UEFA Champions League 2019/20 Season Betting Odds

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Tuesday 18/02
3.303.952.20All Odds
Tuesday 18/02
3.053.372.45All Odds
Wednesday 19/02
2.353.553.40All Odds
Wednesday 19/02
2.053.764.00All Odds
Tuesday 25/02
3.583.702.05All Odds
Tuesday 25/02
3.753.852.01All Odds
Wednesday 26/02
2.703.862.50All Odds
Wednesday 26/02
4.823.801.75All Odds

2019/2020 Champions League Last 16 Fixture

Tuesday – February 18th

Atlético Madrid vs Liverpool

Liverpool are massive favourites to qualify from this difficult tie against Atletico Madrid, with the Reds aiming to retain their Champions League crown this term although Diego Simeone’s side look like difficult opponents.

Jurgen Klopp will count on his attacking three players to make life difficult for a team who no longer have Diego Godin in defence, while Antoine Griezmann is no longer tormenting opposition defenders.
Atlético vs Liverpool Odds

Borussia Dortmund vs Paris Saint Germain

PSG are no bigger than 1/3 to qualify for the quarter finals at the expense of their German opponents, although there could be a case for backing Borussia Dortmund at 11/4 considering that they are an unpredictable side who can score goals.

The French side were thoroughly impressive when winning their Champions League group with plenty to spare and they are once again dominating domestically.
Dortmund vs PSG Odds

Wednesday – February 18th

Atalanta vs Valencia

Atalanta produced the Great Escape when somehow qualifying with Manchester City despite a torrid start to the group stage which saw the Italian side lose their first three matches.

The draw has been kind to the Serie A team and many will fancy the 13/10 that Atalanta qualify for the last eight stage of the competition, although Valencia will also be pleased with the outcome of this draw and Los Che are 8/11 to come through.
Atalanta vs Valencia Odds

Tottenham Hotspur vs RB Leipzig

Two relative newcomers meet at the last sixteen stage and Spurs are predictably favourites at 4/5 to go through under Jose Mourinho, with the English side having reached the final of the competition last term before losing to Liverpool.

As for Leipzig, they are top of the Bundesliga at the time of writing and this could be two close matches, with the German side having won their Champions League group and looking a touch of value at even money.
Spurs vs Red Bull Odds

Tuesday – February 25th

Chelsea vs Bayern Munich

Chelsea enjoyed a rollercoaster Champions League group campaign which saw the Blues recover from an early defeat against Valencia to come through in second place, with a 4-4 draw against Ajax living long in the memory although the number of goals shipped was clearly a concern.

Frank Lampard’s side are the 3/1 outsiders with William Hill to go through and it looks a tall order against a Bayern Munich team who destroyed Tottenham home and away during the group stage, although the Bavarian side haven’t been having things their own way domestically this term.
Chelsea vs Bayern Odds

Napoli vs Barcelona

Napoli came through a tricky Champions League group that also included Liverpool and Salzburg, although they’ve been handed a tricky last sixteen encounter against one of the favourites to win the competition.

The Italian side are rank outsiders at 4/1 to overcome their Catalan opponents over two legs, with Barca determined to make up for letting that massive lead slip against Liverpool last season and they’re 1/5 to make the last eight.
Napoli vs Barca Odds

Wednesday – February 26th

Lyon vs Juventus

Juventus will be delighted to have earned such a favourable draw and that is borne out by the prices, with the Italian champions trading at 1/5 to overcome their French opponents and we should expect a Cristiano Ronaldo-inspired performance along the way.

As for Lyon, they’re as big as 11/2 to claim a famous scalp and make it through to the last eight, although you have to say the Ligue 1 side were given a decent group.
Lyon vs Juve Odds

Real Madrid vs Manchester City

In another year, this match-up could be the Champions League final, although Real Madrid were only able to finish second behind PSG and will therefore meet a Manchester City team who won their group with something to spare.

It’s Real who are the outsiders to come through this tie and you can back Zinedine Zidane’s side at 21/10 to overcome Manchester City which looks a big price considering they recently held Barcelona at the Nou Camp.

City are 2/5 favourites to win over 180 minutes and might take some stopping in Europe this season.
Real vs City Odds

Outright Winner

We have sixteen teams left in the Champions League and the leading two clubs at the head of the outright betting market are Manchester City and Liverpool. Pep Guardiola has so far failed to land European Cup glory with the Citizens although they’re 4/1 with Ladbrokes to finally break their duck this season.

As for Liverpool, they can’t be discounted at 9/2 to retain their European title and will be relatively pleased with their last sixteen draw, while the same can be said of Barcelona and they are 5/1 to win the Champions League.

PSG and Bayern Munich are both trading at 7/1 to win the competition, with Juventus next in the betting before there’s a big jump to Tottenham at 20/1 and you can also find Real Madrid trading at a similar price.

Every other team is regarded as an outsider, with Atletico Madrid, Leipzig and Chelsea given a puncher’s chance.

The UEFA Champions League has revolutionised European football in much the same way that the Premier League has changed the English game. More people watch Europe’s premier competition than ever before, with the Champions League screened around the globe in Brazil, Albania, Fiji, Mongolia, Tajikistan and just about everywhere in between.

Now undoubtedly the biggest and best club competition in the world, many argue that the standard in the Champions League is better than can be found even in the World Cup. Moreover, for many fans and players it has eclipsed the international showpiece for prestige, importance and excitement.

The Champions League goes from strength to strength and the 2019-20 edition of this outstanding competition promises to be as good as ever. Betting on the UCL is hugely popular and whether you want to have a bet on the outright winner market, which team will win an individual match, who will be top goalscorer or even which sides will qualify for the 2019-20 Champions League, the football odds comparison at Odds1x2.com is on hand to help you get the best prices.

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Champions League Winners

The Champions League was first contested in 1992-93 but the European Cup dates back to 1955-56. The two are essentially the same thing, the competition simply being revamped and rebranded in the early 1990s. To date 22 different clubs have won European football’s biggest club prize, with Real Madrid way out in front with a total of 13 wins. For reference Milan are a very distant second with just seven wins.

2018-19 was a disappointing season for both of those giants and both will hope to bounce back and challenge once again. Real have had multiple dominant eras, winning the first five European Cups from 1956-1960 inclusive. They had a long fallow period between 1966 and 1998 but the new millennium has belonged to them, the Spanish giants adding a further six Champions League trophies to vast trophy room. Can they contend once again in 2019-20?

  • 2019 - Liverpool
  • 2018 – Real Madrid
  • 2017 – Real Madrid
  • 2016 – Real Madrid
  • 2015 - Barcelona
  • 2014 – Real Madrid
  • 2013 – Bayern Munich
  • 2012 - Chelsea
  • 2011 - Barcelona
A look at the last 10 years paints a picture of Spanish dominance in the Champions League and that is replicated when one looks at the wider history of the competition. Up to and including the 2018 final Spanish clubs have won 18 European Cup/Champions Leagues and made a further 11 finals. That is 50% more wins than Italy and England who both have 12 each, with Germany next on seven.

Looking again at more recent times shows us that Spain have been even more impressive. Including when Real beat Juve 1-0 in the 43rd final in 1998, Spanish sides have won 11 of the last 20 Champions Leagues. That strike rate of more than 50% is hugely impressive and suggests that simply betting on Real Madrid or Barcelona for the 2020 CL crown might not be a bad move.As well as those victories, both Valencia and Atletico Madrid have lost two finals in the last two decades. Agonisingly Atleti lost twice to city rivals Real, whilst Valencia were beaten by Bayern in 2001 and Real in 2000.

2019-20 Champions League Info

Whoever you want to bet on for the 2020 Champions League, here is some key info on the 65th season of this famous competition.

Fast forwarding straight to the final, Istanbul’s impressive 76,000 capacity Atatürk Olympic Stadium will play host to the decisive game. Liverpool fans will have incredible memories of the ground from the 2005 final but those associated with Milan may be less keen for a return visit. Could fate mean a bet on Liverpool is the way to go? The odds are sure to offer a handsome reward and stranger things have certainly happened in football (Leicester for the Premier League at odds of 5,000/1 anyone?!).

One of Istanbul’s teams would dearly love to make it through to a home final but the odds are remote to say the least. A Turkish side has never made the final before and in the 2018-19 season Galatasaray were eliminated at the Group stage whilst Benfica eliminated Fenerbahçe in the third qualifying round. That said, football loves writing these unbelievable romances and a bet on a Turkish side to make the final would certainly offer up big odds to those brave enough to bet on it!

Talking of qualifying rounds, whilst City, Bayern, Barca, Juve and the other European heavyweights will be dreaming of the final on the 30th May 2020, many of the competitions minnows will have a much earlier date circled in their diaries.

Qualifying for the 2019-20 Champions League takes place from the 25th June 2019, with the tournament proper not getting underway until 17th September 2019. Not long now and remember, whatever Champions League bets you want to make, be sure to use our odds comparison to get the best value possible!

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