It’s hotly debated how much impact the draw for the running order has on the voting. I’m more of a draw ‘hawk’.
Carefully studying certain aspects of the semi-finals can help you find betting opportunities for the final.
It’s not just a music contest. You need to know what to look for in the visual impact of each performance.
Abba-esque songs win Eurovision, right? Wrong. That’s the one type of song I would advise you to avoid.
Eurovision betting markets build slowly over two months to a frenzy on the big night. When is it best to bet?
During Eurovision rehearsals fortnight, blogs can give you vital inside information. But you have to tread carefully.
The introduction of 50-50 jury voting has complicated life for televote-savvy punters. But all is not lost.
Who will qualify from the semi-finals, who will place in the top ten – there are many niche betting opportunities.
Forget which songs you happen to like personally. Serious punters need to train themselves to bet rationally.
Youtube is like the formbook of Eurovision. But you need to know how to assess what you’re seeing.