The latest UK 49’s results are out, following the Teatime draw on Sunday, 13 January 2019.
As such, the UK 49’s Teatime results on Sunday, 13 January 2019 are as follows:
UK 49’s Teatime Results:
10, 11, 12, 38, 39, 46 Booster: 43
It is worth noting that five of the winning numbers of UK 49’s Teatime draw on Sunday, 13 January 2019 – specifically 10, 11, 12, 38 and 39 tell an interesting story.
The most drawn number, or hottest number of them all from 1 December 2018, is actually a draw between numbers 11 and 38, which have been drawn a total of 7 times. On the other hand, numbers 10 and 11 are the most common booster balls in today’s batch of winning numbers – both of these numbers have been drawn as the booster balls twice since 1 December 2018.
Hot and Cold Balls
According to 49’s Ltd the most commonly drawn winning numbers, or hot and cold balls per the UK 49’s results over the years, largely remain the same. And are: 37, 47, 15, 19, 18 and 31 – with 23 bubbling under. The least drawn number is 24, which has been drawn 2086 times.
Hot and Cold Balls for the past month
Meanwhile, the hot balls for the past four weeks are 16, 4 and 33 – which have been drawn 13, 13 and 12 times, respectively.
On the other hand, the cold balls for the past month are 1, 12 and 23 – which have all been drawn 3 times.
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