Could lady luck shine on another Scot for the midweek Lotto draw just as she did for James Couper from Greenock who won a staggering £4.3million last weekend?

There will be an estimated £7.2 million jackpot in Wednesday's Lotto draw after no tickets matched Saturday's top prize.

The winning numbers were 06, 30, 27, 50, 09, 40 and the bonus number was 22.

One lucky ticket holder matched five of the six numbers plus the bonus ball to win £81,543.

James Couper, 46, from Greenock, Inverclyde, is still in shock and trying to come to terms with the money he won with a lucky dip Lotto ticket last weekend.

He found out he had matched six numbers while at work last Sunday.

He celebrated the £4,369,877 win - which was half the weekend jackpot as another player also matched the numbers - with his daughter at the Mar Hall hotel near Glasgow on Friday.

He said he will take time to decide how to spend the money, but is looking for a new house and a motorbike.

He has also promised a family trip to Disney World.

He said: "I protected that ticket with my life. I hid it away in my son's old toy box at the back of a cupboard.

"I'd be sitting in the house and I'd just have to check it was still there - numerous times a day.

"I couldn't help myself; I was not going to get this far just to lose my winning ticket."

Mr Couper said he is not sure if he will retire from his ferry port job at nearby Wemyss Bay with Caledonian MacBrayne.