The ECL winner odds: Manchester City lead Bayern Munich

Manchester City Champions League

Manchester City are 7/2 to win the 2020/21 Champions League after winning back-to-back games against Club Brugge to topple Paris Saint-Germain into first place in Group A.

Pep Guardiola’s fancied side won 5-1 away in Belgium and 4-1 at the Etihad Stadium to regain their status after a 2-0 loss to PSG in match week two.

City lead group A with 9 points, one ahead of PSG. Club Brugge are third on 4, while RB Leipzig have managed only 1.

Bayern Munich are the second-favorites at 4/1 to win the Champions League after winning their first four matches, including a 5-2 victory over Benfica at the Allianz Arena. Free-scoring Bavarians last won the Champions League in 2019.

The Bavarians have already secured qualification into the next round, leading Barcelona (6), Besiktas (4), and Dynamo Kiev (1).

After a 2-2 draw with RB Leipzig on Wednesday, PSG are joint-third favourites at 11/2, and a win in either of their two matches, away to City or at home to Club Brugge, will see them advance to the round of 16. PSG boast experienced players in the continental front, with former Barcelona star Leo Messi, and former Liverpool midfielder Gini Wijnaldum joining last summer.

Liverpool are 11/2 after a 2-0 win over Diego Simeone’s Atletico Madrid at Anfield. Liverpool have won all their first four group B matches, beating AC Milan, Porto, and now Atletico Madrid both home and away.

Jurgen Klopp’s side have already qualified as group winners with 12 points, leading Porto (5), Atletico Madrid (4), and AC Milan (1).

Chelsea won back-to-back games against Malmo in Group H, putting them in a solid position to advance to the knockout stages. The defending champions have a 15/2 chance of retaining the cup after dominating the Swedes.

The Blues are currently in the second spot with 9 points, trailing group leaders, and already qualified Juventus (12). FC Zenit are third on 3 points, while Malmo are bottom with no points.

Manchester United is 16/1 and in first place in Group F, but they haven’t been convincing. Cristiano Ronaldo scored a late goal for the third time this season in a 2-2 draw away to Atalanta in midweek, following up on his last-gasp victories over the same opponents and Villarreal.

Group F remains the most open group of all, with United leading with 7 points, tied on points with Villareal who occupy second. Atalanta are third with 5 points, while Young Boys occupy the last place with 3 points.

Manchester United’s performances both in the UCL and the Premier League have been underwhelming, and there will be concerns over how far Cristiano Ronaldo, the Champions League specialist can carry them.

Ajax are 20/1 after winning both home and away against Borussia Dortmund in Group C. Sebastian Haller scored in each of those games, bringing his group stage record to seven goals in four games. 

The Dutch Champions have already qualified as group winners with 12 points, with Borussia Dortmund and Sporting Lisbon following with 6 points. Eliminated Besiktas are bottom with zero points.

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