Get your analysis on your Lunchtime results and teatime results for today

This UK 49s Lunchtime & UK 49s Teatime data includes all draws up to and including June 2021. Chronology is used to distinguish ties.

UK49’s Lunchtime draws do not have fixed prizes. Instead, they use a “pure odds” prize structure, where the amount you invest and the chances of winning directly affect the prize you get.

If you were to invest R10 on matching two numbers in a six-number draw at odds of 66/1, for instance, you could win R660.

You must choose to enter either the six-number draw or the seven-number draw. Seven-number draws incorporate the Booster Ball, giving you an extra number to match yours with. The odds are shorter in a seven-number draw, as it is easier to win, but the returns are also lower.

For example, if you invested R10 on matching two numbers in a seven-number draw, you would win R450, but in a six-number draw, the same invest would win you R660. It is important to note that these numbers and figures are updated as soon as the draw is out. More often than not the numbers are arranged in a chronological order to make it easier for our users to consume the information. It is however important to also check 49s.co.uk to ensure that all numbers and figures you are matching are the correct ones. Once you are done with this check you can go on and claim your earnings.

Lunchtime:
Friday 11 th June 2021
08 – 17 – 23 – 24 – 29 – 49 – 09

Teatime:
Friday 11 th June 2021
14 – 17 – 31 -32 – 33 – 48 – 07
Lunchtime:
20 – 21 – 34 – 35 – 37 – 40 – 29

Teatime:
2 – 6 – 15 – 25 – 34 – 36 – 14
Lunchtime:
4 – 8 – 18 – 39 – 43 – 45 – 29

Teatime :
2 – 29 – 30 – 39 – 45 – 47 – 16
Lunchtime:
4 – 10 – 26 – 31 – 46 – 49 – 27

Teatime :
15 – 19 – 28 – 35 – 39 – 44 – 24

Foreign Controlled Banks

ABSA
Headquartered in Johannesburg City, ABSA is a subsidiary of Barclays Africa Group Limited. Incorporated in 1991, it offers various banking products and services. ABSA has roughly 30,000 employees. In 2016, the bank reported total assets of US$84 billion and a net profit of US$687 million.

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First Rand Ltd
First Rand Ltd is a subsidiary of FirstRand Limited. Established in 1966, the bank provides retail, commercial, corporate, and investment banking services.

It operates through three divisions, which are actually three individual banks in South Africa: First National Bank, Rand Merchant Bank, and WesBank. With around 36,000 employees, it is headquartered in Sandton. As of 2016, the bank’s total assets were US$98 billion and net profit was US$1.92 billion.

 InstitutionPhone numberWebsite
1ABSA Bank Limited(011) 350 4000www.absa.co.za
2Albaraka Bank Limited(031) 366 9000www.albaraka.co.za
3Commonwealth Bank of South Africa Ltd087 286 8833 
4Habib Overseas Bank Limited(011) 8347441www.habiboverseas.co.za
5HBZ Bank Limited(031) 267 4400www.hbzbank.co.za
6Mercantile Bank Limited(011) 302 0300www.mercantile.co.za
7The South African Bank of Athens Limited(011) 634 4300www.bankofathens.co.za