Saturday’s National Lottery jackpot is set to hit £11.4 million after no-one won the midweek draw.
This weekend’s jackpot is a “must be won” prize, meaning there will be lots more winners scooping bigger prizes if no-one picks the six winning numbers.
Wednesday’s winning lotto numbers were 35, 28, 08, 47, 51, 17 – and the bonus ball was 52.
Two players matched five numbers and the bonus ball to win £1 million each, while 67 people picked five numbers netting themselves £1,750.
Draw machine Arthur and set of balls three was used.
No-one won the £350,000 top prize on the Lotto Hot Picks, although 10 people matched four out of five to win £13,000.
The winning Thunderball numbers were 39, 36, 07, 30, 17 and the Thunderball number was 11.
Nobody won the £500,000 top prize and only one person matched five to win £5,000.
Camelot’s Andy Carter, senior winners’ adviser at The National Lottery, said: “The next Lotto draw will see an amazing £11.4 million ‘Must Be Won’ jackpot up for grabs.
“A ‘Must Be Won’ draw means there could be lots more winners winning lots more if the jackpot rolls down.”