Welcome to LotteryGen UK Lotto statistics

Here you'll find historic statistics about the Original 6 from 49 UK National Lottery Main Saturday and Wednesday "Lotto" draws only. .

Important announcement

For twenty one years this site has provided statistics for the original 6/49 UK lottery. From now on the lottery will change to 6 from 59 format. I am not supporting this format, the odds of winning cash are around one in 92, and of winning the jackpot one in 45 million. When the lottery changes, this site will no longer be providing statistics or advice for the new lottery. I may publish sporadic information regarding rollover draws on The Euromillions and the new lottery at some time in the future. Meanwhile I would like to thank visitors and supporters for visiting me over the past 21 years. The information regarding the old lottery will stay here for an indefinite period. Thank you. .

This site presents a quick reference, mainly by using charts.They may take a little longer to load than tables, but you'll assimilate the information quicker. Some statistics shown here are unique to this site. You should read the Disclaimer first.

Result of the last draw, sorted in ascending order
Click for Latest result in the order drawn


    The old UK Lotto is now closed, this is the final draw.

   Draw 2065 :- One ticket won the 3,348,134 jackpot prize.     


Here are the biggest Movers & shakers This week from the LTSE 49.
See Temperature analysis for current positions

These are the most successful set of 3 numbers in terms of number of 10 wins, each coming up 10 times in the history of the Lottery.
2 23 40
10 34 48
19 44 45
These are the next most successful set of 3 numbers in terms of number of 10 wins, each coming up 9 times in the history of the Lottery. 
9 27 42
14 46 49
17 22 38
There are too many sets of the next most successful 3 numbers to show here. Click  here   for a listing of the best triples down to 5 appearances.
Note that about 88% of the available 18,424 triples (unique sets of 3) have actually been drawn so far.

The most Currently Absent balls

The Most out Drawn first, etc league table



At the moment, yellow balls have more repeats and more adjacents than any other colour.

Based on UK lotto history for digital endings of the main balls the odds of these events are :-

At least one set of 2 endings the same = 2.7 to 1 ON

All different digital endings = 4.0 to 1 against.

At least one set of 3 endings the same = 10 to 1 against.

3 endings the same and 2 others the same = 60 to 1 against.

3 sets of 2 numbers with the same ending, = 106 to 1 against.

4 numbers with the same ending = 264 to 1 against

Machine usage counts, last draw machine highlighted
Useful Lotto facts

Did you know that on average, 5 new (never seen before) 10 winning combinations of 3 are created each draw ?

Three or more of the same colour happen in the main balls on average 2 draws in every 3 

Exactly 2 of the same colour happens a little more than exactly 2 of one colour and exactly 2 of another? On average every 3 draws.

At least 1 ball directly repeats to the next draw on average every 1.8 draws !

At least one rising adjacent ball (one more than in the previous draw) happens in 55% of all draws, as does a falling adjacent. 30% of all draws have both types of adjacent. This means that 80% of all draws have at least one adjacent. A draw with no adjacent happens on average every five draws.

Some people believe that digital ending analysis (looking at the second digit of each drawn ball) may help choosing in the future. Example:- balls 13 and 43 both have a digital ending of 3. See adjacent panel for odds of certain endings based on past performance.

Two consecutive numbers (doublets) appear on average in half of all the draws.

When the chi square graph keeps rising, it is preferring to pick mostly colder balls. When the graph is falling, it is repeatedly choosing mostly warmer balls. Make the right guess as to whether it will rise or fall, will help you choose your balls.

Anatamy of Draw No. 2065-------. Mains 05,07,11,30,44,49
Repeats 7, 44 directly repeated from last draw
Multiple colours 2 whites (units) 2 yellows (forties)
Adjacents There were no rising adjacents
  , 7 was a falling adjacent
Digital endings All different digital endings
Doublets There were no doublets
Triplets There were no triplets

Which ball had the longest historical absence from the UK Lottery ?

17 for 73 draws !


These pages are not in any way associated with the Camelot Group plc. The draw results on which the presented information is based has been checked thoroughly but can not be treated as an official source. Analysis methods are subject to my personal interpretation and shared with you for interest only. Past lottery results cannot predict future results and this site is intended to indicate trends only. Because this site is operated by an individual there may be occasions when information has not been updated to include the latest draw. Furthermore, I will not be held accountable for any winnings or loss of winnings or monies spent through the use of the information provided.

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