How to watch the 2021 Eurovision semi-finals and the latest odds.
Where can you watch the Eurovision semi-finals?
The semi-finals will take place on Tuesday 18th and Thursday 20th of May at 8pm BST. The Grand Final will be on Saturday 22nd of May at 8pm BST.
The semi-finals will be shown on BBC Four in the UK, both at 8pm Tuesday and Thursday. Rylan Clark-Neal, Scott Mills and Chelcee Grimes will be hosting.
As one of the ‘Big Five’ countries, the United Kingdom doesn’t have to qualify from the semi-final stage of the competition and will gain automatic access to the final on Saturday.
The 16 countries competing in the first semi-final are: Lithuania, Slovenia, Russia, Sweden, Australia, North Macedonia, Ireland, Cyprus, Norway, Croatia, Belgium, Israel, Romania, Azerbaijan, Ukraine and Malta.
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The second semi final of Eurovision will feature 17 different acts. They are: San Marino, Estonia, Czech Republic, Greece, Austria, Poland, Moldova, Iceland, Serbia, Georgia, Albania, Portugal, Bulgaria, Finland, Latvia, Switzerland and Denmark.
Cyprus have had some in some support in recent days. They were 16/1 on Friday but are now as short as 8/1 with some bookmakers.
The United Kingdom are available at a massive 300/1.