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Saturday's winning National Lottery numbers - £3.8m Lotto jackpot up for grabs

A life-changing prize is up for grabs in tonight's National Lottery Lotto draw on Saturday, July 31, 2021.

A jackpot of £3.8million could be yours if you match all six main numbers.

Lotto tickets are on sale from most UK newsagents and supermarkets from 8am to 11pm on most days, except when there’s a draw, in which case tickets can be bought up until 7.30pm. It costs £2 to enter.

Draws take place on Wednesday evenings from 8pm and Saturday evenings from 7.45pm, followed by the Thunderball draw.

The odds of winning the jackpot, by matching all six numbers, are 1 in 45 million.

A £11.9million jackpot could make some of your dreams come true - be it a bigger house, a flashy sportscar or whatever your heart desires.

How do you play the lotto?

Tickets are on sale from most UK newsagents and supermarkets from 8am to 11pm on most days, except when there’s a draw, in which case tickets can be purchased until an hour before.

Each one costs £2.

Lotto draws take place on Wednesday and Saturday evenings from approximately 7.45pm.

To play, you simply select five numbers between 1 and 50, plus two Lucky Star numbers from 1-12.

As well as changing lives of the prize winners, the National Lottery funds projects all over the UK.

Every week part of the ticket sales goes towards good causes.

Players have to be 16 and over and physically in the UK or Isle of Man.

If you really can’t choose and you’re finding the pressure too much, you can always select a Lucky Dip and let the machine choose a random selection for you.

You can check back here on Mirror Online for results after the draw.

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