UK Lotto goes Back to Basics
Last Updated: Wednesday 26th October 2011, 10:18 am
There was one jackpot winner on Saturday night so the UK Lotto goes back to basics tonight as the jackpot is estimated at £2.2 million. October is known by all for being the scariest month of the year and the UK Lotto has definitely given out more treats for its players than tricks. In total October has witnessed eight winning lottery tickets that have matched all six numbers drawn correctly to either win the jackpot alone or split it with other winning tickets.
Wednesday night draws on average tend to have fewer winners then that of a Saturday night draw and the weekends UK Lotto draw was a prime example. In total there were 451,985 winning tickets that all took home a prize in Saturday night’s draw however on the previous Wednesday draw that were in fact just 240,028 tickets that won a prize.
Predicting the UK Lotto results is impossible however looking at number patterns can sometimes help decide what numbers can be in your line-up tonight. The numbers 43 and 44 are amongst the most common UK Lotto numbers to be picked out as they have both appeared over 220 times each. It will be interesting to see if either the number 8 or 21 appears tonight because these two numbers are actually the most overdue numbers – 21 last appeared 108 days ago and 8 was last drawn on the 9th July 2011.
If you want to get your hands on a prize, or more importantly the jackpot, have your tickets ready and check the UK Lotto results shortly after the draw takes place to see if you have won yourself a well-deserved treat!
And also remember remember the 5th of November as there is a UK Lotto Superdraw that is set to go off with a bang as it is worth a guaranteed £10 million! No matter what happens between now and the 5th the jackpot for the draw will be £10 million and if no players strike lucky on the night the top prize will rollover to the following draw.
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