Champions League draw: English club 7/5 to win the competition
Premier League has five clubs in last-16
The Premier League is well-represented in this season’s Champions League knockout rounds.
Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur are all still in with a chance of European glory.
Coral go 7/5 that one of those five clubs wins the competition after the draw for the last-16 was made this morning.
The two London representatives face the toughest opponents in the next round. Spurs play Juventus, while Chelsea will renew hostilities with Barcelona.
City, United and Liverpool all look to have relatively straightforward ties.
It’s 7/2 that all five English clubs negotiate their last-16 ties and make it to the quarter-final stage.
If that happens, an all-English final could be on for the first time since 2008. That scenario is priced at 11/2 to unfold.
“With five English clubs in the last-16 and Manchester City the favourites to lift the trophy, the odds suggest there is a strong chance that there will be an English winner in Kiev for the first time since 2012″, said Coral’s John Hill.
Which English club will progress the furthest in the Champions League?
5-6 Manchester City, 4/1 Manchester United, 11-2 Liverpool, 8/1 Tottenham, 10/1 Chelsea.
An all-English Champions League final – 11/2
An English winner of the Champions League – 7/5
How many English clubs will make the quarter-final?
2-1 three clubs, 2/1 four clubs, 7-2 five clubs, 7-1 one club, 20-1 0 clubs
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing