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The EuroMillions jackpot continues to grow and grow with a massive € 118 million (£95 million) up for grabs in the next draw due to be held on Tuesday June 10th.

After the jackpot had naturally passed through the €100 million mark, Friday’s scheduled Superdraw was postponed. It certainly won’t be needed this week either as again no one won the jackpot leading to a 10th rollover.

The winning numbers in Friday’s draw were 7-25-34-40-49 with the Lucky Stars 9 and 11. There were still some big winners from the draw despite nobody claiming the top prize. Four players managed to match five numbers and one Lucky star each winning €672 thousand.

No one has won the EuroMilllions jackpot since a UK ticket won just over €90 million in the draw held on May 2nd. If no one manages to match five numbers and two lucky stars on Tuesday, then the jackpot will move even further beyond the €100 million mark for Friday’s draw. The last time a similar figure was won was when Neil Trotter took home nearly €133 million in the March 14th 2014 draw.

While the EuroMillions continues to rollover, a £1 million winning ticket remains unclaimed. The ticket from the December 31st draw which nobody has come forward with yet, won £1 million and all we currently do know about the winner is that they purchased their ticket in the Warwick district.

Time is running out to claim the prize as it’s only valid until Sunday 29th June. If nobody comes forward by that date then the £1 million will be added to the National Lottery’s Good Causes Fund.

The fund donates in excess of £33 million each week to a variety of schemes and projects across the UK, all designed to improve the lives and communities of local people.

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