Britain’s biggest ever EuroMillions winner could be crowned on Tuesday after prize rolls over to £180million
- Friday’s numbers were 04, 12, 25, 46, 48, and Lucky Stars were 12 and 07
- The top prize gives someone the chance to become wealthier than a rock legend
- Would beat record of £170 million won by an anonymous UK winner in 2019
The EuroMillions jackpot has risen to £180 million after no-one scooped Friday’s top prize.
The winning numbers on Friday were 04, 12, 25, 46, 48, and the Lucky Stars were 12 and 07.
While no-one scooped the top prize, nine people matched the five main numbers and one Lucky Star to win £123,284.80 each.
The top prize gives someone the chance to become wealthier than a rock legend, such as guitarist Eric Clapton, who is worth £175million.
One lucky lottery winner could become £176million richer if they hit the jackpot on tonight’s EuroMillions draw [Stock photo]
If someone in the UK scoops the £180 million rollover jackpot in Tuesday’s draw, it would make them Britain’s biggest lottery winner.
The top prize would beat the current record of £170 million won by an anonymous UK winner in 2019.
Camelot’s Andy Carter, senior winners’ adviser at The National Lottery, said, ‘No ticket-holder won tonight’s EuroMillions jackpot, meaning Tuesday’s EuroMillions draw will see a whopping estimated £180 million jackpot up for grabs.
‘If the jackpot is won by a single UK ticket-holder on Tuesday night, they will immediately become the National Lottery’s biggest ever jackpot winner – players are urged to get their tickets early to be in with a chance of winning this mega jackpot.’
Colin Weir (right) and his wife Christine (left) of Largs, North Ayrshire, became the biggest named winners when they scooped £161.6million in July 2011 [File photo]
Friday’s National Lottery Thunderball winning numbers were 05, 10, 11, 23, 36 and the Thunderball was 03.
Colin Weir and his wife Christine of Largs, North Ayrshire, became the biggest named winners when they scooped £161.6million in July 2011.
The couple confirmed they were to divorce after 38 years of marriage in 2019 and in December that year Mr Weir died after a short illness, aged 71.
Former postman Adrian Bayford and his wife Gillian won £148.6million on the EuroMillions in August 2012.
The couple, who lived in Sussex at the time and have two children, also later divorced.