Spanish La Liga side Real Madrid (aka Los Blancos) have great depth in their squad this year going into the Champions League quarterfinal in terms of seasoned players with years of experience and rising star youth players.
The question being asked here is, with Real Madrid’s team of know-how and youth, are they favourites to win this year’s UEFA Champions League outright? Find out what the bookmakers are saying right here.
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Can Real Madrid win the UEFA Champions League this year?
To get a better picture of just how likely it is that Real Madrid can win the league, the best thing to do would be to visit some of today’s most reputable online sports betting sites and then compare the odds.
For example, many of today’s most trusted online bookmakers currently only have Real Madrid as the third odds-on favourite team to win the Champions League outright. They are behind Napoli and Bayern Munich (second joint odds-on favourites) and Manchester City (the current odds-on favourite).
Where can I get tickets to watch the remaining Champions League fixtures?
If you would like to purchase tickets for any upcoming Champions League matches, one of the best sites you can turn to is the official Seatpick website.
Click here for the latest ticket prices and availability. They also have tickets for the English Premier League and all other European top-flight leagues.
A closer look at Real Madrid’s odds of winning the Champions League final
If you were to place a bet right now on any team to win the Champions League outright, you would be looking at the following odds:
- Real Madrid – are currently priced at 7/1 in the UK fractional odds format, which gives them only a 12.50% implied probability rate of actually winning
- Napoli – currently priced at 7/2, which gives them a 22/20% chance of winning
- Bayern Munich – are also currently priced the same as Napoli (7/2)
- Manchester City – currently the favourites, priced at 9/4, which gives them a 30.80% chance of winning
Which seasoned players and emerging stars are Real Madrid relying on?
Some of the older, more seasoned players with years of experience behind them that Real Madrid will be relying on are Karim Benzema (forward), Luka Modric (midfielder), Toni Kroos (midfielder), David Alaba (defender), Nacho Fernandez (defender), Thibaut Courtois (goalkeeper), and Antonio Rudiger (defender).
When it comes to the younger players in the squad, they rely on Vinícius Júnior (forward), Rodrygo (forward), Federico Valverde (midfielder), Eduardo Camavinga (midfielder), Aurélien Tchouaméni (midfielder), and Éder Militão (defender), to name a few.
Where are Real Madrid in La Liga, and can they win the league outright?
There are still more than ten games left to play in La Liga, and Real Madrid are currently in second place, 12 points behind league leaders Barcelona.
If you were to bet on Real Madrid right now to win La Liga, you would be looking at average odds of around 20/1, which means there’s only a 4.80% chance of them winning.
In comparison, Barcelona are currently priced at around 1/50, which means they have a whopping 98.00% chance of winning La Liga outright.