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The Eesti Laul competition climaxes on Saturday, naming Estonia's representative to the Eurovision contest in May in Copenhagen. Ten finalists have been chosen in the last two weeks, and now ERR News would like to know who you think will win, and give you a little modest prize for your correct prognostication to boot.

After all 10 acts have performed (beginning at 21:35 at the Nokia Concert Hall, carried live on ETV), two finalists will be chosen by telephone voters and judges. Those two finalists will be pitted against each other in a final telephone vote — no professional judges this time — to determine the winner.

To take part in out Facebook contest, post who you think will win, and the name of the losing finalist.

The most accurate Eesti Laul follower (and the first to guess that combination in our comments) will be graced with a DVD of the last Estonian Song and Dance festival and a Moleskin-covered notebook with a limited-edition ERR News logo.

The acts are listed below. Who are your picks? Vote in our Facebook comments section.

Eesti Laul Lineup

Laule täis taevakaar – Brigita Murutar
Für Elise – Traffic
Search – Norman Salumäe
Resignal – Wilhelm
Supernoova – Lenna
Maybe-Maybe – Super Hot Cosmos Blues Band
Siin või sealpool maad – Maiken
Tule ja jää – Kõrsikud
Amazing – Tanja
Kui tuuled pöörduvad – Sandra Nurmsalu



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