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After Maccabi Haifa’s win over Juventus, which other underdogs won a big Champions League game?

The UEFA Champions League is one of the biggest competitions in the world, with the football tournament one of the most-watched across all sports with millions of viewers from all around the world continuing to tune in. The competition typically sees the best teams in Europe competing against each other throughout the season in order to become European champions, thus arguably being crowned the best team in the world for that season in the process. Given the elite competition that…
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UEFA Proposed Champions League changes could lead to more thrilling encounters

With the 2021/22 Champions League campaign slowly edging towards the Stade de France based Final, the Group Stage of the competition again did not disappoint eager fans with some thrilling and close encounters, but tensions stepped up at the quarter final point with some glorious battles taking place. The two stand out double headers at that stage were undoubtedly the tantalising clashes between Liverpool and Benfica, and then the Real Madrid and Chelsea tie.  Jurgen Klopp's side took a comfortable…
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2022 Champions League semi finals – early predictions

After some classic matches in the Champions League quarterfinals, we have all sports results in and now know who will face each other in the semifinals of the competition. It’s a contest between England vs Spain as Manchester City face Real Madrid and Liverpool take on Villarreal. With four quality teams battling it out for the biggest prize in football, let’s have a look at which way these semifinals could go. Manchester City vs Real Madrid The first semifinal is…
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Learn about the 10 biggest Champions League wins to date!

The biggest Champions League wins in history UEFA Champions League is one football tournament that every household loves watching. The teams that participate are known to give their best every time. But in every match, there is a winner and a loser. Some wins are not that big, whereas a few are so incredible that football lovers reminisce over them for decades! Are you new to this world and want to know about the biggest wins in the history of the Champions…
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The 2021–22 UEFA Champions League draw

It seems like yesterday when Thomas Tuchel navigated Chelsea to the Champions League title at the expense of Manchester City in the grand final. While both finalists are still amongst the favourites with BetRivers Indiana and other bookmakers to win the tournament, they will need to get past the group stages first. The draw for this year's competition took place on Thursday at 17:00 BST in Istanbul, with four Premier League teams waited to find out who they will face…
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Who’s making the top four? A look at the Champions League chasers

The Premier League top four is as open as it’s been for some time. In fact take a spin on a slot in a real money online casino and it could spit out a wealth of different combinations as the likes of West Ham, Everton and Aston Villa all join the party alongside the usual suspect. Of course, in online gambling terms, Manchester City are dead certs. In fact, you’d be hard pushed to say they’ll finish anywhere but first…
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Bayern Munich and Man City among favourites to win Champions League

Bayern Munich remain the bookmakers’ favourites to win the 2020-21 UEFA Champions League following Monday’s draw. The defending champions have been drawn up against Lazio in the second round, with the first leg taking place in February. The champions of Germany are currently 11/4 favourites with leading bookmakers. Lazio progressed from Group F with 10 points, behind Borussia Dortmund. Club Brugge and Zenit St Petersburg were the other sides in the group. Simone Inzaghi’s side were impressive in finishing fourth…
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