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Champions League Betting Odds

Real Madrid are champions of Europe for a record 10th time after beating city rivals Atletico in Lisbon. The 2015 Champions League final will take place in Berlin on 6 June. Visit Uefa.com for more information.

Champions League Matches

Time Home Draw Away Betting

Tuesday 5th May 2015

19:45TV

Juventus (36/17)

Draw (23/10)

Real Madrid (17/11)

All Odds

Wednesday 6th May 2015

19:45TV

Barcelona (8/11)

Draw (31/10)

Bayern Munich (17/4)

All Odds

Champions League Outrights

Group A

Position Team Pts

1

Atletico Madrid

13

2

Juventus

10

3

Olympiacos

9

4

Malmo FF

3

Group B

Position Team Pts

1

Real Madrid

18

2

FC Basel

7

3

Liverpool

5

4

Ludogorets

4

Group C

Position Team Pts

1

Monaco

11

2

Leverkusen

10

3

Zenit St Petersburg

7

4

Benfica

5

Group D

Position Team Pts

1

Dortmund

13

2

Arsenal

13

3

Anderlecht

6

4

Galatasaray

1

Group E

Position Team Pts

1

Bayern

15

2

Man City

8

3

Roma

5

4

CSKA Moscow

5

Group F

Position Team Pts

1

Barcelona

15

2

PSG

13

3

Ajax

5

4

APOEL

1

Group G

Position Team Pts

1

Chelsea

14

2

Schalke

8

3

Sporting

7

4

Maribor

3

Group H

Position Team Pts

1

FC Porto

14

2

Shakhtar

9

3

Bilbao

7

4

BATE

3

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