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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 (9/5)

Draw (19/10)

FK Karabakh (8/13)

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17:45TV

Slovan Bratislava (2/7)

Draw (19/5)

TNS (8)

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18:00

FC Sheriff (1/16)

Draw (1/4)

Sutjeska (1/16)

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18:30

Zrinski (2)

Draw (11/5)

Maribor (6/5)

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19:00

Rabotnicki (17/10)

Draw (11/5)

Helsinki (6/4)

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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 (1/10)

Draw (7)

St Patricks Athletic (18)

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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 (1/16)

Draw (1/4)

Dudelange (1/14)

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News

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Scolari out to restore pride

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