Nine-time winners Real Madrid host 2010 finalists Bayern Munich in their Champions League semi-final second leg this evening hoping to overturn a one-goal deficit following their 2-1 defeat at the Allianz Arena.
The visitors are 3/2 outsiders to qualify for the final in their home stadium despite their narrow lead and will be looking for top scorer Mario Gomez to further their advantage by adding to his 12 goals in the completion so far.
Only Lionel Messi has a better record this season and no one has scored more from open play than the Germany striker. The Bundesliga joint top scorer is 6/1 to grab the first goal at the Bernabeu and 17/10 to hit the net at any time.
Real Madrid have been phenomenal at home this season, averaging nearly four goals a game in front of their own fans in the league alone. However, one may be enough here thanks to Mesut Ozil’s away goal in the first leg.
Cristiano Ronaldo is 11/4 to get the scoring underway and the former Man Utd star will be raring to go after his goal at Camp Nou on Saturday sunk Barcelona and all but confirmed Real as La Liga champions.
Punters who use their free £25 bet will see a return of £112.50 if the former World Player of the Year breaks the deadlock tonight, while he is at 3/4 to notch at any point.
Alternatively, you can back him at 7/2 to score at least twice – which would surely guarantee his club’s 13th appearance in the final – or 14/1 if you fancy him to bag a hat-trick or better for the eighth time this season.
Recommended bet: Cristiano Ronaldo to score first @ 11/4
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