Barcelona have been trimmed to 9/10 to win the Champions League after their impressive demolition of AC Milan last night.
The Catalans were in typically domineering form as they eased to a 3-1 victory over the Rossoneri to seal their place in the semi-finals by the same scoreline on aggregate.
Two Lionel Messi penalties and an Andres Iniesta strike were enough to make it a routine evening’s work at Camp Nou against Milan, for whom Antonio Nocerino grabbed a consolation.
Barca were available at 5/4 prior to last week’s goalless first leg at San Siro – which was a market-leading price – but are now odds-on favourites to retain the trophy.
New customers can claim a free £25 bet for joining bwin.com and placing this on Barcelona to win the Champions League would return £47.50 if Pep Guardiola’s men go all the way.
Meanwhile, Bayern Munich had little trouble joining the holders in the last four as an Ivica Olic brace gave them a 2-0 home victory over Marseille.
The Bavarians, who advanced with a 4-0 aggregate triumph, are rated as 9/2 third-favourites to win the competition behind Real Madrid (12/5).
That price looks pretty tempting when you consider that of the three matches Bayern need to win to lift the trophy, two of them will be at home as the final is being staged at their Allianz Arena this term.
But no doubt the popular play will be backing Barca to make history by becoming the first team to win back-to-back Champions League titles since the old European Cup format was scrapped in 1992.
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