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Champions League Betting Tips

by Ben, last updated 2008-03-31 16:06:11

After nine months of Champions League action we're down to the Quarter-Finals of this great competition. English clubs dominate the competition with half of the remaining teams coming from the Barclays Premier League. Joining clubs from England are representatives from Italy, Spain, Germany and Turkey.

ManU Look like a good choice not to lose in Rome. With Totti out and Man U look unstoppable, its my Tuesday bet. You can get 1.8 on the draw no bet market at Better, sign up for up for a £25 free bet.

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Roma v Man Utd

The last Italian Champions League representatives take on Manchester United in the Quarter-Finals desperate to avoid a repeat of last year's hammering at the hands of the English club. After a fine 2-1 win in the Italian capital Roma went to Old Trafford confident of reaching the semi-finals but they were met with a five-star United performance as they crashed to an embarrassing 7-1 defeat. Now the sides meet again at this stage but after knocking out Spanish league leaders Real Madrid in the last round Luciano Spalletti's side will be confident of a bold showing against the English champions.

Roma 2.7 Draw 3.0 Man Utd 2.5



Schalke 04 v Barcelona

Barcelona haven't had the easiest of seasons with Real Madrid dominating La Liga and rumours of Frank Rijkaard departing the club at the end of the season. Despite this they should be good enough to reach the semi-finals as they take on German side Schalke 04. Schalke have never reached this far in Champions League history and are big underdogs to go another round further. Mirko Slomca's side managed to get past 2004 winners Porto in the Last 16 and will certainly feel no pressure taking on Barcelona.

Schalke 3.5 Draw 3.2 Barcelona 2.0


Arsenal v Liverpool

With half the remaining sides in the Champions League English it was inevitable that two of them would clash at this Quarter-Finals stage and so it turned out that way with Liverpool and Arsenal being drawn together. Either of these sides have featured in the final of this competition in the last three years so this should be a thrilling encounter. While Liverpool have struggled to get in the Premiership picture this season their European record has been as superb as ever. Arsenal, who stunned AC Milan in the previous round, have been challenging for the English title all season but have they gone off the boil?

Arsenal 2.1 Draw 3.0 Liverpool 3.4

Fenerbahce v Chelsea

As well as Schalke, Fenerbahce are also in this stage for the first time and they face a massive task against Avram Grant's Chelsea side over the two legs. The London side are pressing Manchester United for the English title but this is the competition that owner Roman Abramovich wants to win more than any other. Fenerbahce, who managed to eliminate UEFA Cup holders Sevilla in the last round, will look to their legendary manager Zico to inspire them to another unlikely win.

Fenerbahce 3.8 Draw 3.2 Chelsea 1.9


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 Champions League Betting - Quarter-final Matches (Apr 1-2)

 First Leg

The Champions League is now down to the last eight, and with half of the remaining teams from the Premier League, the quarter-finals have a distinctly English theme. Last season’s competition came close to producing the first ever all Premiership final, and that dream scenario could well happen in 2008. Check out PinnacleSports.com for up to 60% better Champions League betting odds.


Roma Must Seek Revenge Without Talismanic Totti

The defining theme of Tuesday’s Champions League quarter-final at the Stadio Olimpico, between Roma and Man Utd, is the 7-1 demolition that the Red Devils metered out to the Italians at the same stage of last year’s competition. The Giallorossi won the home leg 2-1, before being blown away at Old Trafford, in a record defeat. The sides also met in this year’s group stage, drawing in Rome, before United won 1-0 at the Theatre of Dreams, underlining their position as 1.426 favourites to progress this time around with PinnacleSports.com against Roma 3.150.

The Mancunians have been in emphatic form, scoring ten in their last four Premiership fixtures without conceding, half of those goals coming from Cristiano Ronaldo, who must be hot favourite for European footballer of the year. It should however, be remembered that Roma beat Real Madrid home and away in the previous round, but their chances are diminished by the likely absence of their talismanic captain, Francesco Totti, who injured his thigh in Saturday’s disappointing 1-1 draw at Cagliari. PinnacleSports.com cannot split the sides on their Asian Handicap pricing the Premier League side as marginal favourites Man Utd 1.781 (0/scratch) with Roma 2.180 (0/scratch) – a market priced to less than 102%.


All Premiership Clash First Instalment in Seven Day Trilogy

The all-Premiership Champions League quarter-final clash between Liverpool and Arsenal sets up an amazing treble bill of fixtures in seven days between the clubs. Game one sees the sides meet on Wednesday night at the Emirates Stadium in their first leg European tie, with the return leg a week later at Anfield; sandwiched between those games is an important Premiership fixture back in London. The Pool are no strangers to Champions League knock-out ties against fellow Premiership sides. Rafa Benitez conspired to knock out Chelsea in the 2005 and 2007 semi-finals, despite being under-dogs on both occasions, and PinnacleSports.com has them as marginal outsiders to progress to the last four 2.020 with Arsenal 1.909.

Losing 2-0 at half time in Saturday’s game away to Bolton, the Gunners were facing a record six Premier League games without a win, until an amazing three goal turn around. That Houdini-act will have given the club a boost, but it will be a concern for manager, Arsene Wenger, that they dug themselves such a big hole at struggling Bolton. Liverpool by comparison looked comfortable winning the Mersey Derby, with Fernando Torres, the match-winner. Punters shouldn’t read too much into the fact that the Scousers trail Arsenal by eight points in the league, as they are recognised European specialists, reaching the final in two of the previous three competitions. For the first instalment of the trilogy PinnacleSports.com price Arsenal slight favourites 1.962 (0/scratch & -0.5) with Liverpool 1.962 (0/scratch & +0.5).


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