Champions League Betting Tips: 2018/19 Outright Specials With 50/1 Acca!!


Champions League Betting Tips: 2018/19 Outright Specials With 50/1 Acca!!

With the dust starting to settle after two evenings of compelling top-level European action on Tuesday and Wednesday this week, the eight remaining Champions League combatants will start to assess their chances of progressing deeper into this year’s competition.

Some club’s Champions League future looks brighter than others, however, none of the four Quarter Final double-header ties look completely dead after an intensely competitive set of first leg fixtures.

With that in mind, we’ve compiled a list of Champions League outright specials based around several hypothetical and highly possibly scenarios.

Check them out below:

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Both Finalists From England – 3/1

Sergio Aguero Manchester City

None of the 8 Champions League quarter finalists fully flexed their continental muscles this week across 4 keenly contested Quarter Final first leg contests.

Even though they eked out a 1-0 win at Old Trafford on Wednesday evening, tournament favourites Barcelona looked decidedly off-colour against a Manchester United side, who are among the weakest teams left in this season’s competition.

3/1 UCL second favourites Juventus secured a first leg draw and an away goal in Amsterdam against Ajax, though the hosts showed enough during an impressive performance to suggest that they can make life difficult for the Old Lady in the reverse fixture next week.

24-hours earlier, Manchester City looked flat in their 0-1 loss to Tottenham Hotspur, though the Citizens will be confident that they can turn the tie on its head at the Etihad.

Last year’s beaten finalists Liverpool looked the most assured in their Quarter Final first leg, though they were paired with arguably the least-threatening team left in the tournament, FC Porto.

Liverpool would have also been buoyed by events at Old Trafford last night. Facing Barcelona in the Semi Finals would be preferable to facing arch rivals United, and Liverpool would have identified plenty of areas they could exploit through the La Liga giants’ sluggish centre.

Similarly, should Manchester City find a way past a Kane-less Spurs next week, they will back themselves to topple a Juventus team that has already been beaten 3 times in the Champions League this season.

That would set up a mouth-watering all-English final Wanda Metropolitano, and we think there is every chance that the Premier League will have two representatives in Madrid on June 1st. You can back that eventuality at a cracking looking 3/1 with Betvictor.