If every international player dreams of winning the World Cup, club players have their eyes set on lifting the Champions League. It's a long hard road from the qualifying rounds to the group stages and then to the knock-out games where anything can happen. It was back in 1955 that the European Cup competition was launched. At that time, only champion participated but then changed in 1992. The Champions League was created, even though you did not need to be a champion to take part.
This site will give you comprehensive coverage of the 2019/20 Champions League competition. If you want to know where to get the best odds and read previews of the top games, then this site is the place to come for all the information. We have experts who will do their best to lead you to big profits when bettting on the Champions League.
This site will give you comprehensive coverage of the 2020/21 Champions League competition. If you want to know where to get the best odds and read previews of the top games, then this site is the place to come for all the information. Every game from the group stages will be covered, why go anywhere else?
Statistics play a big part in the decision making process carried out by our expert team of previewers. There's no point just putting some money on the favourite because they are the ones expected to win. You need to look at the statistics to judge whether a team is in form or not. If a team has won its last three games, they might be in good form.
However, domestic form is very different from that in the Champions League. A team like Lokomotiv Moscow may be doing great in the Russian Premier League, but the Champions League is far tougher.
When it comes to the Champions League, statistics are very important. Here are ten key statistics that can help you make winning bets on this competition.
Borussia Monchengladbach v Manchester City
Lazio v Bayern Munich
Atletico Madrid v Chelsea
RB Leipzig v Liverpool
Porto v Juventus
Barcelona v Paris St-Germain
Sevilla v Borussia Dortmund
Atalanta v Real Madrid
The 2020/21 Champions League actually started before the 2019/20 competition had ended. The qualifying rounds were a bit different this season due to them only beginning in early August. To catch up for lost time, matches were played over one leg rather than two.
October 1st saw the draw for the group stages take place. The games that followed didn't produce too many shock qualifiers but nearly did. Top clubs such as Real Madrid and PSG had a bit of a struggle to make it to the last sixteen. Those missing out included Manchester United, Inter Milan and Ajax.
The full draw or the group stages is as follows. The top two from each group go into the knockout rounds. Those finishing third go into the Europa League at the last 32 stage.
Group A - Bayern Munich 16, Atletico Madrid 9, Red Bull Salzburg 4 Lokomotiv Moscow 3
Group B - Real Madrid 10, Borussia Monchengladbach 8, Shakhtar Donetsk 8, Inter Milan 4
Group C - Manchester City 16, Porto 13, Olympiakos 3, Marseille 3
Group D - Liverpool 13, Atalanta 11, Ajax 7, Midtjylland 2
Group E - Chelsea 14, Sevilla 13, Krasnodar 5, Rennes 1
Group F - Borussia Dortmund 13, Lazio 10, Club Brugge 8, Zenit St Petersburg 1
Group G -Juventus 15, Barcelona 15, Dynamo Kiev 4, Ferencvaros 1
Group H - PSG 12, RB Leipzig 12, Manchester United 9, RB Leipzig, Istanbul Basaksehir 3