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Real Madrid, Juventus and Monaco slashed for Champions League – Bayern drift

| 13.04.2017

Real Madrid are the new clear favourites for this season’s Champions League, while previous front-runners Bayern Munich are now among the outsiders.

A Cristiano Ronaldo double – including his 100th European goal – ensured Madrid won 2-1 at the Allianz Arena last night.

And that saw their odds tumble from 5/1 to 15/8 favouritism.

Conversely Bayern, who must now score at least twice at the Bernabeu next week, have tumbled out from 3/1 favourites to 10/1.

Juventus were another big mover this week, after the Old Lady thumped Barcelona 3-0.

Priced at 11/1 before the quarter-finals began, the Turin outfit are now second favourites at 11/4, with our traders seemingly confident they will avoid a Paris Saint-Germain-esque collapse.

Atletico Madrid have been trimmed slightly from 5/1 into 4s, following their 1-0 success over Leicester City.

Diego Simeone’s men would arguably be shorter, but they must still head to a rocking King Power Stadium next week and defend their slender advantage.

The biggest movers of the week are unquestionably Monaco, who saw off Borussia Dortmund 3-2 on Wednesday.

The French outfit were a sizeable 16/1 on Monday, but are now 9/1 shots.

Barcelona have faded from 5/2 to 16s, while Dortmund are now 25/1 having been 8s.

And it says a lot about Leicester’s performance in Madrid that they have only drifted slightly, from 33/1 to 40/1.

Latest Ladbrokes Betting:

UEFA Champions League Winner

Real Madrid – 15/8

Juventus – 11/4

Atletico Madrid – 4/1

Monaco – 9/1

Bayern Munich – 10/1

Barcelona – 16/1

Borussia Dortmund – 25/1

Leicester City – 40/1

Click here for the latest Champions League odds.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing



Richard Marsh

Richard loves his sport, especially if it involves the sound of tyres screaming around a race track. He's not fussy though and his '90s Premier League nostalgia and knowledge of team nicknames is tough to match.