Champions League Betting Tips
Road to Instabul Summary:
- Champions League 19/20 Prediction and Tips (current round)
- Overview Champions League 19/20
- The road to Instabul
- Champions League 2019/20 Winner (odds)
- Important Dates to annotate!
- Overview UCL Contenders
- UCL Last Draw
- UCL Tables
- Bet9jaMobile Final Prediction
Here at Bet9jaMobile Review, you will find our tips on every game of the UEFA Champions League. Let’s see if Liverpool retain the title they won last year or will this be the year of Barcelona or Real Madrid to lift the trophy?
Champions League 19/20 – Predictions – 25-26th Feb 2020
Champions League 2019/20
Every year we see the best clubs in Europe fighting to win the UEFA Champions League. Being the top team in your own country is important of course, but becoming the champions of Europe is the ultimate aim. The majority of teams taking part aren’t champions of their own country. There may will be group games early on but from the last sixteen this is a knock-out tournament and that means anything can happen between top soccer clubs.
Last season have been an unforgettable one with some amazing matches which saw the Manchester United winning away at PSG despite losing the first/leg and with key players missing, overall was an incredible night. But no one was able to predict the shock of Liverpool overturning a 3-0 deficit against Barcelona with a 4-0 win at Anfield. Then there was another incredible Tottenham against Ajax in the semi-final.
England Premier League supplied both finalists last season with Liverpool beating Tottenham to become the European champions for the sixth time in their history. We are all curious if these EPL teams can dominate again this season.
Manchester City and Liverpool both will try to dominate and conquer Europe, but we see also PSG, Juventus, Real Madrid, Barcelona and Bayern Munich that are all again proving to be major contenders again this season. The group stages have been completed and the draw for the last sixteen made. The road to Instabul for the final on the 30th May 2020 is going to be action-packed.
The Road to Istanbul 2020
It all began on 25th June 2019 the Champions League 2019/20 with a preliminary round tournaments with teams battling for one precious place in the first qualifying round. But, obviously, the race to qualify for the Champions League was determined by the league positions in countries around Europe in the previous season.
Some countries such as England, Spain and Italy see the top four in their league qualify. Other smaller nations just have their league champions qualify to take part.
There were some big name casualties this season, all ending up in the Europa League. Porto who have been regulars in the knock-out stages lost in the third qualifying round to Krasnodar. PSV Eindhoven lost to Basel in the second qualifying round. Scottish champions Celtic again failed to access the group stages, losing to CFR Cluj in the third qualifying round.
Only Red Star Belgrade manage to succeed all the way from the first qualifying round to the group stages (eight games). Ajax, the 2019 semi-finals, had to play four qualifying matches but made it through to the group stages once again.
The eight groups stages had few surprises, probably the main one is the failure of Ajax (semi-finalists last season), and Inter Milan to reach the last sixteen. At the end we saw four English clubs, four teams from Spain, three each from Italy and Germany and two from France.
Odds for the 2019/20 Champions League Winner
- Manchester City – 4.70
- Liverpool – 6.50
- Bayern Munich – 6.75
- Barcelona – 7.75
- PSG – 9.50
- Juventus – 10.00
- Real Madrid – 13.00
- Leipzig – 19.00
- Atletico Madrid – 20.00
- Borussia Dortmund – 23.00
- Atalanta – 31.00
- Chelsea – 41.00
- Tottenham – 51.00
- Napoli – 67.00
- Lyon – 201.00
- Valencia – 251.00
Dates for your Diary
- Last Sixteen: 18th February – 18th March
- Quarter Finals: 7th April – 15th April
- Semi-Finals: 28th April – 6th May
- Final: 30th May in Istanbul
The rich Manchester City owners have dreamed the day they will win the Champions League. The nearest achieving was the semi-finals in the 15/16 season. The past two years they exit at quarter final stage with Liverpool and Tottenham.
Juve after dominating the last 8 seasons in Italy is ready to face a new champions league season. Juve have again been busy in the transfer market with signings such as De Ligt (the most talented player from previous champions league which scored against Juve) aimed at boosting their Champions League hopes. The cup is missing from more than 20 years (2006).
Liverpool, the current Champions League holder, an European Super Cup and a FIFA Club World Cup titles. With the mission to lead and win also the Premier League, it’s not a surprise that many believe the Liverpool will be the winner again. They struggled a bit in the group stages, they won the group but for example got only one point against Napoli. Not always with a great form in Champions League but with that quality squad we see them to reach a third final in a row and win another European title.
Real Madrid dreamed the winning of its fourth Champions League title in a row last season but it didn’t work out though due to a hugely disappointing Spanish League. Real Madrid lost in the last sixteen to Ajax, their worst performance in the Champions League since 2010. For a better performance this season, they signed Eden Hazard, Luka Jovic and Ferland Mendy (around £300m spent). Despite that, they still finished second behind PSG in their group stage and faced a tough game against Manchester City.
Despite the Spain teams have dominated the Champions League in recent years, Barcelona has not been the one lifting the trophy. They won La Liga for the past 2 seasons but no Champions League trophy since 2015. One appearance in the final over the past eight seasons, that’s all! The arrival of Antoine Griezmann and Frankie De Jong made the Barcelona squad a strong contenders to win the Champions League.
Last Sixteen Draw
- Borussia Dortmund v PSG
- Real Madrid v Manchester City
- Atalanta v Valencia
- Aletico Madrid v Liverpool
- Chelsea v Bayern Munich
- Lyon v Juventus
- Tottenham Hotspur v Leipzig
- Napoli v Barcelona
Champions League Groups – Final Tables
- Group A: Paris Saint-Germain 16, Real Madrid 11 Club Brugge 3 Galatasaray 2
- Group B: Bayern Munich 18Tottenham Hotspur 10 Olympiacos 4 Red Star Belgrade 3
- Group C: Manchester City 14 Atalanta 7 Shakhtar Donetsk 6 Dinamo Zagreb 5
- Group D: Juventus 16 Atletico Madrid 10 Bayer Leverkusen 6 Lokomotiv Moscow 3
- Group E: Liverpool 13 Napoli 12 Red Bull Salzburg 7 Genk 1
- Group F: Barcelona 14 Borussia Dortmund 10 Inter Milan 7 Slavia Prague 2
- Group G: Leipzig 11 Lyon 8 Benfica 7 Zenit Saint Petersburg, Benfica 7
- Group H: Valencia 11 Chelsea 11 Ajax 10 Lille 1
Bet9jaMobile – Final Prediction (update 10/02/2020)
There are so many bets that you can place on the Champions League. There are of course many contenders and difficult to predict with many strong teams which can make it through the end. Tottenham with the Jose Mourigno era, or Juve with the new Maurizio Sarri style or what about the spanish Real Madrid & Barcelona or, again, the Liverpool and voulcanic Jurgen Klopp or one of his competitors in Premier League Chelsea, Manchester City, or maybe a German one between Borussia Dortmund and Bayer Munich…
Good luck to all our community but, well, our prediction is: