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Champions League Betting Odds

Barcelona won their 4th Champions League title are defeating Juventus in Berlin. The 2016 Champions League final will take place at the San Siro on 28 May. Visit Uefa.com for more information.

Champions League Matches

TimeHomeDrawAwayBetting

Monday 14th September 2015

19:45

Benfica (2/9)

Draw (13/2)

FC Astana (22)

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19:45

Galatasaray (50/11)

Draw (11/4)

Atletico Madrid (19/20)

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19:45

Man City (13/15)

Draw (45/17)

Juventus (19/5)

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19:45

PSG (1/6)

Draw (37/4)

Malmo FF (70)

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19:45

PSV (29/10)

Draw (34/13)

Man Utd (20/19)

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19:45

Real Madrid (1/4)

Draw (13/2)

Shakhtar Donetsk (25)

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19:45

Sevilla (4/5)

Draw (14/5)

Monchengladbach (9/2)

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19:45

Wolfsburg (8/11)

Draw (3)

CSKA Moscow (47/10)

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Tuesday 15th September 2015

19:45

Bayer Leverkusen (1/4)

Draw (57/10)

BATE Borisov (20)

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19:45

Chelsea (1/7)

Draw (9)

Maccabi Tel Aviv (90)

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19:45

Din Zagreb (8)

Draw (15/4)

Arsenal (3/5)

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19:45

Dynamo Kiev (21/10)

Draw (23/10)

Porto (9/5)

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19:45

Gent (119/40)

Draw (5/2)

Lyon (6/5)

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19:45

Olympiakos (17/2)

Draw (17/4)

Bayern Munich (2/5)

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19:45

Roma (28/5)

Draw (31/10)

Barcelona (8/13)

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19:45

Valencia (3/4)

Draw (29/10)

Zenit (22/5)

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