Aus lotto Predictions

Oz Lotto - 17/05/2022

Cold Numbers

10

1 times

33

1 times

40

1 times

13

1 times

21

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24

2 times

29

2 times

Our Prediction

21

2 times

24

2 times

07

8 times

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Hot Numbers

07

8 times

26

8 times

17

7 times

04

7 times

06

7 times

34

7 times

37

7 times

Aus lotto Predictions

Making predictions on the results of the OZ Lotto Draw means you need to have an understanding of rAustralia is a lotto-crazy nation and the popularity of lottery games dates back to the 1970s, an era where several lotto draws were introduced, most of which are still being played today. Australians have daily opportunities of winning lotto jackpot prizes because these draw games are spread throughout the week.
Australia has two main lottery operators namely Lotterywest and Tatts Group Limited with LotteryWest being the government-owned operator which operates lotteries exclusively in Western Australia and Tatts Group Limited being the privately owned operator which has different operators for each region and please note that all these different operators fall under one mega brand called The Lott. The major difference between LotteryWest and Tatts Group is in their jurisdiction because residents across Australian states can take part in these national lottery games offered by Tatts Group but LotteryWest games are exclusively available in Western Australia
The different Tatts Group Limited operators for each region are Tatts Lottery, Golden Casket, NSW Lotteries and SA Lotteries, below is a list of the regions they operate in;
NSW Lotteries (New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory.)
SA Lotteries (South Australia.)
Golden Casket (Queensland.)
Tatts Lottery (Victoria, Tasmania, and the Northern Territory.)
Australian lotteries which are run by both Lotterywest and Tatts Group Limited are:

  • Monday Lotto
  • Oz Lotto
  • Wednesday Lotto
  • Powerball Lotto
  • Saturday Lotto

How do you play the Australian Lottery?

As we have earlier indicated, the Australian lottery has quite a number of lotto draw games and all these games are different in nature and also have different rules and playstyles. This article will look at each game individually, clearly explaining what the game entails and how to play it.

AUS Lotto Monday

Monday Lotto is a popular lotto draw in Australia which was launched over 4 decades ago in the year 1979. The Monday Lotto draw is similar to Wednesday Lotto with the only difference being the draw dates. As the name suggests, the Monday Lotto is drawn each and every Monday and the draw time is 8.30pm AEST / 9.30pm AEDT. This draw game is a 2 set lottery which uses the matrix 6/45 + 2 which means that you must select 6 balls from 1 to 45 and then 2 bonus balls, such a matrix means that this is not an easy draw game but the good thing however is that several people have won the Monday Lotto jackpot. There is a guaranteed jackpot prize of A$1 Million to be won by the person who manages to match all his selections with the drawn ones. Please note that if you fail to win the jackpot prize, you can still win because there are 6 prize categories of winning with the Monday Lotto draw. The odds of winning the Monday Lotto draw are not that difficult as they stand at 1 : 8,145,060. Please note that there are no rollovers with the Monday Lotto Draw.

AUS Lotto Wednesday

Wednesday lotto is a popular lotto draw in Australia which was launched about 38 years ago in 1984. This draw is similar to Monday Lotto with the only difference being the draw dates as Monday Lotto is drawn on Mondays and Wednesday Lotto is drawn on Wednesday. The Wednesday Lotto is drawn each and every Wednesday and the draw time is 8.30pm AEST / 9.30pm AEDT. This draw game is a 2 set lottery which uses the matrix 6/45 + 2 which means that you must select 6 balls from 1 to 45 and then 2 bonus balls, such a matrix means that this is not an easy draw game but the good thing however is that several people have won the Wednesday Lotto jackpot. There is a guaranteed jackpot prize of A$1 Million to be won by the person who manages to match all his selections with the drawn ones. Please note that if you fail to win the jackpot prize, you can still win because there are 6 prize categories of winning with the Wednesday Lotto draw. The odds of winning the Wednesday Lotto draw are not that difficult as they stand at 1 : 8,145,060. Please note that there are no rollovers with the Monday Lotto Draw.

AUS Lotto (Tuesday)

The Oz Lotto is a popular draw game in Australia and it is mostly popular because several people have become instant millionares courtesy of the Oz Lotto, the Oz Lotto is one of the most lucrative lottery draw games in Australia because some Oz Lotto jackpot prizes have exceeded the AU$100 million mark with the record being AU$111,972,151 million which was won in November 2012 by four lucky winners. Oz Lotto uses the matrix 7/45 so for you to play the Oz Lotto, you must choose seven numbers from a range of 1-45, the winner of the jackpot for this particular draw game is one who has managed to match all 7 selections with the 7 drawn numbers. The draw’s jackpot prize starts at AU$2 million and can go without being won for a maximum of 25 consecutive draws, If it happens that there are no winners on the 26th draw, the jackpot money is split between the winners of the next highest prize category. Oz Lotto has draws every Tuesday evening at 8.30pm AEST / 9.30pm AEDT. It’s not easy winning the Oz Lotto because the odds of winning are 1 in 45,379,620. There is a total of 7 prize divisions so you can still win even if you miss out on the jackpot.

Australian Powerball

Australian Powerball, which is quite similar to the hugely popular US Powerball was launched in 1996. In its initial stages, the Australian Powerball had similar set of rules as US Powerball but that has since changed after the introduction of a seventh regular ball. The Australian Powerball has a rollover jackpot which starts at A$3 million and continuously grows every week until it has been won, this makes the Australian Powerball a very lucrative draw game. This draw game is a two set lottery which uses the matrix 7/35 + 2/20, what this means is that you must select 7 numbers from 1-35 and then 2 numbers from 1-20 in the second set, in order for you to win the jackpot, you must make sure that you match all your selections with the drawn numbers. Please note that the Australian Powerball is drawn each and every Thursday at 8.30pm AEST. This is such a difficult draw to win as evidenced by the odds of winning which stand at 1:76,767,600, although it is difficult to win, several people have won the jackpot and the record jackpot win was recorded in the year 2009 when a total of A$80 Million was won. There is a total of 8 prize divisions so you can still win even if you miss out on the jackpot.

AUS Lotto Saturday

Saturday Lotto is a very popular draw game in Australia which of course is drawn on a Saturday as the name suggests. The lotto has not recorded huge jackpots which have been recorded by some Australian draw games like Powerball and Oz Lotto, but it still remains a lucrative draw game as the record jackpot is $33 Million which was won in the year 2006. The game uses the matrix 6/45 + 2 and in order for you to play the base game, you need to pick 6 numbers from 1 to 45. Every draw, 6 winning numbers are drawn, plus 2 supplementary numbers. If your picks match all 6 of the draw’s winning numbers, you win the grand prize. The 2 supplementary numbers are used to determine secondary prize winners. The Saturday Lotto has a rollover jackpot prize which starts at A$4 million which is parimutuel, which means that it is shared between multiple winners. A few times a year, the jackpot shoots to A$20 million, which is called a Superdraw. The Saturday Lotto is drawn every Saturday at 8.30pm AEST. The odds of winning the Saturday Lotto are 1:8,145,060, which is not that bad. Please note that there are 6 prize divisions with this draw game.
When are the draws conducted?
Drawing times for the Australian lotto games are different as they are separate games altogether. Below are the draw dates and times for all the draws;
Game Draw Days Draw Times*
Monday Lotto Monday 8.30pm AEST / 9.30pm AEDT
Wednesday Lotto Wednesday 8.30pm AEST / 9.30pm AEDT
Oz Lotto Tuesday 8.30pm AEST / 9.30pm AEDT
Australian Powerball Thursday 8.30pm AEST
Saturday Lotto Saturday 8.30pm AEST
Who can bet on the Australian Lottery?
Players need a verified Australian address to create an online player account. If you are from Australia, but currently overseas, you might not be able to play online. However, you can use the services of a third-party agent in order for you to play.