2018-19 Champions League Final Odds: All-English Encounter Between Liverpool and Tottenham
Getty Images. Pictured: Liverpool’s Georginio Wijnaldum and Trent Alexander-Arnold
- 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)
Three-Way Moneyline (90 minutes)
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).
LIVERPOOL COME ALL THE WAY BACK TO LEAD THE TIE 4-3!
— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) May 7, 2019
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).
LUCAS MOURA FOR THE WIN WHAT A MATCH 😱 pic.twitter.com/vD3BsC3ylV
— Bleacher Report Live (@brlive) May 8, 2019
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).