Eurovision Prediction🇪🇸 Spain

🇪🇸 YOU have predicted Soleá to win Junior Eurovision 2020

Will our predictors be proven right tonight?

Over the last couple of weeks, you have been submitting your predictions for the warm-up round of Eurovision Prediction 2021. For this round, we ran our first ever Junior Eurovision game. Airing this weekend (Sunday 29 November), let’s see who our players think will win…

In this warm-up round, 80 of you voted in the Junior Eurovision round of Eurovision Prediction 2021. So without further ado, here are the entries that YOU have predicted to win:

RankCountryArtistSongNumber of PredictionsPercentage
3=Poland Ala TraczI’ll Be Standing1215%
3=BelarusArina PehterevaAliens1215%
5KazakhstanKarakat BashanovaForever67.5%
6=The NetherlandsUnityBest Friends11.25%
6=UkraineOleksandr BalabanovVidkryvai (Open Up)11.25%

In this uNpReCeDEnTed yEaR, there are many new elements to this year’s Junior Eurovision that are unpredictable. Firstly, the performances have already been recorded. Secondly, the acts won’t all be in the venue, in fact, they’re all in their respective home countries. Thirdly, this is the first time since the current format was introduced that there have been so few participating entries. Despite this, Costa and Tim from the Prediction team attempted to give their predictions:

With the rule allowing viewers to vote for their own countries still in play, will Poland manage to win for the third time in a row? This is the question many fans will be asking. Last year, we revealed that Poland beat Spain in the public vote by over 200,000 votes. Will we see a rematch between these two countries? Or will another contender sneak up on them both?

We will publish the official results shortly the conclusion of tonight’s show. Stay tuned to see how you fare against the rest of the competition! There will be no prize for the winner(s), but it’ll be a great boost of momentum ahead of the FiK round, which will be starting next week!

Earlier this year, our 420 prediction players only predicted the correct national winners 10 of out 27 times…an all-time low. To be fair, 2020 was a very unpredictable year in general. In 2019, our Eurovision Prediction players collectively predicted 16 out of 29 national final winners correctly. In 2018, your record was 19 out of 30. How will you, our Eurovision Prediction 2021 players, fare this year? There will be fewer rounds, and therefore a tighter playing field…so it’s all to play for…




What do you think of our players’ predictions? Who do you think will win Junior Eurovision 2020? Let us knowMeanwhile, make sure you follow Eurovision Prediction on FacebookTwitter and Instagram as well as on FacebookTwitter and Instagram for all the exciting announcements coming your way!

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