Sweden, Marcus and 'Unforgettable' Martinus go north and down in the Eurovision final

Sweden, Marcus and 'Unforgettable' Martinus go north and down in the Eurovision final

Marcus and Martinus Gunnarsen, both 22 years old. Photography: JESSICA GOW/TT / AFP / NTB

Betting companies have more confidence in Norway's contribution.

Several Swedish media outlets reported on Monday that betting companies expect Sweden's Eurovision entry to have a slightly golden standing when votes are counted for next Saturday's contest.

As you know, the neighboring country is represented by the Norwegians Markus and Martinus and their song “Unforgettable”.

on Eurovision worldIn an overview of a number of bookmakers, Unforgettable is counted at the time of writing to reach 15th place.

The worst the Trufors twins could achieve is 26th place – because in the end there will be 26 finalists out of the 37 participating countries, and as the host nation, Sweden automatically qualifies for the final.

The semi-final matches will be held in Malmo on Tuesday and Thursday.

– Getting lost

On Thursday, Gat will try to take Norway to the final with Ulviham. At the time of writing, he is likely to finish 13th in the final.

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He writes, “Flopping for Marcus and Martinus—according to probabilities.” Express.

“This was Sweden's worst situation since 2010 when Anna Bergendahl and 'This is My Life' did not make it to the final.” Aftonbladet.

VG has asked the duo's management to comment on this matter.

However, Marcus and Martinus are performing well in terms of current metals.

According to the Eurovision charts, “Unforgettable” is the third most played ESC 2024 song on Spotify in recent weeks, being viewed around a million times a week.

The Dutch contribution, Joost Klein's “Europapa”, is the most streamed, and almost. Triple “unforgettable”. Betting companies expect this to be fifth place.

The obvious favorite possibility is Croatia. The country is presented by the artist Pepe Lasagna and the song “Rem Tim Tag Dim”.

Eurovisionworld calculates that Croatia has a 26 percent chance of winning.

The closest competitor is Switzerland, with 17 percent. Country artist Nemo received Norwegian assistance for the song “The Code”.

Norway and Sweden are both thought to have a one percent chance of winning.

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