Eurovision 2021 Grand-Final: TV Channel, UK Start Time, Running Order & Odds

Eurovision 2021 Grand-Final: TV Channel, UK Start Time, Running Order & Odds

How to watch the highly anticipated Eurovision grand-final and the latest odds.

Where can you watch the Eurovision grand finals?

The 65th grand-final Eurovision song contest will take place on Saturday 22nd May at 8PM BST in the Rotterdam Ahoy arena.

In the UK you can watch the whole of Eurovision 2021 on BBC One and, as ever, Graham Norton will provide the commentary.

As one of the ‘Big Five’ countries, the United Kingdom didn’t have to qualify from the semi-final stage of the competition and gained automatic entry to the final on Saturday.

There will be 26 countries performing throughout the night, in a bid to be crowned Eurovision winner 2021.


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Running Order

The allocation draw took place shortly after Semi-final 1 and Semi-final 2. Here the participants were distributed in the first or second half of the Grand Final.

Running Order Country
1 Cyprus
2 Albania
3 Israel
4 Belgium
5 Russia
6 Malta
7 Portugal
8 Serbia
9 United Kingdom
10 Greece
11 Switzerland
12 Iceland
13 Spain
14 Moldova
15 Germany
16 Finland
17 Bulgaria
18 Lithuania
19 Ukraine
20 France
21 Azerbaijan
22 Norway
23 Netherlands
24 Italy
25 Sweden
26 San Marino

Eurovision odds

Italy are still the current 12/5 favorites to take home the Eurovision crown. However, only just behind them in the market are France, who are a 13/4 shot. Malta are third with best odds of 7/1.

Ukraine have moved considerably since Tuesday when they were a 22/1 shot but are now a 9/1 following a strong performance in the first semi-final.

Look out for San Marino, who are performing last in the running order and will have Flo Rida once again alongside Senhit and are 50/1 to take the crown.

The United Kingdom are a massive 500/1, while Ireland failed to make it out of the first semi-final on Tuesday evening.


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