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Check out these super odds for Barca, Bayern & Preston to win in 90 minutes!

Another week and another terrific treble. We’ll show you exactly why our odds of Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Preston all to win are worth considering at 9/4.

You must be wondering what our thinking is, but don’t worry, we’ll take you through our reasoning and we’re confident that you’ll be convinced by the time you get to the end of this piece.

So, without further ado, let’s proceed, starting with a team who are on fire at the moment!

Barcelona v PSG
Football fans. Does this look familiar?

How could you even possibly justify betting against Barca when everything Luis Suarez touches at the moment turns to gold? The Uruguayan hitman is odds-on at 4/5 in the anytime market, and the Catalan club are overwhelmingly odds-on at 2/5 to finish off PSG at the Nou Camp, after defeating them 3-1 in the first leg.

Bayern Munich v Porto
There’s no way of dressing this up. Yes, the German giants may be trailing 3-1 from the first leg, though Pep Guardiola played half the reserve team against Hoffenheim last time out and still won 2-0 away from home.

Still not convinced? Well, get this, they won at a canter, and barely broke into a sweat.

An ideal warm-up for what could follow against Porto, with Pep Guardiola set to let lethal hitmen Thomas Muller and Robert Lewandowski loose, with the consequences for the Portuguese promising to be devastating. Why else would the pair be evens and 10/11 to net respectively, with Bayern 4/5 to progress to the semis?

Notts County v Preston
Undefeated in 14 League One matches, Simon Grayson’s side are comfortable in second, while their opponents haven’t won in 10 league matches, and are perilously close to the relegation zone.

Home or away, County simply cannot buy a win, while the Lancashire side are cruising and with Joe Garner and Jermaine Beckford in top form, their hosts could well be on the end of a hiding.

Oh, did we say the combined odds on each side winning in 90 minutes are 9/4? Go figure…