Spotify has released a list confirming the most-streamed entries from this year’s competition.
And although Netherlands’ track – Arcade by Duncan Laurence – is the very clear favourite with bookies, it’s only just in the Top 3 with listeners online.
In fact, the most listened-to song of all the Eurovision hopefuls this year is the EIGHTH favourite with bookies.
Are fans in for a shock result on Saturday night?
The most-streamed song from this year’s pack is Soldi by Mahmood – the Italian ticket.
Mahmood’s odds of winning the Eurovision Song Contest are actually being lengthened by bookies: he’s drifted out to 20/1 with William Hill today.
But this data proves it could be a mistake for fans to count him out of the race.
Spotify have said the second most-streamed song of the lot is John Lundvik’s Too Late For Love – from Sweden.
The country has an impeccable record at the competition, with two winners this decade alone: Loreen in 2012 with Euphoria, and Mans Zelmerlow in 2015 with Heroes.
Sweden are third-favourites with bookies: William Hill give them odds of 10/1.
See the Top 10 most-streamed songs from this year’s Eurovision hopefuls below.
1. Italy – Mahmood, Soldi
2. Sweden – John Lundvik, Too Late for Love
3. Netherlands – Duncan Laurence, Arcade
4. France – Bilal Hassani, Roi
5. Spain – Miki Núñez La Venda
6. Norway – Keiino, Spirit in the Sky
7. Switzerland – Luca Hänni, She Got Me
8. Cyprus – Tamta, Replay
9. Estonia – Victor Crone, Storm
10. Denmark – Leonora, Love Is Forever
Australia’s Kate Miller-Heidke may be second favourite with bookies after an incredible display at Tuesday’s semi-final, but it seems she’s not connecting with listeners on Spotify: she is not in the Top 10.
Russia’s Sergey Lazarev is fifth favourite with bookies, but he too is missing from the top tier.
As for the United Kingdom, Michael Rice does not show up in the Spotify Top 10 – or near the top of the bookies’ rankings.
He is 18th with bookies: William Hill have given him distant 100/1 odds of bringing the event home in 2020.
The all-important running order has been revealed following the two semi-finals, and it’s been speculated that Australia could benefit from being second-from-last in the list.
The United Kingdom, meanwhile, will perform 16th – sandwiched between the buzzworthy Norway and Iceland.
Italy perform 22nd, Netherlands will be just before the half-way mark when they take the 12th slot, and Sweden will be 9th.
Malta have the unenviable task of opening the show, while Spain will be going last.
The Eurovision Song Contest takes place tomorrow, aired on BBC One.