Champions League Betting Odds Comparison

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Tuesday 02/10
1.178.5019.00All Odds
Tuesday 02/10
7.004.751.45All Odds
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8.505.001.42All Odds
Tuesday 02/10
1.913.704.40All Odds
Tuesday 02/10
1.309.0012.00All Odds
Tuesday 02/10
1.188.0017.00All Odds
Tuesday 02/10
3.003.452.40All Odds
Tuesday 02/10
1.474.757.50All Odds
Wednesday 03/10
1.0715.0041.00All Odds
Wednesday 03/10
2.653.302.85All Odds
Wednesday 03/10
1.624.336.00All Odds
Wednesday 03/10
3.753.702.10All Odds
Wednesday 03/10
1.504.608.00All Odds
Wednesday 03/10
1.326.1010.50All Odds
Wednesday 03/10
3.203.502.35All Odds
Wednesday 03/10
4.003.752.00All Odds
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Tuesday 23/10
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Tuesday 23/10
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The Champions League is back – Betting Tips

Inter v Tottenham – Both Teams to Score

Tottenham have had some famous nights in the San Siro in recent years. In 2010 they lost a 4-3 thriller to Inter Milan before beating AC Milan 1-0 the following season. This current crop of players will fancy their chances of another huge win in Italy when they take on Inter on Tuesday. The Italians have made a so-so start to Serie A this term and Spurs should be able to grab a goal on their travels. That said, beating Inter is never an easy task so both teams to score at 5/6 appears to be the safest bet.

Liverpool v PSG – Liverpool to Score Over 2.5 Goals

Liverpool and PSG have both had excellent starts to their domestic season. Their early season form will help confidence and give both sides huge belief but Liverpool come into the game on the back of a tough test against Spurs while PSG have basically had things their own way in Ligue 1. We actually think that will help the home side though. Liverpool should be better drilled and sharper which they can capitalise on by scoring over 2.5 goals at big betting odds of 12/5.

Monaco v Atletico Madrid – The Draw

Atletico Madrid’s European record and incredible competitiveness under the superb management of Diego Simeone make them the odds-on favourites for their trip to Monaco. That could be downplaying the chances of the Ligue 1 side though. Monaco certainly have enough quality to secure a positive result on home turf. The draw, which is available at 23/10, would be a good result for both sides so is well worth backing in what looks likely to be an evenly contested affair.

Benfica v Bayern Munich – Bayern to Win and Both Teams to Score

Bayern Munich have made a solid start to life under new manager, Niko Kovac. The former Croatia international has navigated through some tricky fixtures already and it could be more of the same on Wednesday. After a very disappointing campaign last season, Benfica will be keen to maximise their home advantage and may well score. Stopping Bayern from winning could be beyond them though so back the away side to win and both teams to score at solid enough odds of 15/8.

Man City v Lyon – Man City to Win to Nil

Man City go into the season as one of the favourites for the Champions League. Pep Guardiola won’t be looking at the odds but he will be telling his players to send a message out to the competition with a controlled win on Wednesday night. A win to nil at the Etihad, at odds of 7/5 on our odds comparison, would be the perfect start for City and although Lyon will take some beating, the Citizens should be more than up to the task.

Real Madrid v Roma – Over 3.5 Goals

Despite winning the last three Champions Leagues in a row, few pundits are tipping Real Madrid this time around. They’ve lost their manager and their talisman since beating Liverpool in the final back in May so will need to do things differently this time around. Roma arrive in the Spanish capital as the big underdogs but that means they have nothing to lose and can give it a really good go. Over 3.5 goals looks over priced at betting odds of 19/20 in what should be a thoroughly entertaining watch.

Valencia v Juventus – Cristiano Ronaldo to Score

Cristiano Ronaldo’s start to life in Italian football hasn’t entirely gone to plan but those who are talking about his skills diminishing are surely acting in haste. Ronaldo has shown an ability to adapt his game in recent years and absolutely lives for the big occasion. Ronaldo can prove that he is still the man for the big matches on his return to Spain by scoring against Valencia (13/12 in our odds comparison).

Young Boys v Man Utd – Man Utd to Win and Over 2.5 Goals

Jose Mourinho has not had too much good news this season. He’ll have been cursing the Champions League draw that put Man Utd in a very tough group and knows that his team must get maximum points from their two matches against Young Boys to give themselves the best chance of progressing. The players and fans of Young Boys will be well up for the visit of Man Utd but the extra quality of the Premier League side should make the difference so back United to win and there being over 2.5 goals in the game at 17/10.

The last eight teams are raring to go as the Champions League gets towards its exciting climax in the 2012/13 season. Read on for the latest betting odds and our predictions of who will be crowned champions of Europe.

The quarter-finals have a distinctly non-English feel to them this year for the first time since 1996. And that will please some of the leading contenders who would not have relished playing Manchester United.

Jose Mourinho led Real Madrid to victory over Alex Ferguson’s side and has been rewarded with perhaps the easiest draw of the round against Galatasaray (the Turkish side are 100/1 outsiders to win the Champions League with Unibet).

Madrid meanwhile can be backed at 7/2 with BetVictor, but they don’t quite convince us at that price. They are second favourites behind great rivals Barcelona (available at odds of 5/2 with Bet365) who have to beat French upstarts Paris Saint-Germain if Tito Vilanova is to do what Pep Guardiola couldn’t last season and win the tournament. After their exhilarating performance against Milan in the last round, they have a great chance.

Bayern Munich were humbled at home when going down 2-0 to Arsenal, but they had done enough at the Emirates to progress. They look the value bet in the outright market at 11/2 with Bet365 as Jupp Heynckes will not tolerate another poor performance from his talented team. They have the sizeable obstacle of Juventus to negotiate first though.

The remaining quarter-final sees Malaga take on Borussia Dortmund, neither of whom will have enough to win the Champions League in our opinion, but Dortmund should make the semis.

Overall we think Barca are the rightful favourites, but Bayern offer the best value. It would certainly make a fine final were they to meet at Wembley on 25th May.