Eurovision Semi-Final 2 Odds, Preview & Running Order

In this post you can find all the latest Eurovision Semi-Final 2 odds plus the running order in our preview of the second semi-final.

Eurovision Semi-Final 2 Info

Date: 11 May 2023

Time: 8 pm

Venue: Liverpool Arena, Liverpool, England

Hosts: Julia Sanina, Hannah Waddingham and Alesha Dixon

Slogan: United By Music

Channel: RTÉ 1 and BBC 1

Voting: Televoting from participating countries + the pre-qualified countries Germany, France and Italy + Online voting (“Rest of the world”).

How Many Countries Are In Eurovision Semi-Final 2?

There will be fifteen countries competing in Semi-Final 2 of Eurovision 2023 on Thursday Night but only ten can advance to the grand finale the following weekend.

Semi-Final two is considered the more open of the two heats with the two favourites for the night big prices to win the competition outright, Austria is 66/1 and Australia is 125/1.

Eurovision Semi-Final 2 Odds

Austria 11/8 (To Win) 1/20 (To Qualify)

Despite being favourites for the second Semi-Final, Austria is not expected to have an outright chance in the competition with up to nine countries ahead of them in the betting coming from the first Semi-Final and the “Big Five” Austria is 66/1 to win the competition on Saturday Night for their song Who The Hell is Edgar sung by Teyoo & Salena

Austria has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest fifty-four times since entering first back in 1957. They won the contest on two occasions in 1966 and 2014 with the song “Rise Like a Phoenix ” performed by Conchita Wurst.

Australia 3/1 (To Win) 1/16 (To Qualify)

Despite being only second-favourites for the second Semi-Final behind Austria, they’re a huge 125/1 to win the competition outright for their song Promise by Voyager.

Australia is a relatively new participant in the Eurovision Song Contest, partaking in the competition seven times since its first appearance at the competition in 2015. They’re entering this event with a record of being in the top 10 four times with their best finish coming in 2016 when Dami Im sang a song titled Sound of Silence.

Slovenia 6/1 (To Win) 1/9 (To Qualify)

Slovenia enter the second Semi-Final with their song Carpe Diem sung by Joker Out a Slovenian Indie rock band that can be gotten at 125/1 to win the event outright on Saturday Night. Slovenia will want to improve on their Eurovision 2022 result failing to qualify for the final, scoring only 15 points in their semi.

Slovenia has made 27 appearances at the finals with their first coming in 1993. They have never won the event with their best finish coming seventh in 1995 and 2001.

Armenia 8/1 (To Win) 1/10 (To Qualify)

The fourth favourite in the betting for this Semi-Final is Armenia who can be gotten at 80/1 to win the event outright. Armenia will be represented by Brunette with the song “Future Lover” at this year’s song contest.

The Armenians have never won the Eurovision with their best finish coming in 2008 and 2014 where they placed fourth in the final. Could Armenia pull off a shock at this year’s event and record their best-ever finish? Brunette has been described as “having an incredible stage presence and powerful vocal” two things Eurovisioners love.

Cyprus 12/1 (To Win) 1/16 (To Qualify)

The fifth favourite in the betting for this Semi-Final is the Cyprus who can be gotten at 200/1 to win the event outright.  Cyprus will be represented by Andrew Lambrou singing “Break a Broken Heart”.

Cyprus have made 38 appearances at the finals with their first coming in 1981. They have never won the event with their best finish coming in 2018 when Eleni Foureira placed second with the song titled “Fuego”.

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Eurovision Semi-Final 2 Running Order

Denmark– Breaking My Heart by Reilley (1st)

Armenia– Future Lover by Brunette (2nd)

Romania–  D.G.T. (Off and On) (3rd)

Estonia-Bridges by Alika  (4th)

Belgium-Because of You by Gustaph (5th)

Cyprus – Break a Broken Heart by Andrew Lambrou (6th)

Iceland – Power by Dilja (7th)

Greece – What They Say by Victor Vernicos (8th)

Poland – Solo by Blanka (9th)

Slovenia – Carpe Diem by Joker Out (10th)

Georgia – Echo by Iru (11th)

San Marino – Like An Animal by  Piqued Jacks (12th)

Austria – Who The Hell is Edgar by Teyoo & Salena  (13)

Albania – Duje  by Albina & Farmilja Kelmendia (14)

Lithaunia – Stay by Monika Linkyté (15th)

Australia – Promise by Voyager (16th)

We also recently previewed the other Eurovision semi-final which Ireland will compete in.

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