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A titanic £150million is expected to be bet in total, with 600m people estimated to be following the showpiece event from around the world. The race, which was inaugurated 180 years ago, will take place at Aintree this Saturday at 5.15pm. And a prize fund of a cool £1million is expected for the winner. After his victory in 2018, Tiger Roll is the hot favourite going into the race. Related articles When is the Grand National 2019 and what time does it start? Grand National 2019 weather: What is Met Office forecast this weekend? After a successful Cheltenham Festival, in which he won the Cross Country Race, the Gordon Elliott-trained horse is currently priced at 7/2. Other notable names taking on the gruelling four and a half mile course include Anibale Fly, a major contender with odds of 10/1. Rathvinden, who won at Cheltenham last year is also priced at 10/1. On the other hand, if you fancy a really ambitious flutter, the least fancied horse, Outlander, is down at 100/1.Grand National 2019: The UK’s biggest race is this weekend (Image: GETTY) How to pick the 2019 Grand National winner Oddschecker examined the trends of recent Grand National winners to decipher which horse has the best chance in 2019 Age: 31 of the 47 finishers over the last three Grand Nationals were aged under ten, highlighting the changing nature of the race. Stamina: The last 46 winners had won over at least three miles. Jumping: 18 of the last 22 winners had fallen or unseated their rider no more than twice. Previous National Pedigree: 13 of the last 22 winners previously won or placed in a National of any description. Cheltenham Festival Form: Only two Cheltenham Festival winners since 1961 have gone on to win the Grand National in the same season.Grand National 2019: The full list will be confirmed this week (Image: GETTY) Here is a full list of the 49 runners remaining, which will be narrowed down to 40 by the day of the race:Tiger RollRathvindenAnibale FlyVintage CloudsLake View LadJury DutyJoe FarrellPleasant CompanyRock The KasbahMall DiniStep BackMinella RoccoOne For ArthurWalk In The MillUp For ReviewRamses De TeilleePairofbrowneyesOut SamGo ConquerBallyopticVieux Lion RougeThe Young MasterDounikosNoble EndeavorIsleofhopendreamsGeneral PrincipleTea For TwoCaroles DestrierMala BeachUltragoldImpulsive StarBaie Des IlesValtorA Toi PhilWarriors TaleMilansbarMagic Of LightSinglefarmpaymentFolsom BlueCaptain RedbeardRegal EncoreDon PoliValseur LidoMonbeg NotoriousLivelovelaughBlow By BlowBless The WingsJust A ParOutlander #GrandNational2019, #runners, #riders, #TheFULL, #list, #49, #runners, #riders, #remainingGrand National 2019, runners, riders, The FULL, list, 49, runners, riders, remaining#GrandNationalhttps://www.express.co.uk/sport/horseracing/1109217/Grand-National-2019-runners-and-riders-full-list-Aintree-latest-odds