UEFA Champion League Betting Odds Man City clipped to 13 8

As a result of the draw for the round of 16, Manchester City’s chances of winning the Champions League have significantly decreased.

In the draw held on Monday, Pep Guardiola’s team was given the assignment of playing against RB Leipzig of Germany. The oddsmakers believe that this will be the next step in a successful campaign.

OKBET.com gives a probability of 13/8 that Manchester City will become the first team to win Europe’s most prestigious club competition.

According to Steve Freeth, who works for OKBET.com, “Manchester City’s position at the top of the betting for the Champions League has been strengthened even further after being paired with Leipzig.” Freeth shared this information with FreeTips.com.

We wouldn’t hold it against them if they won the trophy because they’ve learned from a lot of our mistakes over the years.

Although OKBET.com would not be disheartened by a City victory in the Champions League, they are concerned about Napoli winning the tournament in its entirety.

The German club attracted a lot of attention with their highly successful group campaign, and as a result, their pre-group stage odds of 150/1 have been slashed all the way down to 12/1.

“One team we most definitely do not want anywhere near Istanbul on June 10 is Napoli,” “They are just too dangerous.”

– Freeth said afterward.

They have been drawn to play Eintracht Frankfurt, which appears to be a favorable matchup for them, and the hot team has a good chance of advancing further in the competition.

When compared to 13/8 City, 7/1 Bayern Munich, and the 9/1 tie for Paris Saint-Germain and Liverpool, these odds place them in fourth place.

As a result of the draw, the odds of there being an all-English final have increased to 11/4, and the striker for Manchester City, Erling Haaland, is currently the 15/8 favorite to score the most goals during the competition.

Latest Champions League Odds

Winner: 13/8 Manchester City, 7/1 Bayern Munich, 9/1 Paris Saint-Germain, 9/1 Liverpool, 12/1 Real Madrid, 12/1 Napoli, 14/1 Chelsea, 16/1 Tottenham, 25/1 Benfica, 33/1 Inter Milan, 50/1 AC Milan, 50/1 Borussia Dortmund, 100/1 RB Leipzig, 100/1 FC Porto, 100/1 Eintracht Frankfurt, 150/1 Club Brugge. Runners-up: 13/8 Manchester United, 7/1 Bayern Munich, 9/1 PSG, 9/1 Liverpool

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