Leicester City vs Atletico Madrid: Can The Champions Come Back And Qualify?

Leicester v Atletico odds

The second legs of the Champions League Quarter-Finals are coming up soon again. Let’s take a look at the best odds on Leicester City vs Atletico Madrid!

Online sportsbooks in the UK expect great surprises in the second leg of the Leicester City vs Atletico Madrid Champions League eliminatory. Diego Simeone’s men were clear favourites at home in the first leg. However, their performance was not convincing enough. They managed to win the game by 1-0 only. And the only goal they scored was because of a controversial penalty. Can Leicester City make a comeback?

Bet on Leicester City to beat Atletico!

The English champions are still not favourites to beat Atletico Madrid, even though they will play the second leg at home and they were playing well at Estadio Vicente Calderon. The odds for Leicester City to win are 3.70 (27/10) at Bet365, so you might want to bet on the underdogs. The odds on Atletico to beat Leicester are 2.05 (21/20) at the same sports betting site.

Which team will qualify for the semi-finals?

The fact that Leicester City made it this far is already a historic event. Not because we would expect so little from a Premier League winner in general, but such a tiny team, it’s definitely admirable. However they are now seeking glory more than ever. Reaching the semi-finals would be the top of Leicester City’s history and it is actually possible. All they need is one little victory against Atletico de Madrid.

The odds at online sportsbooks suggest that Atletico Madrid qualified for the semi-finals already. The odds for Atletico to qualify are 1.10 (1/10) at Paddy Power, while those for Leicester City are 5.50 (9/2) at BetVictor. Do you agree with the Champions League betting predictions, or do you think Leicester City is ready to make history on Tuesday night? Place your bets and let us know as well!

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