Eurovision Prediction

🇨🇿 YOU have predicted We All Poop to win the Eurovision national final in Czech Republic!

Over the last past two weeks, you have been submitting your predictions for the round 3 of Eurovision Prediction 2020. For this round, your task was to predict the winner of ESCZ in Czech Republic. Now, let’s take a look at who you collectively expect to win the Czech ticket to Rotterdam!

During this third round of Eurovision Prediction 2020, 215 of you have predicted who you think will take victory in Czech Republic. Without further ado, here are the entries that YOU have predicted to win in order of frequency, from most to least:

RankArtistSongNumber of predictionsPercentage
1We All Poop“All the Blood (Positive Song Actually)” 6731.16%
2Olga Lounová “Dark Water” 6530.23%
3 Elis Mraz feat. Čis T “Wanna Be Like” 3717.21%
4Benny Cristo “Kemama” 2310.70%
5Barbora Mochowa “White & Black Holes” 177.91%
6Pam Rabbit “Get Up” 41.86%
7Karelll “At Least We’ve Tried” 20.93%

The nature of this national final, with the still-unknown beast of the app vote makes this difficult to predict. Further, with such an eclectic range of songs, it’s near-impossible to know who the frontrunners even are.

In our video, Nathan, Oliver and Costa discuss the element of YouTube views and My Eurovision Scoreboard rankings in an attempt to predict the national final:

We will publish the official round three results alongside the round 4 results shortly the conclusion of round 4 on Tuesday evening. Stay tuned to see how you fare against the rest of the competition!

This year, you appear to be split whether We All Poop and Olga Lounova will win as they are separated by just 2 votes. Last year, our Eurovision Prediction 2019 players collectively predicted 16 out of 29 national final winners correctly. In 2018, your record was 19 out of 30. So far this year, you have correctly predicted 1 out of 2 winners correctly!

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Ryan Cobb

My first memory of watching the Eurovision Song Contest was back in 2001 and, over the years, my passion and enthusiasm for the contest has very much turned into an obsession. I adore music and I love geography, so this contest is a natural fit for me. If la la loving Eurovision was a crime, I'd certainly be a criminal!

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