Odds to Qualify for the Semi-Finals of the UEFA Champions League

The UEFA Champions League Logo - UCLThe return legs of the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals are taking place next week on Tuesday, April 8th and Wednesday, April 9th, 2014. Here we will go over the odds to qualify for semi-finals and update you on the current injuries and suspensions.

Borussia vs. Real Madrid (0-3)

After losing 3-0 in the first leg match at the Bernabeu, Borussia are facing an almost impossible task of making it through to the next round. At the bookies, they are valued at 25/1 to qualify, while Real Madrid are valued at 1/100. It might be important to note that Lewandowski is back from a suspension for Dortmund, while Ronaldo is probably out with an injury for Real Madrid.

Chelsea vs. PSG (1-3)

The last minute Javier Pastore strike from the first-leg match turned this fixture upside down for Chelsea FC, who are now the sizable underdogs to reach the semis at 11/4. PSG, even without Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who is out for a few weeks due to injury, are the favourites, valued at 1/4.


Atletico vs. Barcelona (1-1)

Atletico and Barca drew for the fourth time this season in the first leg match. Atletico are the slight underdogs to qualify at 23/20, while Barca are valued at 8/11. On Wednesday, Atletico will be without Diego Costa and Barca will be without Gerard Pique, as both players suffered injuries in the first game.

Bayern vs. Man Utd (1-1)

According to the bookmakers, Manchester United only delayed the inevitable in the first leg match by holding Bayern to a draw. The last year's champions are the firm favourites to advance to the semi finals at 1/9, while Man Utd are valued at 6/1. Bayern will be without Bastian Schweinsteiger and Javi Martinez due to suspensions and Man Utd will be without Robin van Persie due to injury.


Looking forward to Tuesday and Wednesday!