Champions League Quarterfinals Second Leg: Preview, Prediction, And OddsPublished April 14, 2021 by Sol FH
Wednesday at 20:00 GMT, don't miss out on the last two matches of the Champions League Quarterfinals.
The final two matches of the Champions League Quarterfinals are on tonight between Liverpool vs. Real Madrid at Anfield, and, Dortmund vs. Man. City at Westfalonstadion. After a stunning first leg, both of these matches are expected to be incredible. Let's take a look at both matches in-depth to see which teams might be the best pick to win, and, advance to the Champions League Semifinals.
Liverpool vs. Real Madrid, Wednesday at 20:00 GMT
Real Madrid is now second in La Liga and had to work hard to advance to the Champions League knockout rounds. Over the last weeks, they have shown flashes of the team we'd expect, with all the talent that they have on the roster. They have won 4 of 5 in La Liga and won the first leg of the Quarterfinals against the Reds, 3-1.
Real Madrid cannot get complacent going into the second leg, as Liverpool will be looking to get their revenge and try to advance to the next round.
With Liverpool at home, the Reds are in good shape to get the win on Wednesday, but, Real Madrid will be fighting as they have throughout the competition.
The odds are with Liverpool for the win, but, they are well behind in the odds to qualify. Bet365 Sports listed Real at 1.22 to advance, while the Reds are at 4.00 even. For the win tonight, the odds are fairly close with Liverpool at 2.00 and Real at 3.50.
Dortmund vs. Man. City, Wednesday at 20:00 GMT
Dortmund does not do well after losing the first-leg match. In fact, out of the last seven times, they've been in this situation, they have only come back to win and advance on one occasion. On the other side of things, Man. City has advanced after winning the first-leg on 13 of 15 occasions.
The chances of Dortmund being able to stop City are fairly slim and a win by the Citizens is expected on Wednesday. Odds are in favor of City at bet365 Sports at 1.61 to win and 1.11 to qualify. For Dortmund, the squad is way behind at 4.75 for the win and 6.50 to advance.
The odds in this article at the bookmaker mentioned above were accurate at the time of writing, on April 13 at 8:00 GMT.