Man City Currently 6.0 To Qualify For Next Round of Champions League

Published on April 5th, 2018 9:56 am EST
Written By: Dave Manuel

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Manchester City vs. Liverpool - Betting Odds - Champions League quarter-finals second leg - 2017/18 season.  Etihad Stadium.  Bet on it! Manchester City, which has been the favourite or one of the co-favourites to win Champions League for the entirety of the tournament up until this point, has found itself in some uncharted waters: on the brink of elimination.

Earlier this week, Liverpool shocked the world when they defeated Man City 3-0 at home in the first leg of their Champions League contest. Not only did Man City get blown out on the road, but this also failed to score a valuable away goal, which will make things all the harder on Tuesday, April 10th. If Liverpool can manage to get one past a pressing Man City offence, they will make it nearly impossible for Manchester City to advance.

Let's take a look at the current odds to qualify for the Champions League semi-finals, courtesy of Bet365:

Source: Bet365
Time Stamp: April 5th, 2018 9:21 am EST
Odds Subject to Change

Liverpool, 1.12
Man City, 6.00

Here are the odds for Tuesday's game:

Man City, 1.5
Draw, 4.59
Liverpool, 5.5

In order to qualify for the next round of Champions League, Man City will need to, at the very least, defeat Liverpool 3-0 and then win in extra time.

If Liverpool manages to score a goal, Man City will need to score at least five in order to advance, as a 4-1 home result for Man City would result in Liverpool going through to the next round due to the valuable away goal.

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Given how hard Man City will be pressing in this game, there seems to be a strong likelihood that both teams will score at least one - here are the "Both Teams to Score" betting odds:

Yes, 1.57
No, 2.25

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Manchester City's unbelievable season is suddenly looking shaky, while Liverpool continues to surge.

Who will win this contest?

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