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EuroMillions £138m jackpot could go TONIGHT – making you richer than Paul Pogba

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A WHOPPING £138million is up for grabs tonight after the EuroMillions jackpot rolled over three times.

No one has claimed the jackpot in a week – meaning if a single UK ticket-holder wins, they’ll claim the fourth-biggest prize ever.

If a single Brit ticket-holder claims tonight's EuroMillions jackpot, they'll be the fourth biggest winner ever in the UK

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If a single Brit ticket-holder claims tonight’s EuroMillions jackpot, they’ll be the fourth biggest winner ever in the UKCredit: Alamy
The £138m jackpot would make them wealthier than Paul Pogba and Rita Ora combined. Man Utd ace Pogba is believed to be worth £77m

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The £138m jackpot would make them wealthier than Paul Pogba and Rita Ora combined. Man Utd ace Pogba is believed to be worth £77mCredit: EPA

It would make them richer than Paul Pogba and Rita Ora combined.

Midfielder Pogba, 29, is believed to be worth £77m.

He joined United in a £89m transfer from Juventus in 2016, and has been earning a reported weekly wage of £290,000 ever since.

Singer Ora has a net worth of £23m, according to the Sunday Times Rich List.

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For a stake of just £2.50, EuroMillions 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.

Camelot’s Andy Carter, senior winners’ adviser at The National Lottery, said: “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.”

It’s been a very good year for Brit ticket-holders so far.

On February 4, an anonymous winner claimed £109m, and on May 10, Joe and Jess Thwaite of Gloucestershire were handed a record-breaking £184m jackpot.

The low-key couple have already spent some of their winnings on a second-hand Volvo – despite being able to afford a fleet of supercars.

Earlier this week, a Brit stepped forward after winning £54.9m.

The lucky winner scooped the astonishing sum during the draw on June 10 – but didn’t contact Camelot for 11 days.

Elsewhere, another player won £20m in the Jubilee-themed draw during the bank holiday weekend.

And just last week, someone walked away with £7.4m in the weekend National Lottery draw.

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The biggest-ever winner after Mr and Mrs Thwaite is an anonymous Brit, who claimed £170m in 2019.

Colin and Chris Weir from Largs, North Ayrshire, won £161m in 2011, while Adrian and Gillian Bayford claimed just over £148m in 2012.

Singer Ora is worth £23m, according to the Sunday Times Rich List

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Singer Ora is worth £23m, according to the Sunday Times Rich ListCredit: instagram





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