Ticket sales have slumped since ten balls were added in 2015, meaning a one in 45million shot at winning instead of one in 14million.
You are more likely to be crushed by a meteor – a chance of one in 700,000.
As NICK PRITCHARD finds out, those are not the only strange odds we are facing.
You are more likely to date a supermodel (880,000/1) than become an astronaut (12,000,000/1).
It is more likely you will die of snake bite (3,500,000/1) than a shark’s bite (300,000,000/1).
You are more likely to die falling out of bed (2,000,000/1) than falling off a ladder (2,300,000/1).
It is more likely you will give birth to conjoined twins (200,000/1) than identical quadruplets (13,000,000/1).
You have a much better chance of dating a millionaire (216/1) than actually winning the lottery (45,000,000/1).
The chance of someone being killed by a Syrian refugee in a terrorist attack in the USA (3,640,000,000/1) is less likely than being killed by in a vending machine accident in the states (112,000,000/1).
You’re more likely to become a pro athlete (22,000/1) than a movie star (1,505,000/1).
You’re more likely to be injured by a toilet (10,000/1) than find a pearl in an oyster (12,000/1).
You have a better chance of winning an Oscar (11,500/1) than hitting a hole in one on a par three hole (12,500/1).
Americans are more likely to become the president of the USA (10,000,000/1) than die in a plane crash (11,000,000/1).
You are 14 per cent more likely to die on your birthday than on any other day.
The likelihood of being killed by scalding from hot water (5,000,000/1) is greater than dying in a fairground accident (300,000,000/1).
More likely to drown in the bath (685,000/1) than die in an airline related terror attack (112,000,000/1).
You are more likely to win Gold at the Olympics (662,000/1) than get struck by lightning (10,000,000/1)
The odds of dying in a train crash (500,000/1) are actually greater than getting dealt a royal flush in poker (649,740/1).
You are more likely to get injured fishing than on a rollercoaster. There are eight injuries per million days on a ride at an amusement park, compared to 88 per million days fishing.
More people in the UK die putting their socks on (4 or 5 a year) than they do falling into a swimming pool (3 a year)
A motorbike journey from London to Manchester is about as dangerous as serving a full day of active duty in Afghanistan was for UK troops. Both carry odds of 1,000,000/33.
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You are more likely to get injured on a pogo stick (115,300/1) than on a horse (500,000/1).
If you are left-handed you are more likely to be killed by incorrectly using a right-handed product (4,400,000/1) than die in a terrorist attack (9,300,000/1).
You have a greater chance of getting injured while putting trousers on (10,000/1) than in a dog attack (114,634/1).