The second semi-final of the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest will take place tomorrow night. In this article, we will share the current betting odds for the second semi-final of this year’s contest in Copenhagen.

Tomorrow night, 15 countries will compete for a place in the Grand Final on Saturday, with only 10 countries to qualify. Here is the list of the countries competing in the first-semi in their running order:

  1. [Malta] Malta

  2. [Israel] Israel

  3. [Norway] Norway

  4. [Georgia] Georgia

  5. [Poland] Poland

  6. [Austria] Austria

  7. [Lithuania] Lithuania

  8. [Finland] Finland

  9. [Ireland] Ireland

  10. [Belarus] Belarus

  11. [FYR Macedonia] FYR Macedonia

  12. [Switzerland] Switzerland

  13. [Greece] Greece

  14. [Slovenia] Slovenia

  15. [Romania] Romania

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Have the bookies predicted a Eurovision winner based on the current odds?

According to oddschecker.com, the 10 qualifiers will be:

  1. [Romania] Romania – 1/33

  2. [Greece] Greece – 1/20

  3. [Norway] Norway – 1/20

  4. [Austria] Austria – 1/8

  5. [Malta] Malta – 1/5

  6. [Israel] Israel – 1/5

  7. [Finland] Finland – 1/4

  8. [Ireland] Ireland – 2/7

  9. [Poland] Poland – 2/5

  10. [Switzerland] Switzerland – 2/5

The least favourite countries to qualify are FYR Macedonia and Georgia, who each have odds at 9/4 and 7/2.

OGAE Poll

Every year, each of the OGAE fan clubs vote on who they think will win Eurovision. Despite only looking at the overall contest, and not each semi-final individually, it’s clear to see who the OGAE believe will qualify, based on the rankings, with the top five semi final one countries being Israel, Austria, Norway, Greece and Ireland. The bottom three: FYR Macedonia, Georgia, Lithuania.

Big Poll

Every year, ESCToday brings you the chance to vote for your favourites in our Big Poll. We have already received a huge amount of your votes but there is still time for you to make you mind up.. But by how much? You have until 18:00 CET tomorrow to vote. The full result will be revealed an hour later at 19:00 CET.

Vote now for your favourites!

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