#Eurovision2020 UK to SUFFER big time as Iceland swipe win in major bombshell?

EUROVISION 2020 is months away from airing on television screens, but there has already been an early suggestion Iceland could win the trophy, putting the UK in dire straits already.

PUBLISHED: 19:22, Tue, Mar 3, 2020 | UPDATED: 19:51, Tue, Mar 3, 2020

Last year’s Eurovision Song Contest saw the Netherlands win the musical extravaganza. Duncan Laurence delighted fans and audience members alike with his song Arcade. But this year could see a very unexpected winner when Iceland step up to the plate.

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The latest bookies’ odds show the northern European country has an increasing chance of taking the top spot.

Coral in particular has drastically cut the odds on Iceland winning to just 4-1.

Band Daði & Gagnamagnið is represented by lead singer Daði Freyr Pétursson, and after some neck-and-neck voting in Rotterdam, the Netherlands last week, won the chance to represent Iceland in the contest.

Last week, Iceland’s odds of winning were 25-1, but the announcement has propelled them close to the top of the list to win the competition.

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Eurovision: UK to SUFFER big time as Iceland swipe win in major bombshell?Eurovision: UK to SUFFER big time as Iceland swipe win in major bombshell? (Image: GETTY • YOUTUBE)

Eurovision 2020: UK to SUFFER big time as Iceland swipe win in major bombshell?Eurovision 2020: Iceland has shot to the top of the odds list to win this year (Image: YOUTUBE)

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