Champions League Quarterfinal Odds: Best Betting Lines For Every Match


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Champions League Quarterfinal Odds: Best Betting Lines For Every Match

The UEFA Champions League is down to the final eight teams, with the first leg of the quarterfinal round set for April 9 and 10. Top soccer sportsbooks have released betting odds on all four matches as the quarterfinal round begins.

Defending champion Manchester City remains the favorite to win the Champions League for a second consecutive season at odds of +185. For the quarterfinals, Man City has drawn Real Madrid, a squad that’s also among the top Champions League favorites at +650. Current EPL leader Arsenal is at +500 in Champions League futures odds.

Below, we’ll look at the best Champions League betting odds for every quarterfinal match. You can also check out full Champions League odds, as well as more soccer odds from leagues and tournaments around the world.

Champions League quarterfinal odds

Tuesday, April 9

Bayern Münich at Arsenal

Bayern Münich stumbled in the first leg of the Round of 16, losing 1-0 to Lazio in a match that saw Dayot Upamecano sent off for a foul that also earned him a one-match suspension. The team rebounded with a 3-0 win in the second leg to cruise into the quarterfinal round, but questions abound about whether manager Thomas Tuchel will last through the remainder of the Champions League campaign.

Arsenal got through to the quarterfinals on penalty kicks against Porto after the two sides ended 1-1 on aggregate. The Gunners have been hot lately and are still in contention for the Premier League crown. Defensively, Arsenal has proven sound of late, surrendering no more than a single goal in any match since the team’s loss to Liverpool in the FA Cup back in January.

Manchester City at Real Madrid

Manchester City began this campaign as the clear favorite to win the Champions League for what would be its second straight title, and that hasn’t changed. The team is third in the English Premier League, with manager Pep Guardiola trying to shake things up as the season winds down. That included benching Erling Haaland and Kevin de Bruyne for a recent match against Aston Villa, while Phil Foden came through with a hat trick to keep Man City in the hunt. The squad has not lost a Champions League match all season, and it easily cruised past Copenhagen for a spot in the quarterfinals.

Real Madrid is currently soaring to another La Liga title with only one loss so far this season and a 46-goal differential in its home league. The team squeaked by Leipzig 2-1 on aggregate to earn a quarterfinal slot, but it’s remained steady in Champions League odds all season. Real Madrid suffered a home loss during the group stage of the Champions League back in December, but prior to that, it hadn’t lost at home in a Champions League match since the 2009-10 season.

Wednesday, April 10

Borussia Dortmund at Atletico Madrid

Dortmund won Group F with the fewest points of any Champions League group winner, then got a big win in the second leg against PSV to advance out of the Round of 16. The team picked up a big Bundesliga win last week, ending a winless streak against Bayern Münich with a 2-0 shutout.

Atletico Madrid barely skated by Inter Milan in the Round of 16, winning on penalties after the teams finished 2-2 on aggregate. The squad is barely hanging on to a top-four spot in La Liga as the season winds down and has been angling for some roster improvements, such as adding Marcos Alonso at the end of the season. While Atletico has been near the bottom in odds to win the Champions League, the team remains relatively high in odds to reach the final at .

Barcelona at Paris Saint-Germain

Barcelona punched its ticket to the quarterfinals with a 3-1 win over Napoli in the second leg of the Round of 16. Currently holding onto the second spot in La Liga, the team hasn’t lost a match since emerging from a somewhat rocky month in January.

Paris Saint-Germain struggled in the group stage — winning two, losing two, and coming up with two draws. It’s currently cruising to a lopsided championship in Ligue 1 and is slated to face Lyon in the final of the French Cup in late May.