A single ticket-holder could win the biggest jackpot seen in the UK in Friday's EuroMillions draw.
The estimated £112 million prize trumps the record £84.4 million scooped in May by a single winner, who remains anonymous, after last week's jackpot rollover.
Ten Britons have won EuroMillions jackpots totalling £347 million since June last year.
Analysis by the National Lottery has revealed that potential winners increase their chances by being called John or Margaret, working in the construction industry and living in the Medway postcode.
A National Lottery spokesman said: "Before changing your name, moving to Maidstone and starting a building firm, do remember that lottery luck can strike anywhere.
"The £112 million jackpot is more than enough to transform your life and the lives of your friends and family. Huge jackpots like these really capture the imagination of players but don't forget that in addition to the chance to scoop a life-changing sum, more people playing EuroMillions means more money raised for Good Causes all over the UK."
A £112 million win would place the ticket-holder in the league of Bee Gees Barry and Robin Gibb (£110 million), Phil Collins (£108 million), Rod Stewart (£105 million) and David Bowie (£100 million).
The prize will roll on to the following Friday draw if no one matches all five main numbers and two Lucky Star numbers.