Champions League Odds Guide: Outright Winner

With the UEFA Champions League group stage now underway, fans and punters will be keeping a close eye on the early frontrunners, who will be looking to make their mark in their respective groups.

We take a look through various betting markets that are available to customers, as well as some of the early favourites and outsiders.

PSG are joint favourites to win the 2021/22 UEFA Champions League this term, alongside Bayern Munich and Manchester City, who have both shown promising signs in this year’s competition.

The French giants have added Lionel Messi, Gianluigi Donnarumma, Achraf Hakimi, and Georginio Wijnaldum to their squad over the summer, as they look to bounce back from their Semi-Final exit at the hands of Pep Guardiola’s men.

Bayern Munich are sat top of Group E this term, and will be keen to continue to go from strength to strength, after convincing wins over Barcelona and Dynamo Kiev.

We take a look at the latest outright odds to win the Champions League below:

Winner Site Odds
Bayern Munich
4/1
Manchester City
4/1
Paris Saint-Germain
4/1
Chelsea
8/1
Liverpool
8/1
Manchester United
12/1
Real Madrid
20/1
Odds are subject to change. Last updated 19th October 2021 4:53 pm.

Odds

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Malmoe FF
Chelsea
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Wolfsburg
Salzburg
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Sevilla
Lille
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Atalanta
Manchester United
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Bayern Munich
Benfica
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Villarreal
BSC Young Boys
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Dynamo Kyiv
Barcelona
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Juventus
Zenit St. Petersburg
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AC Milan
FC Porto
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Real Madrid
Shakhtar Donetsk
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Odds are subject to change. Last updated 25th October 2021 9:57 am.

The Teams

PSG

This won’t be a surprise to see the French side included in the favourites list, as they’ve got a number of players that are likely to trouble the majority of teams in this year’s competition.

Gianluigi Donnarumma, Achraf Hakimi, and Georginio Wijnaldum all arrived ahead of the 2021/22 season.

Add to that Lionel Messi, who signed in the summer, and the prospect of him, Kylian Mbappe, and Neymar lining up in attack is a frightening prospect.

PSG have somewhat been known to ‘bottle’ it on the big stage, such as when they fell to a defeat to Manchester City over two legs in last year’s Champions League semi-final.

But with a serial winner in Lionel Messi, they’re likely to have found the missing piece in their jigsaw, and it’s hard to look past them to win the competition this season.

They were held to a frustrating draw against Belgian side Club Brugge in matchday one, and will be pleased to have beaten Manchester City in their most recent match.

Manchester City

Pep Guardiola’s side are likely to be in the hunt to challenge for the Champions League title once again.

They were beaten by Chelsea in the Champions League final last season in this competition and will be eager to clinch the first European title of their history.

With Jack Grealish added to their ranks during the summer transfer window, he could provide them with the creative spark they need to go one step further than last term. But again, some might argue that City blew their best chance at winning their first Champions League title, having beaten French giants PSG in last year’s semi-final, only to fall at the final hurdle against Chelsea.

City aren’t in the best position at this moment in time, as they’re currently sat third in Group A, and a point adrift of both Club Brugge and PSG in the table. Guardiola’s side are set to take on Club Brugge in their next Champions League fixture, where they’ll be desperate to pick up a much-needed three points.

Bayern Munich

The German giant are highly likely to be among the favourites to win the Champions League once again this season.

They crashed out at the quarter-finals stage of the competition last term, after an irritating defeat over two legs to French side, PSG.

With Dayot Upamecano being added to their squad over the summer, their defensive unit is a considerable amount much stronger, and they’ll be hoping that they can mount a serious push to reclaim their Champions League title.

After a well-deserved 3-0 win over Barcelona in matchday one, they’ll be fancied by a number of teams to challenge in the latter stages of the competition.

They’re two wins from two as well, after thrashing Ukrainian side Dynamo Kiev 5-0, and they’ll head into their clash with Benfica full of confidence next week.

Chelsea

The current holders of the Champions League are likely to be in and around the favourites to win this year’s competition, whilst under the watchful eye of Thomas Tuchel.

Some might have argued that their chances of retaining their European title might have been slim this season, but with the acquisition of Romelu Lukaku, the Blues will be a team to be feared.

With the creativity being provided by the likes of Mason Mount and Kai Havertz, Chelsea will fancy their chances of competing towards the latter stages of the Champions League this term.

However, they were beaten by Juventus in their most recent match, and will know that they have it all to do in this year’s competition.

Manchester United

The reasoning behind this one will be clear to the majority of punters. With Cristiano Ronaldo returning to Old Trafford, he could spearhead their challenge for Champions League glory once again.

The Red Devils seem to be hitting their stride already this season already, and with players with the quality of Paul Pogba and Jadon Sancho in their squad, they’ll be difficult to stop if they can hit their stride on a consistent basis this term.

However, after a shock defeat to Swiss side Young Boys in their opening fixture in the Champions League, Manchester United can’t afford many more slip-ups in this year’s tournament, and they narrowly avoided another one recently, as Ronaldo netted a late winner against Villarreal.

Liverpool

Jurgen Klopp’s side have made a strong start to this year’s league campaign and will be hoping they can challenge for another European title.

The Reds reached the Quarter-Final stage of the competition last term, and still have the likes of Mo Salah and Sadio Mané in their side, which are likely to cause a number of teams problems this year.

Injuries have been a concern in recent years, but if Klopp can keep the majority of his first-team squad fit, then you would imagine that Liverpool will stand every chance of competing towards the latter stages of the Champions League.

The Reds are two wins from two in their respective group so far and will be looking to pick up their third win next week, when they take on Atletico Madrid, in what could potentially be a tricky test for Klopp’s side.

Real Madrid

It’s difficult to count Real Madrid out of the race to win this year’s Champions League this season, with Carlo Ancelotti’s side having an array of talent in their squad.

Despite losing Raphael Varane to Manchester United and Sergio Ramos to PSG in the summer, they’ll still fancy their chances of competing this term.

Gareth Bale has shown glimpses of his quality in the early stages of this year’s campaign, and he’ll be relied upon to provide the creative spark for the likes of Karim Benzema.

The void left by Ramos and Varane might explain the price that Real Madrid are with bookmakers, but they’re a dangerous side to come up against if they’re at their best.

However, with a shock defeat to Moldovan side FC Sheriff Tiraspol in their most recent match, Madrid have it all to do to make it out of the Group Stage of this year’s competition.

Rank outsiders

Juventus

Some might have thought that Juventus wouldn’t have a chance of challenging towards the latter stages of this year’s Champions League – especially after losing Cristiano Ronaldo during the summer transfer window.

But the Italian side have bounced back reasonably well in Europe this term, and are sat top of Group H, with two wins to their name from their opening two matches.

Their most recent win came against last year’s winners of the Champions League, Chelsea, which was certainly a statement of intent to their rivals in this year’s competition. Don’t count Juventus out by any stretch of the imagination just yet.

Borussia Dortmund

The German outfit pushed Manchester City all the way in the Champions League last season, and they’ll fancy their chances of challenging once again in this year’s campaign.

With Donyell Malen being added to their attacking ranks this summer, the club’s supporters will be hoping that he can step up to the mark, just like Erling Haaland and Jude Bellingham.

After an impressive 2-1 win over Turkish side Besiktas in their first match of the group stage, they followed that up with a 1-0 win over Portuguese side Sporting Lisbon, which means they’re in a strong position to qualify for the knockout stages this term.

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