Champions League round of 16 still has plenty to offer as we’re set to see a spectacle tomorrow evening at Anfield between Liverpool and Bayern Munich.
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Liverpool v Bayern Munich – H 2.05 (12/11) D 3.80 (14/5) A 3.60 (13/5)
Robert Kovac has omitted both Jerome Boateng and Franck Ribery from tomorrow’s encounter at Anfield, which has brought about a concern for Die Roten fans, especially since they’re the underdogs heading into the highly anticipated match.
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Anfield is a tough ground for any opposition due to the hostile reception that the travelling sides normally face. And with this being the knockout phase of the Champions League, we’re willing to bet Liverpool will give their all to reach the final like they did last year; that’s why we’re backing a win for the hosts.
Lyon v Barcelona – H 4.50 (7/2) D 4.00 (3/1) A 1.80 (4/5)
Barcelona are one of the main favourites for the Champions League title – along with Man City – especially since Real Madrid, who have won the last three editions of the competition consecutively, have underperformed this season, both at domestically and in Europe.
Former Lyon defender Samuel Umtiti – who switched to Barcelona in the summer of 2016 – will be missing from the lineup for tomorrow’s encounter after suffering a knee injury, thus giving the French side a slight boost in confidence.
But looking at each of the respective side’s squad, the hosts don’t really have a big chance against the Calatan giants who are doing everything in their power to clinch the Champions League for the first time since 2015, as their fierce rivals Real Madrid have dominated Europe since then.
Atletico Madrid v Juventus – H 2.80 (9/5) D 3.10 (21/10) A 2.87 (15/8)
The Rojiblancos have the upper hand (playing in front of their own supporters at Wanda Metropolitano) heading into the match against the Turin side, which will see them go up against a world-class star of their greatest rivals Real Madrid – Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Portuguese scored loads of goals against them when he played for the Bernabeu side, so betting on Ronaldo to bag a goal in the match could be a thing worth considering. But considering the strength of both sides, we’re willing to place our money on a draw with goals with providers of internet betting in EU.
Schalke v Manchester City – H 11.00 (10/1) D 6.50 (11/2) A 1.28 (2/7)
This should be a routine victory for Pep Guardiola’s side, so you might want to place your bets on the goalscorer of the match. Man City are one of the main favourites to lift the Champions League this season, which would be their first-ever European title – that’s why you could also place a wager on them winning the competition.