The UK 49's daily Lunchtime and Teatime results are updated here every afternoon and evening once the winning numbers have been drawn.
Historical results for the last 10 UK49’s draws are displayed here. You will be able to view the results for both the afternoon and evening draw, as both are drawn on the same day.
Here are the Hot Numbers for the UK 49's. The numbers take into account both the afternoon and evening draws and are therefore likely to change regularly.
The Hot Pairs are displayed using a similar logic, however they focus on sets of two numbers that have been drawn together most often. They are not necessarily consecutive, however this may happen by chance.
Using the same logic in a reverse format, the Cold Numbers are the 49's numbers that have been drawn the least often.
The Cold Pairs also use reverse logic to the Hot Pairs. They are the sets of two numbers that have appeared together the least often, however this does not mean that they are more or less likely to be drawn together in future draws.
The following Smart Pick Prediction for the UK49’s Lunchtime and Teatime draws have been generated based on analysis of previous drawn numbers. These numbers can also be used as a Quick Pick combination, and they are likely to change on a regular basis.
All previous draws are analysed, and those that shared numbers with the most recent set of winning numbers are further analysed to provide the following prediction:
Please note, these predicted numbers are in no way guaranteed to win a prize in the UK49s or any other lottery game.
The UK49’s Lunchtime and Teatime draws are both 6/49 games, which means that six numbers are drawn from a drum of 49 numbers.
After the six main numbers have been draw, a seventh number known as the Booster number is drawn from the same drum.
Unlike other lotteries, the UK49’s is not sold as a lottery game. It is a lottery draw that betting companies in the UK and around the world take bets on, so you will need to check with your bookmaker for odds, prizes and any specific rules that you should be aware of.
Typically, you will have the option to choose how many numbers you want to match and set your stake amount.
There are two draw markets, the six number draw and seven number draw. In the six number draw, the ‘Booster’ ball is not included, however in the seven number draw it is, which means it’s technically easier to match your predicted numbers in a seven number game, however the prize amount is likely to be lower.
Bookmakers will typically offer some kind of calculator feature to let you know how much you will win if your predicted numbers are all draw, so you know in advance before paying.
Wherever you place your bet, you should either receive a receipt or email confirmation of your bets. Online bookmakers will typically let you know automatically if you have won a prize.
Each ball in the 49’s machine is coloured, and this is another way that some players like to choose their numbers. Take a look at each ball colour entered into the drum below and the corresponding numbers: