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Latest Champions League Odds: Barcelona new favourites after Manchester City draw Liverpool

11:25 pm AEST 3/4/18
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The two Premier League teams left in the competition have been draw against each other in the quarter finals leaving Barca in pole position

Manchester City began the day as 3/1 (4.0) favourites for the Champions League having eased through to the last eight. Pep Guardiola's men have been paired with Liverpool though, seeing their price drift to 10/3 (4.33) with dabblebet as a result.

With three Premier League teams knocked out in the last 16, Liverpool are only other English side left in the competition and the Reds are 12/1 (from 8/1) to repeat their European heroics of 2005. Jurgen Klopp's side have beaten City domestically of course, but are outsiders to come out on top over two legs according to the latest odds.

Barcelona the new favourites

Barcelona overcame Chelsea in the last 16 and the Spanish side have been extremely impressive in La Liga this term. Losing Neymar to PSG hasn't stopped the Catalan giants cantering through the campaign and they are 5/2 (3.50) with dabblebet to go all the way on the European stage.

The draw against Roma means Barca are now the outright favourites to be crowned European champions again as they were in 2015. The Serie A side are out to 66/1.

Madrid the team to back to retain their crown?

Real Madrid were as big as 8/1 (9.0) with dabblebet after being paired with PSG in the previous round but the defending champions are now 9/2 (from 4/1). They'll play Juventus in a repeat of last season's final which saw the Spanish side come out on top 4-1.

Zinedine Zidane's men have come up short elsewhere but have seemingly saved their best performances for this competition, knocking out the well-fancied French side with relative ease. With Cristiano Ronaldo in fine form, they're likely to be a popular play for punters.

Another kind draw for Bayern Munich

Bayern Munich are 10/3 (from 9/2) having won 8-1 on aggregate against Besiktas, something of a kind draw having finished as runners up in their group. Now the Bundesliga holders face Sevilla over two legs for a place in the semi-finals and that certainly allows the only remaining German side a good chance of being in the draw for the last four.

Champions League quarter-final draw in full:

Roma v Barcelona

Sevilla v Bayern Munich

Juventus v Real Madrid

Liverpool v Manchester City