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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

Wednesday 15th April 2015

18:45

PSG (10/3)

Draw (27/10)

Barcelona (1)

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18:45

Porto (5)

Draw (3)

Bayern Munich (4/6)

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Wednesday 22nd April 2015

19:45

Atletico Madrid (19/10)

Draw (12/5)

Real Madrid (17/10)

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19:45

Juventus (1/2)

Draw (7/2)

Monaco (17/2)

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Champions League Outrights

Paris Saint-Germain Champions League Specials 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

News

Welbeck leaves England squad

Danny Welbeck has pulled out of the England squad because of a knee injury he suffered in Friday's win over Lithuania.

Sterling returns to Liverpool

Raheem Sterling has left the England camp expects to be fit for Liverpool's crucial Premier League match with Arsenal.

Keane: I'm not finished yet

Robbie Keane is certain he still has international goals to score as he approaches the twilight of his glittering career.

O'Neill wants to take chance

Martin O'Neill has told his players to drag the Republic of Ireland firmly back into the race for Euro 2016 qualification.

Jones expected Kane impact

Phil Jones was expecting nothing less than a goalscoring England debut for "on fire" striker Harry Kane.

No hard feelings for Lambert

Paul Lambert has only "good things" to say about Aston Villa, the club he left last month after a disappointing run of games.

Strachan happy to be patient

Gordon Strachan would like the Scotland fans to buy into his patient approach ahead of Sunday's clash with Gibraltar.

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