2019 Champions League Quarterfinals Betting Preview

2019 Champions League Quarterfinals Betting Preview

Written by on February 8, 2019

With the 2019 UEFA Champions League steamrolling toward what looks like an absolutely thrilling finals, now is a great time to look at the 16 teams remaining in the chase for first place and their respective quarterfinals matchups. Let’s get started with a look at the odds to win the 2019 Champions League title.

2019 Champions League Quarterfinals Betting Preview

Odds to Win 2019 UEFA Champions League

  • Manchester City: 7/2
  • Barcelona: 9/2
  • Juventus: 13/2
  • Paris Saint-Germain: 15/2
  • Liverpool: 11/
  • Real Madrid: 14/
  • Bayern Munich: 14/
  • Atletico Madrid: 22/
  • Borussia Dortmund: 28/1
  • Tottenham: 33/1
  • Man Utd: 33/
  • Ajax: 100/
  • Roma: 100/1
  • Porto: 125/1
  • Lyon: 175/1
  • Schalke: 300/1

Now, let’s take a look at the Final 16 Schedule.

The first legs will be on February 12 and 13 with the second legs set to get underway on March 5, 6, 12 and 13.

19 February and 13 March

Lyon (France) vs. Barcelona (Spain)

  • Latest: Guingamp 1-2 Lyon
  • Next: Nice v Lyon: Feb. 10
  • Form: W/W/W/W/W/D/D/L/W/D

Lyon reached the French Cup quarterfinals on Thursday as Moussa Dembélé scored for the fifth time in OL’s last six games.

  • Latest: Barcelona 1-1 Real Madrid
  • Next: Athletic Club v Barcelona: Feb. 10
  • Form: D/D/W/W/L/W/W/W/L/W

Barcelona managed to get a huge draw against Real Madrid setting the stage perfectly for their Feb. 27 meeting.

Liverpool (England) vs. Bayern Munich (Germany)

  • Latest: West Ham United 1-1 Liverpool
  • Next: Liverpool v Bournemouth: Feb. 9
  • Form: D/D/W/W/L/L/W/W/W/W

Liverpool had a nice, seven-point lead at the start of the calendar year, but they’ve fallen just behind City because of a pair of consecutive draws.

  • Latest: Hertha Berlin 2-3 Bayern
  • Next: Bayern v Schalke: Feb. 9
  • Form: W/L/W/W/W/W/W/D/W/W

Bayern reached their 12th consecutive German Cup quarter-final as Kingsley Coman found the back of the net in extra time on Wednesday.

20 February and 12 March

Schalke (Germany) vs. Manchester City (England)

  • Latest: Schalke 4-1 Fortuna Düsseldorf
  • Next: Bayern v Schalke: Feb. 9
  • Form: W/L/D/W/W/L/D/W/L/D

Schalke pulled off the rare feat (for them) of reaching the German Cup quarterfinals for the third straight season.

Manchester City
  • Latest: Everton 0-2 City
  • Next: City v Chelsea: Feb. 10
  • Form: W/W/L/W/W/W/W/W/W/W

City is now sitting on top of the Premier League on goal difference and looking quite confident at just the right time.

Atlético Madrid (Spain) vs. Juventus (Italy)

  • Latest: Real Betis 1-0 Atlético
  • Next: Atlético v Real Madrid: Feb. 9
  • Form: L/W/D/W/D/D/W/W/D/W

Atlético’s loss at Real Betis on Sunday was just their second in the Liga this season – and their first since 1 September, with both defeats coming on the road.

  • Latest: Juventus 3-3 Parma
  • Next: Sassuolo v Juventus: Feb. 10
  • Form: D/L/W/W/W/W/W/D/W/W

Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice to increase his Serie A total to 17 for the season. Unfortunately, Juventus was held to a draw on Saturday after Parma struck a stoppage-time equalizer.

12 February and 6 March

Man Utd (England) vs. Paris Saint-Germain (France)

Manchester United
  • Latest: Leicester City 0-1 United
  • Next: Fulham v United: Feb. 9
  • Form: W/D/W/W/W/W/W/W/W/W

United have won nine of their ten games since Ole Gunnar Solskjær replaced José Mourinho as manager.

Paris Saint-Germain
  • Latest: Villefranche 0-3 Paris
  • Next: Paris v Bordeaux: Feb 9
  • Form: W/L/W/W/W/W/L/W/W/W

Three days after seeing their unbeaten Ligue 1 record snapped, Paris needed extra time to get past third-tier Villefranche and advance their bid for a fifth straight Coupe de France title.

Roma (Italy) vs. Porto (Portugal)

  • Latest: Roma 1-1 AC Milan
  • Next: Chievo v Roma: Feb. 8
  • Form: D/L/D/W/W/W/W/L/W/L

Nineteen-year-old midfielder Nicolò Zaniolo has struck three goals in Roma’s last five Serie matches including his equalizer against AC Milan the last time out.

  • Latest: Vitória SC 0-0 Porto
  • Next: Moreirense v Porto: Feb. 8
  • Form: D/W/D/W/W/W/D/W/W/W

Outside of their League Cup final penalty shoot-out loss to Sporting, Porto is unbeaten in 25 competitive matches.

13 February and 5 March

Tottenham (England) vs. Borussia Dortmund (Germany) 

  • Latest: Tottenham 1-0 Newcastle United
  • Next: Tottenham v Leicester City: Feb. 10
  • Form: W/W/L/L/W/L/W/W/W/L

Heung-Min Son scored his ninth goal in his last ten club outings in Tottenham’s win against Newcastle on Saturday.

  • Latest: Dortmund 3-3 Werder Bremen
  • Next: Next: Dortmund v Hoffenheim: Feb. 9
  • Form: D/D/W/W/W/L/W/W/W/W

Bundesliga leaders Dortmund has not been beaten in normal time at home all season.

Ajax (Holland) vs. Real Madrid (Spain)

  • Latest: Ajax 6-0 VVV-Venlo
  • Next: Heracles v Ajax: Feb. 9
  • Form: W/L/W/D/W/D/W/D/W/W

Ajax leads Eredivisie in scoring this season with a whopping 72 goals and six different players found the back of the net were on target in Saturday’s blowout win against VVV-Venlo.

Real Madrid
  • Latest: Barcelona 1-1 Real Madrid
  • Next: Atlético v Real Madrid: Feb. 9
  • Form: D/W/W/W/W/W/L/W/W/L/D

Madrid was the last team to beat Barcelona in the Copa del Rey with their 2014 final win and they’re primed to repeat that feat this season.