EuroMillions jackpot rolls over to record £186m as no one scoops Friday’s draw

National Lottery players failed to predict the main and lucky star numbers in Friday’s £170 million jackpot draw

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The biggest ever EuroMillions winner could be crowned next Tuesday if they scoop the estimated £186 million jackpot.

EuroMillions jackpot rolls over to record £186m as no one scoops Friday’s draw
EuroMillions jackpot rolls over to record £186m as no one scoops Friday’s draw

It comes after National Lottery players failed to predict the main and lucky star numbers in Friday’s £170 million jackpot draw, meaning the prize rolls over to next week.

“Tuesday will be huge, with a stunning estimated EuroMillions jackpot of £186 million up for grabs,” senior winners’ adviser Andy Carter said.

“One lucky winner could help a lot of causes close to their heart.

”Players should get their tickets early to be in with a chance of winning in this amazing draw.”

If claimed by a single player, they would be able to buy 512 Rolls-Royce Phantoms, four Gulfstream G600 private jets or two six-deck superyachts.

National Lottery players failed to predict the main and lucky star numbers in Friday’s £170 million jackpot draw
National Lottery players failed to predict the main and lucky star numbers in Friday’s £170 million jackpot draw

Although no one won the top prize this week, four people took home £219,000 while a further 18 bagged £11,000.

The main EuroMillions numbers were 06, 18, 24, 34, 46, while the lucky star numbers were 03 and 12.

There have been a series of major EuroMillions wins in recent months, with £109 million claimed in February and a record £184 million in May.