Jurgen Klopp’s side face Porto in the last eight and their odds have shrunk
Liverpool and Juventus are the big movers in the Champions League winners market, going from +550 into +400 and +400 into +235 respectively after the quarter-final draw was made.
Jurgen Klopp’s Reds face Porto with a game against Manchester United in the offing should the two side’s progress, while Juventus face Dutch side Ajax.
United face Barcelona in a tough-looking test for Ole Solskjaer, while Man City go up against Spurs in an all-English affair.
Since the draw was made, 44% of bets have gone on Liverpool, with Juventus the next best backed side with 27%.
Man City remain the +250 favourites, with the ‘Old Lady’ now second favourites at +325 best price.
Liverpool are further back at +400 best price to go one better than last year, with United and Spurs available at +1800 and +2500 to go all the way.
Man Utd had a big slump in odds after they drew the Catalans, with the threat of Lionel Messi causing prices to slump from +1200 this morning to +1800.
Nobody can match the drop in price of Porto though, who have seen a freefall from a best price of +7000 to +9500 since drawing Liverpool.
Oddschecker spokesman George Elek: “Liverpool got the team they perhaps would have preferred on paper, but a huge derby against Man United or a battle against Barcelona awaits them if they get past the Portuguese champions. Juventus may be the bet right now, although Ajax could well pull off another big shock.”