The most common EuroMillions winning numbers revealed ahead of £112million jackpot draw on Friday
THE National Lottery is a game of luck and chance – but what are the most common winning EuroMillions numbers?
There is a massive £112million up for grabs on Friday through the EuroMillions after no-one won the jackpot on Tuesday.
The winning numbers on Tuesday were 3, 10, 26, 35, 44 and the Lucky Stars were 0 and 7.
No-one claimed the top £76million prize, which means the jackpot cash rolls over to tomorrow evening – Friday, June 4.
With a jackpot of £112million, the winner would be richer than pop stars Harry Styles, worth £75million, and Dua Lipa, worth £20 million, combined.
It would also make you the ninth richest National Lottery winner ever.
How do I check the winning lottery numbers?
IS it your lucky day? We explain how to find the latest winning lottery numbers.
You can view results for all the latest draws on the National Lottery website.
It will give you the option to view results for:
- Lotto Hotpicks
- EuroMillions Hotpicks
- Set For Life
As well as winning numbers for the last game, you can also view historic results going back six months.
The current UK record win is £170million in 2019 – however that lucky punter decided to stay anonymous.
The previous holder was the late-Colin Weir and his wife Christine who scooped £161million in 2011, making them richer than the Beckhams.
As we’ve mentioned before, any lottery game is a complete gamble and there is no guarantee what numbers could come up as each draw is a separate event.
In fact, the chance of matching all five EuroMillions numbers and the two bonus balls is 1 in 139,838,160.
Here are the most common numbers that have appeared in previous draws.
What are the most common EuroMillions numbers?
For EuroMillions, you pick five main numbers and two Lucky Stars, with draws taking place every Tuesdays and Fridays.
The five most drawn main numbers since EuroMillions launched in February 2004 are 23, 44, 50, 19 and 37.
The two most drawn Lucky Stars are 2, 3 and 8.
The least drawn numbers are 33, 36, 22, 40, 18.
The original Lucky Stars were 1 to 9 – of those, the least drawn are 4 and 1.
The more recently added Lucky Stars 10, 11 and 12 have been drawn less.
In the UK, a single entry to a EuroMillions draw costs £2.50.
EuroMillions is different to the main Lotto draw.
The first National Lottery draw was held on November 19 1994 when seven winners shared a jackpot of £5,874,778.
Gareth Bull, a 49-year-old builder, won the biggest-ever prize of £41million in November, 2020 and ended up knocking down his bungalow to make way for a luxury manor house with a pool.
Adrian and Gillian Bayford, from Haverhill, Suffolk, picked up £148,656,000 after they played the draw on August, 10, 2012, while Jane Park became Britain's youngest lottery winner when she scooped up £1 million in 2013.
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