Back your favourite sides for the upcoming encounters with online sportsbooks in EU thanks to Champions League betting odds quarter finals. All four English sides are still in the running for the European title, with Man City being among the favourites to clinch it; Barcelona are the top dog for the trophy.
Barcelona v Manchester United – H 1.36 (4/11) D 5.50 (9/2) A 9.00 (8/1)
The Catalan giants nicked an away goal at Old Trafford last week and then for the rest of the game they just laid back, but we’re guessing they’ll push harder at the Nou Camp – a ground that Man United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has fond memories of, having scored the winning goal two decades ago that handed the Red Devils their second European triumph.
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But considering the real powerhouse that Barcelona are, we’re doubtful Man United will be able to instill their game (even under Solskjaer’s aura) so we’re leaning towards the Blaugrana side to kill off the game with some early goals and proceed to the next round.
Juventus v Ajax – H 1.72 (5/7) D 3.80 (14/5) A 5.50 (9/2)
Ajax have shown to be a real force in European football this season, having knocked out 13-time Champions League winners Real Madrid in the round of 16 before being drawn with Juventus in the quarters.
The first leg ended with 1-1 reading on the scoreline and to be fair we’re thinking the second leg in Turin will end the same way, so this game might go to extra-time and even penalties. That’s why we’re placing our money on a draw with goals, considering the impressive talents within both of the squads.
Porto v Liverpool – H 3.80 (14/5) D 3.50 (5/2) A 2.10 (11/10)
Liverpool are the favourites for this match thanks to their impeccable form both domestically and in Europe, according to providers of internet betting in EU. They’re in the running for the Premier League and are also one of the main favourites to win the Champions League, although their biggest rivals Man City are ranked just above them for the Premier League and Europe’s elite competition.
Having secured a 2-0 victory from the first leg at Anfield, the Reds are in a safe place. But Jurgen Klopp won’t back down; he will insist for his boys to push forward and get another goal or two, so this should be another victory for Liverpool.
Manchester City v Tottenham – H 1.30 (3/10) D 6.00 (5/1) A 11.00 (10/1)
For the first leg at Tottenham’s new stadium, Man City were the undisputed favourites to seal a win, due to their star-studded squad that goes in depth. Spurs have a whole selection of big-name talents themselves but it’s safe to say they’re not on City’s level.
Despite being down 1-0, Pep Guardiola’s men can easily overturn that scoreline with 2-3 goals of their own at the Etihad. Tottenham have been dealt a huge blow when they faced Man City last week; they were left without Harry Kane until the end of the campaign after the striker suffered a collision with Fabian Delph.
There are other players that Mauricio Pochettino will call upon to find the back of the net for Spurs, but all in all, they’re still viewed as the underdogs so progression to the semi-finals seems a stretch. We’re backing the Sky Blues all the way on this.