If you’re looking for a set of numbers to use to try and win the next Health Millions Super Jackpot on Thursday 29th October, you may want to study the statistics for guidance. Find out more about the luckiest numbers so far.
There have been more than 50 Health Millions results since the game was launched on Monday 27th April, so it is a good time to take a look at which numbers have appeared the most often.
Remember that you have to pick six main numbers from 1 to 50 when you play Health Millions, plus a Health Ball from 1 to 5. The most common main numbers to date include 6, 15, 27, 33, 42 and 43, while 5 has been the most frequently selected Health Ball.
The Statistics page shows all the number frequencies, plus a range of graphics displaying different types of information about previous Health Millions numbers. It may be that you feel those numbers that have appeared the least - currently 5, 7, 30, 32, 46 and 49, along with Health Ball 3, may soon be selected more regularly to redress the balance.
Previous events can’t have an influence on which numbers will be selected in the future, as each individual result is produced by a random number generator, but when you pick your numbers you may find it helpful to analyse the patterns that have already emerged.
Looking at the statistics from previous Super Jackpots, the most striking trend is that the number 1 has been selected as the Health Ball in each of the last three. Head over to the Super Jackpots page to see all the winning numbers from past events. There have been four Super Jackpots in total, dating back to the first one on 25th June.
The final Health Millions of every month is a Super Jackpot event, in which the top prize is pushed to £15 million. That’s three times the normal jackpot, but the cost of entry remains the same and you can still win other prizes as usual.
You only need to match the Health Ball to get a free bet for a future game, so you might decide to use the Super Jackpots stats and predict that the number 1 will come up for the fourth time in a row.
The enhanced £15 million jackpot is only available for one night before it switches back to £5 million. There are no rollovers on Health Millions, so you shouldn’t miss out on the chance to take part.
You can choose your numbers now to try and win Health Millions. Whether you want to use statistics, pick your own favourite numbers or opt for a Quick Pick, submit your entries today for the chance to land millions.
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