What are the latest SA Daily Lotto results?
The latest results, from 2019-09-21, are:
14 - 17 - 23 - 28 - 29.
What are the SA Daily Lotto hot, cold and overdue numbers?
Based on all draws, the SA Daily Lotto lottery hot numbers are 15 and 29 and the cold numbers are 22 and 30.
As for the latest 100 draws the hot numbers are 26, 2 and the cold numbers are 30, 34.
Last but not least, the most overdue numbers are 13, not drawn during the latest 22 draws and 18 which was not drawn since 19 draws.
How about common pairs, triplets and quadruplets?
The most common pair is 10, 12. It came out 9 times.
Triplets, quadruplets, etc are available by clicking the button below.
Note: during all draws!
What should I know about SUM of the numbers?
The sum of the drawn numbers is between 42 and 142 which gives us an average of 92.
6 times the SUM of the SA Daily Lotto numbers was 83.
And the SUM of the digits?
The sum of the digits is between 17 and 47 for an average of 32.
11 times the SUM of the digits that make up the SA Daily Lotto numbers was 29.
What is the SA Daily Lotto numbers range?
The range is between 6 and 34 so the average range is 20.
8 times the range of the SA Daily Lotto numbers was 26.
What is the evens/odds ratio?
Even vs Odds ratio is 242/258.
The latest results contained 2 even and 3 odd numbers.
What is the SA Daily Lotto numbers repeating rate?
During the most recent 100 draws, 43 times no number from one draw was drawn again in the very next draw, while 1 number from some draws have been drawn in the next draw a total of 42 times and 2 numbers came out in the next draw a total of 12 times.Repeating nrs. chart
And during the last draw?
From the latest results, number 23 was also drawn in the previous draw.Latest results
How to find the next SA Daily Lotto numbers?
By looking back at the most recent 100 draws of this lottery we can see that 2 times the drawn numbers can be found among the previous numbers and their neighbors. Furthermore, 4 times the drawn numbers can be found among the numbers and their neighbors of the previous 2 draws.More in the matrix
Next numbers in neighbors only?
Only 1 time, the winning numbers could be found among the neighbors of the numbers drawn in the previous 2 draws. While 3 times, the winning numbers were among the neighbors of the numbers drawn in the previous 3 draws.More in the matrix
What if we look at the previous numbers only?
To find the winning combination we would have to look at the numbers of the previous 4 draws, at least 1 time. 2 times we would find them in the previous 5 drawsMore in the matrix
How often are consecutive numbers being drawn?
2 consecutive numbers have been drawn 38 times and 3 consecutive numbers came out 3 times. Furthermore, 4 consecutives have been drawn 2 times.
What is the occurrence of the consecutives drawn?
The most draws in a row that contained consecutive numbers is 5 and the most draws in a row that did not contain consecutive numbers is 8.
When were consecutive numbers drawn last time?
During the latest draw.
How far apart are the drawn numbers?
The lowest value for the wide gap (highest difference between two adjacent numbers) was 3 while the highest value was 23.
The lowest value of the narrow gap is 1 when consecutive numbers exist. And the highest value of the narrow gap was 6.
Are there any repeating decades?
Sure there are some. A number of 32 times there were 1 + 2 repeating decades.
The latest results contained 2 + 3.
And repeating digits?
1 digits repeated themselves a number of 37 times.
The were 1 in the last numbers also.
Is there a generator available?
Yes, an advanced generator is available for this particular lottery too.SA Daily Lotto Generator
How about a Quick Pick system?
That too, of course.SA Daily Lotto QuickPick
Any predictions out there?
Sure thing. You'll find them by clicking the button below.SA Daily Lotto predictions
What are the chances to hit the jackpot?
Chances to hit the SA Daily Lotto jackpot are one in 376,992
What type of lottery system is this?
This is a 5 / 36 lottery system.
When does the draw take place?
Every day of the week at approximately 19:00 GMT.