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Bayern Munich: 11/4

Current holders Bayern Munich are the bookies favourites to win the Champions League this season.

Bayern have started in a similar fashion to what they did last season as they currently sit at the top of the Bundesliga after 19 games, seven points clear of second-place RB Leipzig. They progressed from Group A with ease in the Champions League which consisted of Atletico Madrid, RB Salzburg and Lokomotiv Moscow.

The Bundesliga side earned 16 points from a possible 18, only drawing with Atletico having fielded a weakened side away at the Wanda Metropolitano, which earned them a tie against Serie A side Lazio in the round of 32 of which they are firm favourites to win.

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Manchester City: 7/2

Manchester City are the second favourites having displayed impressive form in all competitions this season.

The Citizens are currently top of the Premier League, sitting three points above bitter rivals Manchester United In second place with a game in hand, having gone on a club-record run of 12 wins in a row.

Guardiola’s side have also progressed to the League Cup final after they beat United 2-0 at Old Trafford early last month and will face Spurs in the final at Wembley in April.

City progressed through to the knockout stages with ease, as they earned 16 points in a group that consisted of FC Porto, Olympiakos and Marseille. City will face Bundesliga outfit Borussia Monchengladbach in the round of 16 and will fancy their chances of progressing to the quarter-finals and will fear no other team in the competition in the current form that they are in.

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Liverpool: 6/1

Premier League champions Liverpool are next on the list at the odds of 6/1.

Jurgen Klopp’s side have been to two of the last three finals in this competition and will face RB Leipzig in the knockout rounds, having qualified from a tricky group which had the likes of Ajax and Atalanta in it.

Liverpool are currently third in the Premier League despite the fact that the likes of Virgil Van Dijk, Joel Matip and Joe Gomez are all ruled out till the end of the season, but, have still looked strong in defence with the likes of Fabinho playing there, and in the January transfer window, they did bring in reinforcements for this area, with the likes of Ozan Kabak and Ben Davies joining from Schalke and Preston North End.

Liverpool have the odds of 6/1 to win the Champions League for a seventh time.

Juventus: 12/1

Italian champions Juventus are the fourth favourites to win the competition.

Andrea Pirlo’s side currently sit fourth in Serie A, seven points off league leaders AC Milan, although the Old Lady do have a game in hand on the Rossoneri.

Juve finished ahead of Barcelona in their group which also consisted of Dynamo Kyiv and Hungarian outfit Ferencvarosi and have been drawn against FC Porto in the next round where they are heavy favourites to win the tie.

Cristiano Ronaldo is the top scorer in the competition’s history having scored 132 times and has won the competition on five separate occasions, the 35-year-old Portuguese striker will be looking to help his side win the competition for the first time since 1996.

Juventus are priced at 12/1 to win the Champions League for the third time.

PSG: 12/1

Last year’s finalists are the fifth favourites to win the competition, having progressed through a tricky group containing Manchester United, Leipzig and Istanbul Basaksehir.

Since then, PSG have sacked Thomas Tuchel and replaced him with Mauricio Pochettino who lead Tottenham Hotspur to the Champions League final in 2019.

Alike City, PSG have never won the Champions League and will fancy their chances with the likes of Neymar and Mbappe on the books, however, they do face Barcelona in the round of 16, hence why their odds are significantly higher than those mentioned above as they will have to face up to the likes of Lionel Messi.

PSG have the odds of 12/1 to win the Champions League for the first time in their history.

Real Madrid: 14/1

Real Madrid are the record winners of this competition, having done so 13 times. They last won it under current manager Zinedine Zidane in 2018 when they beat Liverpool 3-1 in the final in Kyiv, which meant that Los Blancos had won the competition three times in a row, which is a record since the competition was rebranded in 1994.

This season has been a turbulent one for Real, as they currently sit ten points behind city rivals Atletico in La Liga and struggled to qualify from the Group stages, earning ten points from six matches against the likes of Monchengladbach, Shakhtar Donetsk and Inter Milan.

Real have a history of significantly stepping up their efforts to win the Champions League in the knockout stages and will have to do so again if they are to beat last season’s quarter-finalists Atalanta in the knockout stages.

Los Blancos are priced at 14/1 to win the Champions League for a record 14th time.

Atletico Madrid: 16/1

Atletico Madrid are priced at 16/1 to win the Champions League, having made the final of the competition in both 2014 and 2016, losing to Real on both occasions.

Diego Simeone's side are in irresistible form in La Liga this season, as they sit ten points ahead of Barcelona and Real at the top of La Liga with a game in hand, having conceded just ten times in the league.

The La Liga outfit progressed from the same group as Bayern, as mentioned above and have been drawn against Chelsea in the round of 16, a tie which they will fancy their chances in.

Simeone's men have the odds of 16/1 to win the competition.

Barcelona: 16/1

Barcelona also have the same odds as Atletico to win the Champions League at 16/1.

Barca have won the competition six times, most recently in 2015 when they beat Juventus 3-1 in the final in Berlin. The Catalonians progressed from the same group as Juventus, however, as mentioned above they will face PSG in the knockout stages which will be a tricky test.

Barca will be hopeful that the likes of Lionel Messi can guide his side to European glory as he has as the centrepiece of the team in 2009, 2011 and 2015.

Ronald Koeman's side are priced at 16/1 to become Champions of Europe for a seventh time.

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