Champions League Odds: Quarterfinal Round Betting Lines For Every Game

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The second leg of the Champions League quarterfinals continues on Wednesday. The favorite to win is still Manchester City at odds of +165. Man City heads into the second leg with Real Madrid (+750) tied 3-3 on aggregate. In Tuesday’s matches, both Paris Saint-German (+333) and Borussia Dortmund (+1100) advanced to the semifinals. Wednesday’s quarterfinal matches also include Arsenal (+650) at Bayern München (+700), with those teams tied 2-2 on aggregate headed into the match.

Below, we’ll look at the latest Champions League odds for every match in the second leg of the quarterfinal. You can also check out full soccer odds, plus how to bet on soccer.

Champions League quarterfinal match odds

Wednesday, April 17

Arsenal at Bayern M¨unchen

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Arsenal had a good chance to jump out to a lead with a home win in the first leg, but a couple of defensive miscues let Bayern München get back into it for a 2-2 finish. The Bayern fans were barred from attending this match after repeated violations of UEFA rules against fireworks thrown onto the pitch, but they’ll be out in force at home. The bad news for Bayern is that Kingsley Coman has been ruled out after suffering an injury in a Bundesliga match. Alphonso Davies is also out for Bayern after being booked in the first leg.

Real Madrid at Manchester City

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Defending Champions League winner Manchester City overcame a 2-1 deficit with Kevin de Bruyne on the bench due to illness and managed to even things up 3-3 by the end of the first-leg match. Real Madrid had won three straight Champions League matches coming into that home game and now must go on the road against a tough City squad that’s had to adjust to repeated lineup shifts in a somewhat chaotic season. Phil Foden has stepped up big for Man City of late and will likely be a key player in this match.