Champions League Quarterfinal 2nd Leg Odds and Predictions

The UEFA Champions League will be down to four teams this week as the title picture for soccer’s most prestigious club trophy gets clearer.  One certainty is that one of the favorites will be eliminated as reigning champions Manchester City and Real Madrid face off.

Perhaps the most enticing final ever could be in the works because if all three Spanish sides advance, that would keep the possibility of a potential El Clásico at Wembley alive, but what are the chances of that happening?

Champions League Best Bets for Quarterfinals Second Leg Matches

Ahead of the second leg matches in the quarterfinals, we dive into the Champions League odds and best bets for this week’s action.

FC Barcelona vs. PSG odds

Andreas Christensen came off the bench to score for FC Barcelona and deliver a lead in the first leg in Paris. Now, the series heads to Barcelona, and Kylian Mbappe will be pressured to show up if he plans to win a Champions League with PSG.

Barcelona is the team with UCL winning experience. With the lead in hand, the draw (+295) is worth a look.

  • To Score: Robert Lewandowski:
  • O/U : Under 3.5
  • Spread First Half: PSG

Borussia Dortmund vs. Atletico Madrid odds

Atletico Madrid took a 2-1 lead at home in the first leg but was more dominant than the scoreline shows. Dortmund has one of the best atmospheres in Germany, but that’s not enough for an upset over one of the most defensive-minded teams in Europe.

Don’t sleep on the Atleti offense, either. One goal for the Spaniards all but ends this series.

  • To Score: Antoine Griezmann
  • O/U : Under 2.5
  • Moneyline: Atletico Madrid

Manchester City vs. Real Madrid odds

This series feels like City goes through, but you can never count out Real Madrid until they’re eliminated. Vinicius Junior will make this one follow while Erling Haaland has to be more dominant for Man City.

  • To Score: Jude Bellingham
  • O/U : Over 2.5
  • Moneyline: Real Madrid

Bayern Munich vs. Arsenal odds

Bayern Munich needs a win after seeing their Bundesliga dominance take a backseat to Bayer Leverkusen’s championship season. The Germans will be at home but missing important players Kingsley Coman (hamstring), Alphonso Davies (suspended), and Serge Gnabry.

That said, is Arsenal really going to pull off the upset?

  • To Score: Harry Kane
  • O/U : Over 2.5
  • Moneyline: Bayern Munich
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Victor Araiza

Victor Araiza

Victor Araiza is a sports betting writer at Gaming Today. A sports journalist specializing in soccer, Araiza has written for The Associated Press, Concacaf,, and several independent outlets. He is an active member of the North American Soccer Reporters (NASR).

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