Most common EuroMillions winning numbers ahead of £112m jackpot tonight

It's the EuroMillions tonight and players could be in a chance to win an eye-watering £112million.

The National Lottery is back with a mega jackpot on Friday after no one won it on Tuesday.

Earlier this week, the winning numbers were 3, 10, 26, 35, 44 and the Lucky Stars were 0 and 7.

As no one claimed the top £76million prize, it means the jackpot cash rolls over to Friday evening.

With a jackpot of £112million, the winner would be richer than Harry Styles and Dua Lipa combined.

It would also make you the 9th richest National Lottery winner ever.

Currently the UK record win is £170million which happened in 2019, but that lucky punter has remained anonymous.

Although any lottery game is a gamble, there's no guarantee what numbers could come up as each draw is a separate event.

The chance of matching all five EuroMissions numbers and the two bonus balls is 1 in 139,838,160.

But there are common numbers that often crop up and have appeared in previous draws.

Just remember when you're choosing your numbers, it's a game of luck and chance.

Here are the most common EuroMillions numbers:

The five most drawn main numbers since EuroMillions launched in February 2004 are 23, 44, 50, 19 and 37.

As for the lucky stars, these are 2, 3 and 8.

And the least drawn numbers are 33, 36, 22, 40 and 18.

The original Lucky Stars were 1 to 9 – of those, the least drawn are 4 and 1.

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The more recently added Lucky Stars 10, 11 and 12 have been drawn less.

In the UK, a single entry to a EuroMillions draw can cost £2.50.

EuroMillions is different to the main Lotto draw.

Andy Carter, of The National Lottery, said: "The jackpot on Friday night is unbelievable! We all look for ways to find a bit of extra luck.

"My team and I have our fingers crossed for all UK players."

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