Thursday, March 27, 2014

Bayern Munich to Continue Record-breaking Season in Champions League

Sometimes in top level sports, teams are so much better than their opponents it seems unfair. There are seven games left in the German Bundesliga season and Bayern Munich are already confirmed as champions in record time after winning 25 of their 27 matches.

Things have been a bit closer in the Champions League - they even lost a game earlier in the season - but as they prepare for a quarter-final match-up against Manchester United, bookmakers can only see one winner.

Bayern are 1.48 to win the first leg against their English opponents, despite United (6.40) winning all four of their home games in the competition so far. You can back the draw at 4.20.

The most famous meeting between these two famous teams came in the 1999 final in Barcelona, when late goals from Teddy Sheringham and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer helped United win the trophy with a memorable comeback, and you can take advantage of's Late Goal Refund if we see more late drama on Tuesday night.

If you have a pre-match bet on the result of the game, last goalscorer or correct score, and it's winning until the 88th minute or later but loses due to a late goal, you can receive a refund up to £50. You can find full terms and conditions here.

The Late Goal Refund is also in play for the other three quarter-finals. There's a rematch of last year's semi-final as Real Madrid (1.37) play Borussia Dortmund (8.20) and an all-Spanish affair between the top two in La Liga, Barcelona (1.52) and Atletico Madrid (6.00).

The final match sees French league leaders Paris Saint-Germain (2.02) up against Chelsea (3.60), who are top of the English Premier League table. It's a really strong final eight, and all of the teams left in the competition will fancy their chances.

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