The Powerball jackpot has rocketed to an out-of-this-world $60 million tonight and Australians are racing to secure their entries in the hope of landing that division one prize.

It’s been six weeks since Powerball crowned its last division one multi-millionaire and tonight’s jackpot is the third highest the game has seen this year.

It comes less than three months after the record-breaking $100 million Powerball draw, which was won by a young man from Melbourne and a hardworking Sydney dad.

So far in 2018, 14 entries have taken home $304 million in Powerball division one prize money.

While Powerball is a random game of chance and every number has an equal chance of being drawn, we can reveal the ‘hot’ and ‘cold’ numbers drawn during the past 25 draws.

From the main barrel, where seven winning numbers are drawn from 35, the ‘hot’ number is 32, which has been drawn 12 times, or almost every second draw, since April. The number 25 is another ‘hot’ number having made an appearance nine times since April.

At the same time, there are some numbers that have barely made an appearance during the past six months. These include the numbers 12, 26 and 11, which have each been drawn less than four times each since April.

From the separate Powerball barrel, where a single Powerball number between one and 20 is drawn, the number 3 has been drawn more than any other during recent draws.

Now you know the ‘hot’ and ‘cold’ Powerball numbers of 2018 will they impact your entry in tonight’s draw?