Champions League Final Odds & Betting Tips 2014
The Champions League Final 2014 takes place in Lisbon, Portugal between Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid.
The Champions League Final in 2014 is the ultimate derby as the two teams from Madrid fight for the title with Real Madrid aiming for their 10th victory in the competition.
UEFA Champions League Odds
Real Madrid is the odds on favourite to win at 11/10 however there is a huge value in taking Atletico where they have been the best team in the Spanish league this season and are truly on fire. Atletico can definitely beat Madrid and this game is probably closer to a 50/50 toss up which means Atletico offer a great payout.
the odds are 13/5 for Atletico to win so that is even a better price.
Here are other items you can bet on:
- Both teams to score: 5/6
- Goal Scorer 1st Cristiano Ronaldo14/5
- Goal Scorer 1st Diego Costa 5/1
- Goal Scorer 1st David Villa 11/2
- Score 1-0 Real Madrid 7/1
- Score 2-0 Atletico Madrid 20/1
- Score 2-0 Real Madrid 10/1
Most people aren't aware of how good Atletico Madrid is right now. Their team is well coached and they are close to winning La Liga for the first since since 1996 and that is against the 2 powerhouses of Real Madrid and Barcelona. Everyone knows how good Real Madrid is but in reality this game is going to be closer than the odds suggest. Atletico beat FC Barcelona and Chelsea FC to make it to the finals and they did this with impressive victories when the game mattered the most. Atletico to the world might seem like underdogs but they are on a role and they will put up a tough match.
If you pick for Atletico Madrid to win, you are looking at odds of around 12/5
and will vary depending on the bookmaker.
Previous scores of this season between the two clubs:
Atletico 1-0 Real Madrid, September 2013
Atletico 2-2 Real Madrid, March 2014
Why not try your luck with a free bet
bonus? If you bet on Atletico with a free bet, you are looking at probably the best scenario possible where you can get a free bet. Atletico have great odds and this seems like pure EV (expected value).
So how good is Diego Costa?