Champions League Betting Odds

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Champions League

24th October 2018

Game 1 X 2
PSV Eindhoven vs Tottenham 17:55
Club Brugge vs Monaco 17:55
Dortmund vs Atlético Madrid 20:00
Lokomotiv Moscow vs Porto 20:00
Galatasaray vs Schalke 20:00
Barcelona vs Inter 20:00
Liverpool vs Red Star Belgrade 20:00
PSG vs Napoli 20:00

7th November 2018

Game 1 X 2
Valencia vs Y B Bern 17:55
CSKA Moscow vs Roma 17:55
Benfica vs Ajax 20:00
Man City vs Shakhtar Donetsk 20:00
Viktoria Plze? vs Real Madrid 20:00
Juventus vs Manchester Utd 20:00
Bayern Munich vs AEK Athens 20:00
Lyon vs Hoffenheim 20:00

All odds were last updated on 2018-10-24 02:24:45 and are subject to change.

Check the latest champions league odds and enjoy our numerous free bet offers. Probably the biggest event in European football bringing in top clubs from around Europe into a league format followed by the knock out stages.The tournament proper begins with a group stage of 32 teams, divided into eight groups. Seeding is used whilst making the draw for this stage, whilst teams from the same country may not be drawn into groups together. Each team meets the others in its group home and away in a round-robin format. The winning team and the runners-up from each group then progress to the next round. The third-placed team enters the UEFA Europa League.

A total of 22 clubs have won the tournament since its 1955 inception, with Real Madrid being the only team to win it twelve times, including the first five. Only two other clubs have reached ten or more finals: Milan and Bayern Munich. A total of 12 clubs have won the tournament multiple times: the three forementioned clubs, along with Liverpool, Ajax, Barcelona, Internazionale, Manchester United, Benfica, Nottingham Forest, Juventus, and Porto. A total of 17 clubs have reached the final without ever managing to win the tournament. Leeds United were probably the unluckiest team being virtually robbed in most peoples opinion when they reached the final in 1975 having two penalty appeals turned down and a goal disallowed.  The referee Michel Kitabdjab was later banned from football in a unconnected matter.

Clubs from ten different countries have provided tournament winners. Spanish clubs have been the most successful, winning a total of 17. Italy and England are joint-second with 12, while the other multiple-time winners are Germany with seven, Netherlands with six, and Portugal with four. The only other countries to provide a tournament winner are Scotland, Romania, Yugoslavia, and France. Greece, Belgium and Sweden have all provided losing finalists.

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