2018-19 Champions League Final Odds: All-English Encounter Between Liverpool and Tottenham

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  • After the most dramatic semifinals in history, Liverpool will face Tottenham in the Champions League Final on Saturday, June 1 at 3 p.m. ET at the Wanda Metropolitano in Madrid, Spain.
  • Liverpool had +1150 odds to advance to the final before the semifinal second leg while Tottenham were +250, but both pulled off incredible upsets.
  • In the final, Liverpool are -200 favorites to hoist the trophy while Tottenham are +170 underdogs.

An incredible 2018-19 Champions League tournament will wrap up on Saturday, June 1st in Madrid, Spain where Liverpool will face Tottenham in the final.

Champions League Final Odds

To Win (90 minutes + extra time + shootout)
Liverpool -200
Tottenham +170

Three-Way Moneyline (90 minutes)
Liverpool -110
Tottenham +285
Draw +240

Goal Line (90 minutes)
Liverpool -0.5 (-110)
Tottenham +0.5 (-107)

Over/Under (90 minutes)
Over 2.5 (-116)
Under 2.5 (+100)

Champions League Title Odds Throughout Tournament

Liverpool reached +2000 to win the title heading into the semifinal second leg down 3-0 to Barcelona and were +1150 just to advance.

Tottenham’s highest odds were +2800 in the opening stage of the tournament and were still +1050 entering the second leg of their semifinal with Ajax.

Path to the Champions League Final

Liverpool lost three matches in the group stage but progressed with nine points on a head-to-head tiebreaker with Napoli.

The Reds then went on to advance past Bayern Munich in the Round of 16 (3-1 on aggregate), FC Porto in the Quarterfinal (6-1 on aggregate) and Barcelona in the Semifinal (4-3 on aggregate).

Tottenham’s path was just as extraordinary. They finished second in Group B behind Barcelona to advance to the knock-out stage where they defeated Dortmund in the Round of 16 (4-0 on aggregate), Manchester City in the Quarterfinal (4-4 on aggregate) and Ajax in the Semifinal (3-3 on aggregate).

Spurs will hope to get Harry Kane (ankle) back from injury for the final while Liverpool are stressing the status’ of Mo Salah (concussion) and Roberto Firmino (thigh).