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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 Outrights

Winner

Participant name Odds Bookie All odds

Bayern Munich

9/2

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Real Madrid

9/2

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Barcelona

6

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Chelsea

12

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Man City

12

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Champions League Matches

Time Home Draw Away Betting

Tuesday 15th July 2014

17:30

Valletta (2)

Draw (21/10)

FK Karabakh (4/7)

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17:45TV

Slovan Bratislava (2/7)

Draw (19/5)

TNS (8)

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18:00

FC Sheriff (3/10)

Draw (6/4)

Sutjeska (6/4)

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18:30

Zrinski (2)

Draw (11/5)

Maribor (6/5)

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19:00

Rabotnicki (9/5)

Draw (9/4)

Helsinki (17/11)

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19:45

BATE Borisov (6/17)

Draw (4)

Skenderbeu (8)

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19:45

Cliftonville (16/5)

Draw (23/10)

Debrecen (4/5)

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19:45

Din Zagreb (1/7)

Draw (11/2)

Zalgiris (12)

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19:45

Legia Warsaw (2/17)

Draw (7)

St Patricks Athletic (20)

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19:45

Malmo FF (3/10)

Draw (4)

Ventspils (9)

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19:45

Partizan Belgrade (1/11)

Draw (7)

HB Torshavn (16)

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19:45

Sparta Prague (1/7)

Draw (11/2)

Levadia Tallinn (14)

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19:45

Stromsgodset (8/5)

Draw (9/4)

Steaua Bucharest (17/10)

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20:00TV

Reykjavik (6)

Draw (13/4)

Celtic (5/11)

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Wednesday 16th July 2014

18:00

Dinamo Tbilisi (19/20)

Draw (9/4)

Aktobe Lento (13/5)

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18:00

Ludogorets (1/12)

Draw (2/7)

Dudelange (1/12)

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News

On the Hunt for value

Ben Coley searches for value in the third-place play-off at the World Cup as Brazil take on the Netherlands.

LVG reignites Scolari feud

Team news and pre-match comments ahead of the World Cup third-place play-off between the Netherlands and Brazil.

Mertesacker warning for Germany

Per Mertesacker thinks Germany will lose the World Cup final if they fail to repeat the standard of their display against Brazil.

Zabaleta wants 'special' win

Argentina's Pablo Zabaleta would love nothing more than to win the World Cup in the spiritual home of Brazilian football.

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