Will Barcelona knock out Chelsea for odds 7/20? What are your thoughts on Chelsea to be eliminated in the semi-finals at odds 9/1? Bet on Chelsea in the Champions League to see how far the reigning English champions will get!
According to Unibet Sportsbook, odds are given for all the teams who are currently in the knock-out stages of the competition. But Chelsea is the English champions, but will they possibly beat Barcelona?
Online sports betting sites in the UK does not back the Premier League club to as odds are highly in favour of Barcelona progressing over the 2-legs. But is that a fair valuation for the winners of the competition in 2012?
Season so far
Chelsea has not been able to replicate the title winning season they had last year which will disappoint Antonio Conte to the fullest. The Italian has already told online gambling news in the UK to focus on the top four: “There is great motivation to find a place in the Champions League next year, there are four places for six top teams.”
Bet on Chelsea in the Champions League: Can the club go on to win it?
In the Champions League winning campaign, the blues came up against the odds on three occasions. More notably, the Champions League semi-finals against Barcelona, which they won 3-2 on aggregate and the final played in Bayern Munich’s stadium, against the German club.
Winning on penalties, to secure a first Champions League trophy for any London club, they have not been as successful in the competition. This season though, they come up against Barcelona with a very capable squad of advancing … but when will they be eliminated?
Chelsea in the Champions League betting odds
- Eliminated in the Last 16: 7/20
- Eliminated in the Quarter-finals: 4/1
- Eliminated in the Semi-finals: 9/1
- Runners up: 23/1
- Winners: 25/1
To bet on Chelsea to win the Champions League is a bold move but they are capable of doing so, especially with master-mind Antonio Conte at the helm. Log in to Unibet Sportsbook to place a bet on Chelsea in the Champions League and how far will their campaign go.