When the odds go low they go so low. And they’re doing it to the rhythm of Luca Hänni’s Eurovision 2019 song “She Got Me”.

Yes, Switzerland — once a perennial contender for least-likely-to-win Eurovision according to the betting odds — now finds itself as the second favourite to take it all.

The latest betting odds from Eurovision Oddschecker show that Switzerland’s odds to win the grand final have narrowed yet again to as low as 5/1. That means he has now passed Russia’s Sergey Lazarev, who has dropped to third favourite.

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When it comes to Malta, the odds are more in our favour now than they were before. There’s apparently a growing sense among betmakers that the X Factor Malta winner will be able to draw on the high-impact visuals of her music video to create magic live on stage.