EuroMillions players have the chance to win Â£113 million (â‚¬162 million) on Friday 20th November after the jackpot rocketed to its largest amount in over a year. The last time the top prize climbed this high was in October 2014, when a Portuguese ticket holder snapped up the maximum â‚¬190 million after the jackpot cap was reached.
There has not been a jackpot winner since one participant from the UK and one from Austria split Â£23 million (â‚¬30.8 million) on Tuesday 13th October, and the top prize has continued to roll over since a Superdraw was held on Friday 6th November.
It is now possible that the jackpot cap could be reached again if there are a couple more rollovers, but players across the continent are sure to be entering the game in droves ahead of tonightâ€™s draw in an effort to match all five main numbers plus both Lucky Stars.
Anyone who manages to strike it lucky and land the jackpot will take their place among the biggest winners in the 11-year history of the game. In the UK, Colin and Chris Weir pocketed a magnificent Â£161.6 million in July 2011, while Adrian and Gillian Bayford landed Â£148.6 million in August 2012.
France has so far produced the most jackpot winners out of all the countries taking part with 78, just ahead of Spain, Portugal and the UK. The next ticket holder to win big will have to decide whether to go public or stay anonymous, and then plan how they will enjoy their massive windfall. If you would like a slice of a nine-figure sum, then tickets can be bought online or from authorised retailers in any of the countries taking part. Good luck!