Barcelona & Lionel Messi cut for Champions League glory

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Updated: February 20, 2014
Messi and Alves

With the first four games of the Last Sixteen first legs now played in the Champions League, Boylesports has cut Barcelona into 7/2 from 5/1 following their 2-0 away win over Manchester City.

As a result, Manchester City have been pushed out to 66/1 from 11/1 to lift the trophy whilst Arsenal, who also suffered a 2-0 defeat to holders Bayern Munich, are now 125/1 from 40/1.

Bayern Munich are now 15/8 to retain the trophy whilst PSG, who recorded a 4-0 win over Bayer Leverkusen, are now into 10/1 having been available at 16/1 prior to their demolition of the German club.

Boylesports has a market available on what country the winning team will be from with Spain the current favourites at Evens whilst a German club can be backed at 6/4.

With Chelsea (12/1 to lift the trophy) and Manchester United (20/1) playing their last sixteen first legs next week, an English club to lift the trophy is currently on offer at 8/1.

Liam Glynn, PR Executive at Boylesports said “We have seen plenty of support for Barcelona at 7/2 to win the Champions League whilst Spain to be the winning nationality is also attracting support at Evens.”

He added “PSG may be the dark horses of the tournament and following their 4-0 demolition of Leverkusen, we have clipped the French side into 10/1 from 16/1.”

Champions League Winning Nationality

Spain Evens

Germany 6/4

England 8/1

France 10/1

Italy 125/1

Turkey 200/1

Russia 250/1

Greece 300/1

Champions League 2013/2014 – Outright Betting

Bayern Munich 15/8

Barcelona 7/2

Real Madrid 9/2

Paris St Germain 10/1

Chelsea 12/1

Atletico Madrid 12/1

Borussia Dortmund 16/1

Man United 20/1

Man City 66/1

Arsenal 125/1

AC Milan 125/1

Galatasaray 200/1

Zenit St Petersburg 250/1

Schalke 300/1

Olympiakos 300/1

Bayer Leverkusen 1000/1

EW 1/2 1, 2

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