Juventus v Real Madrid Champions League Final Betting Preview and Offers

Juventus v Real Madrid Champions League Final Betting Preview and Offers


Juventus v Real Madrid meet on Saturday (19.45, UK Time) in the Champions League final at the Millennium Stadium of Cardiff. The best game of the season arrives with Los Blancos looking forward to winning back-to-back titles in the European competition. Now we want you to have all the betting info regarding this game. You can read the full preview of the Champions League final here.

If we have a look at Betfair, Real Madrid are slightly favourites to win the title. The bookmaker pays 5/ 6 Los Blancos to lift the trophy, whereas Juventus to become the new European king is paid 1/1. If we have a look at the odds of the match, in 90 minutes, Real Madrid to win is paid 17/10 and Juventus 2/1. The draw pays 11/5. You can get even more money with the market both teams to score and the result. Real Madrid win with goals pay 24/5, Juventus to win is paid with odds 11/2 and the draw 7/2.Champions League Final Betfair En

If you live in the United Kingdom, you can benefit from this great offer from Betfair. Real Madrid to win 40/1 or Juventus to win 40/1. You need to be a new customer and you can also win 100€ in freebets. Besides you can win more money in freebets. The maximum stake is 1£.

According to Betfair, we won’t see many goals at the Millennium Stadium. It’s more likely that only one team scores during the game according to the bookmakers. Both teams to score is paid 19/20 and if is not, it pays 3/ 5. We should also see less than 2,5 goals, which is paid 8/13 and over 2,5 pay 29/20. If betting on daily BTTS markets is your thing Footy Accumulators can offer you more insights. They feature both teams to score predictions on all the biggest leagues and tournaments.

Finally, we want to have a look at the scorer market. Cristiano Ronaldo to score is the big favourite here with 19/20. If Benzema or Morata score, you can get 11/5. From the Italian side, the favourite is Gonzalo Higuaín. A goal scored by the Argentinian is paid