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Powerball draw 1387: The numbers you need to win $30 million jackpot

It’s the most wonderful time of the year – but it could be about to get even more magical with Powerball’s $30 million jackpot being drawn tonight.

One lucky Australian could be sending the year off in style as a multi-millionaire, and now is the time to find out if it's you!

After two consecutive draws with no winners, draw 1387 has climbed to $30m. The lucky numbers you need to take out the life-changing sum are: 1, 7, 19, 21, 22, 26 and 34, with the Powerball being number 2.

It comes after a NSW Powerball player took out an eye-watering $50m win at the end of November.

A Powerball ticket is held up in front of a BBQ
Check your tickets! You could be $30 million richer before Christmas. Source: The Lott

$50m winner found after four-day search

The sole winner of the jackpot finally came forward four days after draw 1384, following many unanswered calls from lottery officials.

"The winning player confessed they were still struggling to come to terms with their newfound fortune,” The Lott said. However the winner has decided to forgo the customary post-win interview, instead deciding to remain "completely anonymous".

The winning entry was purchased at Tull’s Newsagency in Forster.

Eagle-eyed Powerball players noticed a brief error when the draw results were originally published on the official website on November 24. One of the numbers posted online was incorrect, and could've had a drastically different outcome for hopeful Aussies vying for the $50m jackpot.

The real winning combination was 14, 6, 9, 25, 27, 31 and 33, with Powerball number 15.

When it was originally uploaded however, the number 16 was published as the first number, instead of the correct number of 14.

Officials from the The Lott confirmed a mistake was made and said it was fixed after about two minutes.

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