Our Lottery Results page will bring you the latest winning numbers within seconds of the draw taking place, so stay tuned and all will be revealed in due course.
Written by Lottie McDonald