The EuroMillions jackpot has rolled over for a tenth week and has now reached an estimated £100m, UK lottery operator Camelot says.
Tickets for the draw can be bought in nine European countries
The winning numbers on Friday, when the jackpot stood at £88m, were 11, 13, 24, 44, 49. The Lucky Stars were 3 and 9.
The prize has rolled over 10 times since 25 August. The series is thought to have generated £25m for good causes.
EuroMillions is played in a total of nine European countries including the Irish Republic, France and Spain.
Tickets are also sold in Switzerland, Austria, Belgium, Luxembourg and Portugal.
In the UK, EuroMillions tickets cost £1.50 each.
Ticket-holders in the draw must match five main numbers from one to 50, plus the two Lucky Star numbers from one to nine in order to win the jackpot.