Eurovision win predicted for Estonia by French ({{commentsTotal}})

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The online voting on Eurovision-fr.net, one of the most popular websites dedicated to pan-European song contest in France, predicts that Estonian entry will win this year's competition.

Estonia will be represented by "Goodbye to Yesterday", written by Stig Rästa and performed by Rästa and Elina Born.

Eurovision-fr.net has organized pre-contest online voting since 2010 and has previously correctly forecasted wins for Loreen and Emmelie de Forest.

"Goodbye to Yesterday" has been an early favorite since January, when the British online betting agency BetFred, the first to take bets on Eurovision, tipped Estonia for a 2015 song contest win, followed by Azerbaijan, Greece, Sweden and Finland.

Editor: S. Tambur



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