Germany new favorites to win Eurovision 2010

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Germany are the new favourites to win this year's Eurovision Song Contest in Oslo according to British bookmakers William Hill. The German song Satellite sung by Lena Meyer-Landrut, has moved from joint second favorite to became outright favorites with odds of 11/4 according to William Hill. Previous favorites Azerbaijan have dropped to second favorites with odds of 7/2. Another previous favorite Israel are now down to third in the ranking with odds of 8/1. Denmark are fourth at 12/1 previously 10/1 and are closely followed in the betting order by Norway, Armenia and Croatia at 14/1. Greece are now at 25/1 and Sweden have dropped from 20/1 to new odds of 28/1. Remaining as rank outsiders to win the contest are Slovenia, FYR Macedonia and Poland with odds of 250/1.

William Hill's full list of odds for the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest are:

11/4 Germany

7/2 Azerbaijan

8/1 Israel

12/1 Denmark

14/1 Norway, Armenia and Croatia

25/1 Greece

28/1 Sweden

33/1 Belgium, Ireland and Turkey

40/1 Slovakia

66/1 Albania, Belarus, France, United Kingdom, Spain, Ukraine and Romania

80/1 Iceland

100/1 Bosnia & Herzogovina,Moldova, Russia, Malta, Serbia, Lithuania, Cyprus and Georgia

150/1 Finland, Latvia and Estonia

200/1 Portugal, Switzerland, Bulgaria and the Netherlands

250/1 FYR Macedonia, Poland and Slovenia

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