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The 2014/15 Champions’ League starts tonight with Liverpool (1/5 at bet365) taking on Bulgaria’s Ludogorets (16/1 at bet365), following a 5-year absence from the tournament despite famously winning it in 2005. It will surely be a very special occasion at Anfield tonight - Steven Gerrard to Score First and Liverpool to Win is 8/1 at bet365.

Tonight will also feature Dortmund (19/20 at bet365) v Arsenal (16/5 at bet365)! The Germans have experienced a strong start to their Bundesliga campaign but have suffered a blow in the form of a Marco Reus ankle injury but Dortmund will look to capitalise on their home advantage against an Arsenal side who have a few well-known Germans of their own. Alexis Sanchez is 7/1 to score first at bet365.

This year’s ‘Group Of Death’ begins tomorrow evening with Bayern Munich (4/6 at bet365) v Man City (17/4 at bet365), which is obviously a huge game. The Dubai owned Manchester club have failed to show their dominance on a European platform as yet so the club will be expecting to push further this year. The German champions’ are undefeated so far this season, and they’ll look to continue their good form against a strong City side. Bayern to Win & Both Teams To Score is 2/1 at bet365.

Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atletico, Chelsea and Schalke; as well as many more huge clubs all partake – which hints at a great opportunity.

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Here are some of the latest odds:

PSG v Barcelona Odds

Full Time Result
Home Win
3.8
Draw
3.6
Away Win
1.9

Atletico Madrid v Real Madrid Odds

Full Time Result
Home Win
2.9
Draw
3.4
Away Win
2.4

FC Porto v Bayern Munich Odds

Full Time Result
Home Win
5.5
Draw
3.8
Away Win
1.6

Juventus v Monaco Odds

Full Time Result
Home Win
1.4
Draw
4.2
Away Win
7.5

UEFA Champions League 2014/15 Odds

To Win Outright
Bayern Munich
2.8
Barcelona
3.5
Real Madrid
5.0
Juventus
8.0
Atletico Madrid
17.0
PSG
17.0
Monaco
67.0
FC Porto
67.0

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