The probability of winning the jackpot under the new rules is 0.000000022194
Pair had been eating ‘bacon and black pudding rolls’ when they found out about their win
The rollover prize was split between two tickets that had all six winning numbers
They don't all have happy endings – in fact, many lottery winners end up blowing it all
'Don’t choose numbers all in a row like one to six, don’t choose last week’s winning numbers.'
This jackpot has been rolled over 14 times.
Lotto organisers expect to be selling more than 400 tickets per second in the last hour before sales close
Someone, somewhere has to win it – and it could be you, if you follow these simple rules
The Lotto draw is biggest jackpot in UK history - smashing the previous record of £42m from January 1996
Wednesday night's £50.4 million lottery jackpot is the largest in UK history, surpassing the previous record of £42 million.
Thousands of people are rushing to buy lottery tickets in an attempt to win UK’s highest ever jackpot of £50.4 million, but the odds of winning are incredibly miniscule
This Wednesday’s £50 million jackpot is the National Lottery's biggest ever
The big prize probably only came about because the National Lottery made you less likely to win it
Lotto spokeswoman: 'A single winner would instantly become the biggest Lotto winner the nation has ever seen'
The chance of matching all six balls will decrease from one in 14 million to one in 45 million