Bayern Munich v Real Madrid Betting Preview

Written by carllaury on 23. April 2020 14:09 o'clock


Bayern Munich will have to make the most of their home advantage when they welcome to bet on La Liga leaders to the stadium where the final will be held in May.


Bayern Munich have been slightly off the pace domestically this season. They look as though they could take the German title down to the wire but need to forget about that for an evening and focus on taking a lead back to Spain with them for the second leg. Bayern have a number of key and experienced players in their side and are 17/10 with Boylesports and Stan James for the win.

Real Madrid will be going all out to secure a first leg advantage which will put them in the driving position. They have been having their best season domestically for years and look as though they will win the league despite some late pressure from Barcelona. Real Madrid have many key players who can win them the game in this first leg. They are slight second favourites at 7/4 with BetBubbles.

Bayern have shown in the champions league bet this season that they can take apart any team when they play in front of their own fans. They have the players needed to break out a quick advantage and kill off the tie early. They will need Real Madrid to be right off the pace for this to happen but Liverpool have shown in the recent past that Real can be taken apart away from home. Bayern to win 2-0 is a safer option at 14s with Stan James.

Real Madrid will enjoy some long spells of possession and it's what they do with the ball during those spells that counts. They have many players who can score from all angles of the pitch and at any time during the game. They will press Bayern inside their own half and will be looking for at least a two goal advantage. Real Madrid to steal a 1-0 win in the first leg is 9/1 with most of the bookies on the market.

Mario Gomez has been one of the leading scorers at Bayern Munich this season and he has carried the team in many games throughout the Champions League. Gomez is the sort of goal poacher that Real Madrid may be paying slightly less attention to which makes him a more dangerous proposition in front of goal. Gomez is 11/2 with BetVictor to score first.

Cristiano Ronaldo has had success playing in Germany before in his Manchester United days. He will be chomping at the bit to help secure his team a final slot against arch rivals Barcelona, if the current Spanish champions get past Chelsea. Ronaldo also takes a lot of set pieces for the side which will give him more chances to score the first goal. He is 9/2 with Coral to score first.


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