Who will win this year’s Champions League?

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Updated: March 20, 2014

With the Champions League last eight now known, Boylesports have priced up a market on the winning nation of this years competition.

A Spanish team to lift the trophy currently heads the betting at Evens, closely followed by a German team at 6/4 and if punters think that either Manchester United or Chelsea will lift the trophy they can avail of 7/1.

Manchester United, who came from 2-0 down to defeat Olympiakos 3-2 on aggregate, are priced at 16/1 to lift the trophy for the fourth time. Robin Van Persie, who has already scored four Champions League goals this season following a hat-trick last night, is priced at Evens to score over 5.5 goals in the tournament whilst 8/11 is on offer that the Dutch player will score under 5.5.

Liam Glynn, PR Executive at Boylesports said “Current holders, Bayern Munich, remain our biggest tournament outright liability whilst we have also seen a lot of support at 6/4 that a German team lifts the trophy.

He added “Robin Van Persie was the star player for Manchester United last night and having already scored four goals in the tournament, the current Evens that is available on over 5.5 goals is certain to attract plenty of support.

2013/14 Champions League Outright

Bayern Munich 15/8

Barcelona 7/2

Real Madrid 7/2

Paris St Germain 10/1

Chelsea 11/1

Atletico Madrid 14/1

Borussia Dortmund 14/1

Manchester United 16/1

EW 1/2 1, 2

Winning Nation

Spain   Evens

Germany 6/4

England 7/1

France 10/1

RVP Champions League Goals

Over 5.5   Evens

Under 5.5 8/11

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