The most important match of the European football season will be played this Saturday at the Stade de France, in Saint-Denis: Liverpool and Real Madrid will play there to meet the new champion of the Champions League.
The game takes on an additional value for Colombia: for the first time, the possibility of a player from our country being the protagonist in the final is opened. Although two of them were champions (Iván Ramiro Córdoba, with Inter in 2010, and James Rodríguez, with Real Madrid, in 2016 and 2017), neither played in the final. And the one who did, lost it: Juan Guillermo Cuadrado with Juventus, in 2017. Now, Luis Díaz could be a starter and protagonist with Liverpool.
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The game will also be a tiebreaker, as these teams have already met in two tournament finals: Liverpool won at the Parc des Princes in Paris in 1981 (1-0) and Real Madrid did so in kyiv in 2018 (3-1). ).
Who is the favorite to win the Champions League?
How are the bets for the Champions League grand final? The match usually marks a peak among the fans, who are more interested in the match and try to guess the result.
“On big final days, such as a Champions League, we have 40 percent more First Time Deposits (FTDs); this is players who register in the application and also make their first deposit, thus receiving our welcome bonus”, said Carlos González, marketing manager of the Codere betting house, which is a sponsor of Real Madrid.
For this bookmaker, the favorite to win the Champions League is Liverpool: it pays 2.05 for the victory of the English club in the final. Instead, the bet on Real Madrid pays 3.40.
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How likely is Luis Diaz to score?
In the case of Luis Díaz, this house pays 3.30 if the Colombian scores a goal in the final and 7.50 if he is the first to score.
Another bookmaker, Betfair, gives Liverpool as a favorite, with 1.56 (64.1 percent probability), while Real Madrid’s title pays him at 2.25 (44.4 percent).
About Luis Díaz, this house gives him a 75.2 percent option to be a starter (1.33) and 28 percent to score a goal in the final (3.50).
For its part, WPlay.co pays 2.05 for Liverpool’s win and 3.45 for Real Madrid’s, talking about the result in 90 minutes.
Regarding Luis Díaz, the possibility of scoring a goal is paid at 2.90 and if he is the author of the first goal, 7.00.
The BetPlay house also gives Liverpool as a favorite, with a payment of 2.08 for their victory. The victory of Real Madrid pays 3.50.
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