Eurovision Prediction

ROUND 10: It’s time to make your 2020 Eurovision Prediction for Denmark, Finland, Portugal and Sweden!

Welcome to ROUND TEN of Eurovision Prediction 2020. This weekend, the finals in Denmark, Finland, Portugal and Sweden will all take place. Therefore, it’s time for you to predict who will win these four selections!

For those of you who have never played Eurovision Prediction before, it is a game where Eurovision fans from all over the world battle it out to become the champion! All players need to do is predict which entry will win each national final that takes place during the 2020 Eurovision season.

At the end of the season, the player with the most points takes the victory and becomes Eurovision Prediction Champion! In addition, we will once again award a special Eurovision prize to the winner.

Click here for a full explanation of the rules and our scoring system.

This round, there is expected to be a maximum of 36 points available to win! For a full explanation of the rules and our scoring system, please read here! Here is a breakdown of the national finals in this round:

Round ten predictions close at 5pm CET on Saturday 7th March 2020.

The results of the round will be announced as soon as possible following the conclusion of these national finals. Of course, you can edit your predictions using the form below up until this deadline.

Click here to take a look at the latest Eurovision Prediction 2020 scoreboard!

Unsure about your prediction? Check out our prediction guides below!

So what are you waiting for? Get predicting below!

You will require a Google Account to register your votes. The email address you use to login to the form and to submit your votes will not be retained by ESCXTRA following the end of the competition. Your email address will only be used to provide you with a notification if you are the winning entrant at the end of the competition. Your email will not be sold to any third-parties and will be kept securely within the Google Forms system by Google itself.

If you are using a mobile device, the form below may not render properly.
Therefore, please use this direct link to the Google Form!

GOOD LUCK!

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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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