Friday's EuroMillions jackpot is estimated at a whopping £92 million.
The cut-off time for entries is 7.30p.m.
The probability of having all five numbers and both 'Lucky Stars' is 1 in 139,838,16 which, in percentage terms, equates to 0.00000072 per cent.
Scottish couple, Colin and Christine Weir, scooped one of the biggest jackpots in EuroMillions history in 2011 when they won more than £160 million.
Anyone who wins Friday's jackpot would have enough money to purchase 29 McLaren P1 GTR cars which start at an affordable £3.2 million.