On this page you can find betting tips for the UEFA Champions League. Our predictions are carefully analyzed by our sports betting experts. We therefore offer in-depth knowledge of tips with a high profit probability. If you scroll further down the page we give you deeper insights about betting tips and different bets you can make, furthermore we also provide you more information regarding the UCL.
List of Champions League tips
The thrills and excitement of mid-week football will continue on Wednesday when Club Brugge take on PSG. Pochentinno’s men are currently on a good run of form as they have won their last five games. For Club Brugge, this is a stern test as they look to make a mark in this season’s continental showpiece. ... More
Manchester City are favorites to win this group. They now have 3 wins in their last 3 matches. For Leipzig, the 4-1 demolition at the hands of Bayern over the weekend was a confirmation of their recent struggles (P4, W1, L3). Man City’s attack with 11 goals in the last 3 matches against a Leipzig ... More
Former Champions Liverpool will get their Champions League campaign underway with the visit of AC Milan to Anfield, in a rehash of 2005 final. While Liverpool have been one of the stand-out teams in the last few seasons in the Champions League, Milan will be staging a return to the Zenith of European club football ... More
Serie A champions Inter Milan have seemingly picked up from where they left last season. They easily won their two opening league games before being pegged back in the 2-2 draw at Sampdoria at the weekend. Real Madrid on their part have been firing from all cylinders up front but their defence has left a ... More
Atletico Madrid has won three games in a row, lost one, and drawn one. Porto, on the other hand, has the following results from their most recent games: 3 victories, 0 losses, and 2 draws. Atletico Madrid won their most recent meeting 2-0. Based on the information presented above, we predict Atletico Madrid & Under ... More
Turkish giants, Besiktas will welcome Borussia Dortmund as hostilities begin the UEFA Champions League. The Turkish Champions have been showing the same form that helped them clinched the Turkish title last season domestically, but Borussia Dortmund are a different kettle of fish. Dortmund have been scoring a torrent of goals, and our money is on ... More
Villarreal started the Spanish La Liga with only 3 points from 3 matches, drawing all 3 matches. The absence of their star striker Gerard Moreno will be a big blow for the Spanish side. The Europa League specialist, Unai Emery, will have to sit up if he and his squad are to get something from ... More
It is the 3rd time Malmo gets into the group stage of the Champions League with the last participation being in the 2015/16 season. In all past group stages, Malmo had poor performance finishing at the bottom of the group with only one win. However, Malmo has managed to be unbeaten in their home grounds ... More
The UEFA Champions League defending champions Chelsea are on a good run (unbeaten in the last 11 matches, won 8, drew 3). They have a very tight defense and their forward-line is getting goals. Zenit St. Petersburg are also enjoying a lengthy unbeaten run of 20 games (W14 D6). However, this is their biggest test ... More
Having lost 8-2 in their last encounter, Barcelona will hope to redeem their image when they begin their first Champions League campaign without Lionel Messi. Based on their current form of 5 wins in 5, we expect Bayern to will be a tough nut to crack. Therefore, we are predicting that Bayern will score at ... More
What kind of Champions League predictions do we offer?
You will get detailed information about the following variations of bets on the Champions League:
Single Bets and odds betting tips
for casual 1×2, double chance and over & under bets. Additionally, we present bets for correct score, halftime/fulltime, handicap bets etc.
Accumulator bets and odds tips
Sometimes it is advisable to combine more games to an accumulator bet instead of betting on just one single match. As all odds of a combination multiply the total odd for the accumulator can become very high and that leads to higher winnings.
System bets and odds
System bets like 2 out of 3 or 3 out of 4 are sometimes very advisable as you can combine more matches on your betting slip and take a higher risk. If the “risky bet/match” goes wrong, you do not lose the bet as you got one chance of failure.
What do we analyze in our Champions League tips?
Our experts deal with a team or match in detail and can therefore provide you with their in-depth knowledge of the Champions League.
Our analysts are digging deep into statistics of a certain team. They analyze previous Champions League and domestic League matches. We take a look at home and away results, possible squads, info about recent performance, injured or booked key players and a lot more.
Moreover, all data collected will be combined with betting facts like odds and likelihood of a certain result. The outcome is a very precise forecast if odds are profitable.
For whom the Champions League tips are made?
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Moreover, our betting professionals want to share their knowledge with you! The goal is to develop a very strong and experienced community of betting professionals.
More about the Champions League
Europe’s premier competition was called European Champions Clubs’ Cup from season 1955/56 up to and including season 1991/92. The competition was held in knock-out mode and at the first holding 16 club teams participated. Usually the respective national champions of the past season participated, however, this was only mandatory from 1957/58. At the beginning Real Madrid dominated this competition, as the “Royals” won the champions cup five times in a row. Over the years, the competition was gradually expanded and fundamental changes were made at the beginning of the 1990s. Already during the last season of the European Champions Clubs’ Cup (1991/92) the classic knockout mode was eliminated and an intermediate stage with group matches was introduced in order to make the economic risk more calculable for all participants.
A year later the champions cup was renamed the UEFA Champions League. In the first years only the respective state champions could qualify for the Champions League, from 1997/98 onwards the runner-up of the top nations was also allowed to participate. Since the 1999/2000 season, up to four teams of one nation can qualify for the UEFA Champions League. This makes it even harder for smaller teams to qualify for the lucrative group stage of Europe’s premiere competition.
The playing mode
Initially, 10 teams are identified in four qualification rounds that secure their spot in the group stage through the qualification. The qualification is divided in two parts: the champion’s path (only national champions) and a placement path (second to fourth place in a league). 32 teams participate in the group stage. 22 teams are directly qualified, plus ten clubs (five teams each from the champion’s and the placement path) from the qualification rounds. The decisive factor for the number of participants of each nation is the UEFA-five-year coefficient ranking (UEFA coefficients). Besides the defending champion, the champions of the best twelve European leagues (measured by the status of the five-year ranking) as well as the runner-up of the best six leagues are automatically qualified. In addition, the third- and fouth-placed of the best four European leagues (currently England, Spain, Germany, Italy) are also qualified.
The 32 teams are divided into eight groups of four, with the draw being based on a division into four pots (the best teams according to the UEFA-club ranking are placed in pot 1). In each group, four teams will compete in a first and second leg. The first two of each group advance to the round of 16, the teams placed third move to the knockout phase of the UEFA European League. From the round of 16 onwards, the UEFA Champions League is played in knockout mode (with a first and second leg). The final is held in a neutral place and the winner is determined in just one game.
More about Champions League betting
The UEFA Champions League is, beside the English Premier League, the financially strongest League around the world. Betting activities are monitored very closely by companies for fraud prevention.
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