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Champions League Winner Betting Odds
To Win Champions League Odds: Outright Winner Betting; Best Odds Bold; Each-Way Place Terms: 1/3 odds 1,2.
Champions League 2019/2020 – Top Goalscorer Betting
To Win Champions League Golden Boot; Each-Way Place Terms: Win Only.
|de Goes Rodrygo||500/1|
|Angel Di Maria||2500/1|
|Kevin De Bruyne||2500/1|
Champions League: UCL Winning Team’s Nationality
Nationality of Champions League Winner.
Champions League: Name UCL The Finalists Betting
Who Will Be Champions League Finalists?
|Man City/Atletico Madrid||15/2||15/2||15/2|
|Atletico Madrid/Bayern Munich||8/1|
|Bayern Munich/RB Leipzig||12/1|
|Manchester City/RB Leipzig||11/1|
|Real Madrid/Atletico Madrid||50/1||50/1||50/1|
|Real Madrid/RB Leipzig||66/1||80/1||80/1|
|Lyon/Paris St Germain||80/1|
Champions League: Odds To Reach UCL Final
To Reach Final Betting Odds
|Paris St Germain||15/8||15/8|
Man City Favourites in Champions League Odds At Restart
Manchester City are among the favourites in the 2019-20 Champions League odds to win the when the competition resumes for its final stages in August, writes Nick Dorrington.
The round-of-16 ties were in progress when action was halted in March, and four of them must first be settled before the eight quarter-finalists can convene in Lisbon, Portugal to play out the remaining three rounds as one-off ties, concluding with the final on 23rd August.
As with the Europa League, moving from two-legged ties to a one-match, extra time and penalties format will undoubtedly provide an additional element of chance that could well result in a surprise winner.
Bayern Munich head the bookmakers’ UCL betting to lift the trophy. They won their final nine matches following the resumption of Bundesliga action in May to seal an eighth consecutive league title and followed that with victory over Bayer Leverkusen in the German Cup final. They have emerged triumphant from each of their last 17 matches in all competitions and have won 25 and drawn one of their last 26. They last lost in December.
Add to that a three-goal lead over Chelsea from the first leg of their last-16 clash and you have a team probably deserving of their status as favourites, even though they do find themselves on the tougher side of the draw.
Also on that side are Man City, vying for favouritism with our top rated, recommended bookies. They have so far progressed undefeated through the competition and hold a 2-1 advantage from the away leg of their last-16 tie with Real Madrid. They picked up more points than any other side during the final stretch of the Premier League season, meting out a number of four and five-goal drubbings.
The likely route to the final for Pep Guardiola’s side would be a quarter-final clash with Lyon or Juventus, the former of whom are 1-0 up from the home leg of that last-16 encounter, and then a semi-final against either Bayern, Barcelona or Napoli.
The latter pair drew 1-1 in the first leg of their round-of-16 tie, leaving things neatly poised for the return. Barcelona limped over the line in Spain, ceding the league title to Real Madrid, and while they may get past Napoli, current form suggests that Bayern Munich would be favourites to progress from a potential quarter-final matchup.
If Manchester City’s path to the final does prove to be Juventus followed by Bayern or Barcelona, they will have gone through three previous winners of the competition to get there. Having done so, they would, though, be guaranteed to face a side who, like them, have never previously lifted the trophy in any of its guises.
Indeed, of the four teams on the other side of the draw, all of whom have already secured their passage to the last eight, only Atletico Madrid are previous finalists. Atalanta are competition debutants, while RB Leipzig were only formed in 2009 and are involved for just the second time. Third-favourites in the UCL outright winner betting, Paris Saint-Germain have never gone further that the final four, a feat that was achieved in 1994-95.
Despite the huge investment of their Qatari backers, PSG have failed to advance past the quarter-final stage in the seven completed seasons since their return to the competition in 2012. They have gone out in the round of 16 in each of the last three. That mark has already been bettered, and this probably represents one of the best chances they are ever likely to get to reach the final at least.
Their path there might not be quite as easy as it looks. Quarter-finals opponents Atalanta have been one of the most potent attacking teams in Europe this season, averaging well over 2.5 goals per match in the league and over two in Europe too. They have some frailties (Man City walloped them 1-5 in the group stage), but they are more than worthy opponents, especially as PSG are likely to be fairly rusty given the early cancellation of the French season.
Atletico Madrid, fourth favorite in the Champions League odds, are certainly capable of grinding their way through to the final. Diego Simeone’s side are setup for knockout football and finished the Spanish season well. Timo Werner’s decision to depart early also leaves their quarter-final opponents RB Leipzig, who comfortably saw off Tottenham Hotspur in the last 16, without their primary goal threat.
After lost UCL finals to city rivals Real Madrid in 2014 and 2016, might Atletico and Simeone finally go all the way?