Champions League 2018/19 odds reveal favourite to be crowned Europe’s best team

first_imgThe biggest club competition in European football returns this week with the Champions League kicking off on Tuesday.This season’s edition sees Real Madrid going for a remarkable fourth trophy in a row, while Liverpool will be hoping to go one better than last year and win their sixth European Cup. 4 =14. Valencia – 80/1=14. Porto – 80/1=14. Lyon – 80/1=14. Internazionale – 80/1=11. Roma – 50/1=11. Napoli – 50/1=11. Borussia Dortmund – 50/110. Manchester United – 25/1 Atletico handed huge boost for Liverpool tie with Diego Costa returning from injury Manchester City are being backed to finally get their hands on Europe’s biggest prize after two relatively unsuccessful Champions League campaigns under Pep Guardiola, and we’ll also get to see the return of Cristiano Ronaldo to Old Trafford when Juventus and Manchester United face off in the group stage.Champions League commentaries LIVE on talkSPORTTuesday, September 18: Internazionale vs Tottenham, kick-off 17:55 – CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO INTER VS SPURSWednesday, September 19: Young Boys vs Manchester United, kick-off 20:00 – CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO YOUNG BOYS VS MAN UNITEDThe action gets under way on Tuesday afternoon, but who are the favourites to go all the way and be crowned as the best team in Europe?Using odds from Ladbrokes, talkSPORT.com have taken a look at who is being backed to win this season’s Champions League – and you can see the results, ranked from least to heaviest favourite, below…=30. Young Boys – 1000/1=30. Viktoria Plzen – 1000/1=30. Crvena zvezda – 1000/1=26. PSV Eindhoven – 500/1=26. CSKA Moscow – 500/1 4 9. Tottenham Hotspur – 20/18. Liverpool – 11/17. Atletico Madrid – 10/1=5. Real Madrid – 8/1=5. Bayern Munich – 8/14. Paris Saint-Germain – 7/13. Juventus – 13/2 Latest Champions League news on target Top scorer in 2019: Messi, Mbappe and Sterling trailing Europe’s top marksman BOOST Can Cristiano Ronaldo fire Juventus to the European Cup? Aiming high 2. Barcelona – 6/11. Manchester City – 9/2 CSKA have been handed a tough draw with both Real Madrid and Roma in their group Ancelotti tells fans he has Champions League dream for Everton 4 Liverpool set for Champions League boost as Takumi Minamino will be available Man United were knocked out at the round of 16 stage last season Real Madrid beat Liverpool in last season’s Champions League final to make it an unprecedented three wins in a row =26. Club Brugge – 500/1=26. AEK Athens – 500/1=23. Shakhtar Donetsk – 250/1=23. Hoffenheim – 250/1=23. Galatasaray – 250/1=21. Lokomotiv Moscow – 200/1=21. Benfica – 200/1=19. Monaco – 150/1=19. Ajax – 150/118 .Schalke – 100/1 4 ready? last_img read more