Manchester City have been eased in the Champions League outright betting after drawing Chelsea-conquerors Paris Saint-Germain in the last eight.
Available at 18/1 before the balls met the bowl, the Citizens are now 20/1 to land the only trophy to have consistently eluded them since the arrival of Sheikh Mansour as owner brought them into the financial big leagues in 2008.
City are 13/10 to advance to the semi-finals at Les Parisiens’ expense, with Laurent Blanc’s side 1/2 to progress.
The first leg is due to take place at the Parc des Princes on Tuesday April 5.
Elsewhere in the draw, Barcelona remained 5/2 favourites to win the competition after landing La Liga rivals Atletico Madrid.
However, their closest rivals in the outright betting both shortened on the back of favourable quarter-final opponents.
Real Madrid are 21/4 having been 13/2 prior to being paired with Wolfsburg, while Bayern Munich are 12/5 from 14/5 after being allotted Benfica as last eight foes.