Wednesday's Powerball drawing will leap to $430 million - one of the largest in U.S. lottery history.

Tips on how a non-American can win the $700m US Powerball

Powerball jackpot now at £504 million: How UK residents can participate

Following the 21st rollover in a row for the US Powerball, the jackpot prize now stands at $700 million and players around the world can get in on the action by betting on Wednesday’s draw with online lottery website Multilotto.com.

If won, the colossal amount would rank as the second biggest US lottery jackpot win in history, with the record currently standing at a whopping $1.6 billion. In fact, with an average winning jackpot prize of $423 million, the Powerball is the world’s richest lottery.

By comparison, the average jackpot win for the Canada Lotto Max, UK Lotto and South African Powerball draws are $40.9 million, $16.6 million and $1.1 million respectively. And, to help players win the big prize, the boffins at Jackpot.com have crunched the numbers to find the world’s luckiest lottery numbers.

The numbers most frequently drawn are 16, 22, 28, 37, 6 and 3, which might give players inspiration when making their selection.

The last Powerball jackpot win was back in June, where one lucky person claimed a $448 million prize after 19 rollovers. The win before that took just two rollovers before the main prize was claimed, which suggests that a win is well overdue this week.

Register for free to Multilotto.com and use invitation code “TMBONUS“, and you will get 100% deposit bonus to lotto, total of 450% deposit bonuses to casino, 20 no deposit free spins and 200 free spins more on your first deposit.

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