The betting odds in the Champions League get more interesting as more of Europe’s best clubs bow out of the contest. Expect the games (and the supporters) to get more rabid as we are down to the last eight clubs! All of these clubs have a shot at winning it all, but only a few
In another dramatic night of Champions League football, Ligue 1 Monaco ended Manchester City’s European dream to take a place in the last eight. AS Monaco 3-1 (6-6 on agg.) Manchester City Monte Carlo’s the place for football betting for sure, and what a night it was for the French fans as Monaco turned over
Well, me neither. But maybe we should! After all, this was the team which won the Premier League at 5001.0. There were a fair few betting tips flying around that Sevilla would be far too strong for Leicester in the last 16 of the Champions League, but the Foxes seem to have rediscovered their cunning.
It’s all changed at two of the eight clubs bidding for a place in the Champions League quarter-finals this week. That will provide an added dimension to two of these football games, not to mention make sports betting fans think twice about the effect a new boss can have on results. Certainly, I’d be lying
If there is anything we have proven in last week’s Champions League football games, it is the fact that the competition isn’t over until it’s over. Four more matches remain to be played this midweek with four more slots open in the quarter-finals, and sports betting fans can expect another thriller with the first-leg losers
Get ready for more of the same, sports betting fans. That’s my message ahead of the final set of last 16 football games. These two fixtures wowed us in the first leg three weeks ago, and there’s nothing to suggest they’ll be any less lively this time around. Atletico Madrid vs (4-2 on agg.) Bayer
Football games in the Champions League are getting interesting with the quarter-finals in sight. Betting odds suggest Portugal won’t have a representative in the last eight, but either the English Champions or Europa League holders will be there. It could well be that whoever is the most adventurous, not to mention a bit canny, will
Well if there is going to be a surprise result in the Champions League in the coming week, my guess is it may well come in the south of France. Last week we saw Barcelona make an incredible comeback in one of the football games of the millennium. Will we see another shock this week?
Brilliant Barcelona pulled off the comeback of the century to overturn a four goal deficit and reach the Champions League last eight, with three goals in the final seven minutes! Barcelona 6-1 (6-5 on agg.) Paris Saint-Germain Barca needed a goal rush to recover from 4-0 down and boy did it come. By 50 minutes
And how! Real Madrid and Bayern Munich emphatically made the last eight of the Champions League with a master-class in how to press home a big lead. Football betting pundits rate these two teams as favourites to lift the title and on tonight’s showing who would disagree? Both withstood serious early attacks as Napoli and