18:53 May. 14, 2016
Contest outcome predictions a few hours before the final
The Grand Final of the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest, which fearures 26 countries, takes place tonight - on May 14 - in Stockholm, Sweden.
William Hill, the online betting outlet, made their forecasts for tonight's contest final.
The 'Top 10' saw some changes recently, according to the bookmakers, whereas ‘Top 3' currently includes Russia, Australia and Ukraine.
Russia's contestant Sergey Lazarev is still a favourite and widely tipped to win with his techno ballad, You Are The Only One.
Australian singer Dami Im comes second with her song Sound of Silence.
Ukraine's representative Jamala has risen from the fourth to the third position.
Singer of Crimean Tatar descent Jamala, who presented her entry "1944" on May 12, became the fifth of the 10 finalists after the second semi-final round. In her song she told the story of the deportation of his family from the Crimea in the middle of the last century.