A LUCKY EuroMillions player could walk off with tonight’s jackpot of a cool £122million.
Should just one person win the pot it would make them richer than the combined fortunes of Mo Salah, Liam Payne and Stormzy.
Liverpool star Salah is estimated to have a fortune totalling £41m, according to The Sunday Times Rich List, while the former boyband singer has a wealth of £44m and Brit rapper Stormzy is worth £26m.
The EuroMillions jackpot rolled over after no one won the prize in Friday’s draw.
For a stake of just £2.50, players have to match five numbers plus two Lucky Stars for the big money prize.
Alternatively, players can opt for a Lucky Dip, where the numbers are selected randomly for them.
If someone scoops the prize tonight, they would be the second jackpot winner this month.
Camelot’s Andy Carter, senior winners’ adviser at The National Lottery, said: “Tuesday promises to be a big night for UK EuroMillions players with a whopping estimated £122m jackpot up for grabs.
“Players are urged to get their tickets early to be in with a chance of scooping this huge prize.
“Thanks to National Lottery players, more than £30m is generated every week for good causes across the country.
“This supports everything from local projects making a difference where you live, to our nations’ athletes at the Olympic and Paralympic Games.”
Joe and Jess Thwaite became overnight millionaires with a mega-sum of £184million in May, after winning the record-breaking jackpot.
The Gloucestershire couple have bought themselves a new property but are trying to keep to some of their old routines, like doing their own DIY.
The next highest winner bagged a £170million win back in October 2019, but decided to stay anonymous.
The mystery millionaire, who is now richer than Adele, The Sussexes and Ed Sheeran, matched all five main numbers plus the two lucky stars.
Colin and Chris Weir came in at third on the hot list after winning £161million in 2011.
Fourth and fifth spot are taken up by Adrian and Gillian Bayford from Suffolk, who won £148.6million in 2012 after buying a Lucky Dip from a convenience store, and Frances and Patrick Connolly, from County Armagh in Northern Ireland, who won £114million.
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