This chart covers the period Saturday 19 November 1994 to Wednesday 7 October 2015, during which the winning combination was drawn from 49 numbers. Bonus numbers are not included.
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BALL POSITION STATUS
The numerically ordered position, as presented after each draw.
Total appearances of the number in this position.
The above as a percentage of the total number of draws.
Average rate of appearance in this position. A value of 25, for example, means the number has so far filled the same place on average once every 25 draws.
Most recent appearance in this position, counted in draws ago. If a number appeared in the same position for the last draw, a value of 1 will be shown.
Indicates the current stage of the Cycle. A value of 100% means a full Cycle has been completed since the last appearance.
Rotation in the context of Share. A number occurring frequently in a Ball position produces a higher Score than one currently at the same stage of Cycle but which occurs less often in the position.
Totals of Ball 1 to Ball 6 columns. Averages are given at the bottom of the main chart.
Greatest space between numbers in a single draw. The lowest possible value is 7:
e.g. 07 14 21 28 35 42
would produce this after the last number. The highest possible value is 43:
e.g. 01 02 03 04 05 49
would produce this between the last two numbers.
Lowest number to highest number (inclusive) in a single draw. The lowest possible value is 6:
e.g. 21 22 23 24 25 26
would produce this. The highest possible value is 49 (01...49).
e.g. 11 12 is a run of 1.
e.g. 11 12 13 is a run of 2.
e.g. 11 12...37 38 is a run of 2.
The highest possible value is 5.
Numerical addition of the numbers. The lowest possible value is 21 (1+2+3+4+5+6).
The highest possible value is 279 (44+45+46+47+48+49).
1. Numbers repeated in a next draw. The highest possible number of repeats is 6.
2. Consecutive appearances of a number. There is no theoretical limit but unbroken shows above 3 are rare.
The complete range of the lottery may be divided equally into seven groups of numbers, or ‘bins’. An even distribution of drawn numbers would result in a maximum of bins appearing.
The information supplied on this page is statistically generated. No predictive quality is claimed.
Every endeavour is made to maintain accuracy. There may be the occasional insignificant rounding difference.
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