Champions League tips and betting forecasts
Discover all the SosBettingTips.com’s editorial team’s Champions League betting tips and forecasts. Reasoned arguments are given for the big matches. To discover them, click "Tip in detail".
Our Champions League tips and forecasts
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The results of our latest tips and forecasts for this competition are listed below.
Ajax / Drawn match
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What are the predictions for the quater finals?
After the draw we now have the fixtures for the Champions League quarter finals; two huge draws in Juventus-Real Madrid and Liverpool-Manchester City. Prepare your Champions League predictions!
The Champions League quarter final
- Juventus-Real Madrid: odd of 2.55 for Juventus to qualify, 1.45 Real Madrid.
- Sevilla-Bayern Munich: odd of 9/2 for FC Sevilla to qualify, 1/7 Bayern.
- Barcelona-AS Roma: odd of 1.10 for Barcelona to qualify, 5.75 for Roma.
- Liverpool-Manchester City: odd of 2/1 for Liverpool to qualify, 2/5 for the Citizens.
The key Champions League stats
The first Key statistic is theincredible number of goals last season, 3.15 goals on average per match One of the highest numbers in football worldwide. Even higher, was the average which increased to 3.4 goals per game in the knockout phase.
This key statistic is supported by another key figure: About 6 out of 10 games had three or more goals in the previous Champions League season. If you want to place a reliable prediction on the Champions League, choose « +2.5 goals in the match ». Often offered odds are around 2.00, they will undoubtedly be good for your sports betting slips.
Key statistics of the Champions League
The first key figure of the Champions League is its incredible number of goals. In the last season, 3.15 goals were scored per match on average , one of the largest volumes in the field for the football world. Even higher, the average climbs up to 3.4 goals per game in the knockout phase.
We can support this crazy statistic by another key figure: About 6 games out of 10 have had three or more goals in the last edition of the Champions League. If you want to place a reliable bet on the Champions League, then focus on "+2.5 goals in the game". Often offered at odds that revolve around 2.00, they will undoubtedly do good to your sports betting jackpots.
What to know before betting on the Champions League
To make a good bet on LDC, you should know that the teams that play in front of their audiences will inevitably benefit. 44% of the matches have won a place , up to 48% last year, considering the last five seasons. If you are hesitant about a balanced meeting, aim instead for a success of the home team.
If they only represent 28% of victories through the competition, be aware that the teams that are travelling away from home can be still good. For example, last year, 7 out of 10 matches saw a goal from the visiting team , one of the big ratios of the world. In view of the last two statistics stated, the bet "Team 1 wins but team 2 scores" will be one of the good bets to try on your Champions League predictions. Expert Word.
Finally, to be complete on our analysis of the 2017-2018 Champions League, take note of the importance of receiving the return match. Last year, for example, 65% of the clubs that received on return qualified for the next round, between 6 and 7 out of 10. Ideal statistics for your long-term bets.
General presentation of the Champions League
The Champions League is without a doubt the most beautiful of all European football competitions. Every year, it contains the best teams of the world, through group stage and then a knockout stage. To participate, the teams must have been one of the top teams of their leagues the previous year and. Last year, as in the 2015-2016 season, it was Real Madrid who beat Juventus in the final.
As in the last edition, Real Madrid will still be of course favourites. With players such as Cristiano Ronaldo, Sergio Ramos and Luka Modric, the club in the Spanish capital seems to be ahead of other European teams, and could be the first to claim the triple since Bayern Munich did it between 1974 and 1976. Bayern will be one of its most serious competitors. Coached by Carlo Ancelotti and equipped with incredible talents (Lewandowski, Neuer, Thiago, Coman, Ribery, Robben), the Bavarian club will not be taken lightly. Chelsea, FC Barcelona, Paris-Saint-Germain and Juventus will also be credible candidates for the final crown.