Champions League 2018/19 – odds, schedule & results

Game
1
X
2
18:00 23/07
Viktoria Plzen - Olympiakos Champions League Qualification
3/2
11/5
47/25
18:30 23/07
Saburtalo - Dinamo Zagreb Champions League Qualification
6/1
4/1
33/100
19:00 23/07
PSV Eindhoven - Basel Champions League Qualification
39/50
13/5
7/2
19:00 23/07
The New Saints - FC Copenhagen Champions League Qualification
13/2
15/4
2/5
19:15 23/07
Sutjeska - Apoel Nicosia Champions League Qualification
5/1
3/1
11/20
18:00 24/07
Bate Borisov - Rosenborg Champions League Qualification
91/100
5/2
3/1
19:00 24/07
CFR Cluj - Maccabi Tel Aviv Champions League Qualification
5/4
11/5
9/4
19:00 24/07
Ferencváros - Valletta FC Champions League Qualification
29/100
9/2
9/1
19:15 24/07
Maribor - AIK Champions League Qualification
7/4
11/5
7/4
19:45 24/07
Celtic - Kalju Champions League Qualification
3/50
12/1
40/1
19:45 24/07
Dundalk FC - Qarabag Champions League Qualification
19/10
23/10
8/5
19:45 24/07
Red Star Belgrade - HJK Champions League Qualification
9/25
4/1
7/1

The odds where updated at 2019-07-20 18:03:43. We reserve ourselves for any abnormalities.

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Table
Schedule
Champions League Qualification 2019/2020 - Qualifying Round 2
Game
Result
19:00 23/7
-
19:30 23/7
-
20:00 23/7
-
20:00 23/7
-
20:15 23/7
-
19:00 24/7
-
20:00 24/7
-
20:00 24/7
-
20:15 24/7
20:15 24/7
-
20:45 24/7
-
20:45 24/7
-
20:45 24/7
-
19:00 30/7
-
19:00 30/7
-
19:00 30/7
-
20:00 30/7
-
20:00 30/7
-
20:00 30/7
-
20:30 30/7
-
18:00 31/7
-
19:00 31/7
19:00 31/7
-
19:00 31/7
-
19:00 31/7
-
19:45 31/7
-
Champions League Qualification 2019/2020 - Qualifying Round 1
Game
Result
15:00 9/7
1 - 0
16:00 9/7
2 - 1
18:00 9/7
0 - 1
18:00 9/7
3 - 0
19:45 9/7
1 - 3
20:00 9/7
2 - 2
20:00 9/7
2 - 2
17:30 10/7
0 - 0
19:00 10/7
1 - 1
19:00 10/7
0 - 3
20:00 10/7
2 - 1
20:15 10/7
1 - 1
20:45 10/7
0 - 0
20:45 10/7
0 - 2
22:00 10/7
0 - 3
17:00 16/7
1 - 2
19:30 16/7
1 - 3
20:00 16/7
2 - 2
20:00 16/7
1 - 1
20:45 16/7
0 - 1
18:30 17/7
4 - 5 ot
19:00 17/7
2 - 0
19:00 17/7
4 - 0
19:00 17/7
3 - 1
19:30 17/7
2 - 3
20:00 17/7
3 - 1
20:00 17/7
1 - 2
20:15 17/7
4 - 3 ot
20:15 17/7
2 - 0
20:45 17/7
2 - 1
Results
Game
Results
20:45 17/7
17/7 20:45
Champions League Qualification
2 - 1
20:15 17/7
17/7 20:15
Champions League Qualification
2 - 0
20:15 17/7
17/7 20:15
Champions League Qualification
4 - 3 ot
20:00 17/7
17/7 20:00
Champions League Qualification
1 - 2
20:00 17/7
17/7 20:00
Champions League Qualification
3 - 1
19:30 17/7
17/7 19:30
Champions League Qualification
2 - 3
19:00 17/7
17/7 19:00
Champions League Qualification
3 - 1
19:00 17/7
17/7 19:00
Champions League Qualification
4 - 0
19:00 17/7
17/7 19:00
Champions League Qualification
2 - 0
18:30 17/7
17/7 18:30
Champions League Qualification
4 - 5 ot
Form table 5 latest games in Champions League-kvalet
Champions League Qualification 2019/2020 - Qualifying Round 15 most recent MP W D L GF-GA MS Pts
1Feronikeli 4 0 0 0 0-0 0 0
2Rosenborg 2 0 0 0 0-0 0 0
3Maribor 2 0 0 0 0-0 0 0
4Celtic 2 0 0 0 0-0 0 0
5Qarabag 2 0 0 0 0-0 0 0
6Sutjeska 2 0 0 0 0-0 0 0
7Red Star Belgrade 2 0 0 0 0-0 0 0
8HJK 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0
9Astana 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0
10Saburtalo 2 0 0 0 0-0 0 0
11AIK 2 0 0 0 0-0 0 0
12CFR Cluj 2 0 0 0 0-0 0 0
13Ferencváros 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0
14Ararat-Armenien 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0
15Shkëndija 2 0 0 0 0-0 0 0
16Valletta FC 2 0 0 0 0-0 0 0
17Dudelange 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0
18The New Saints 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0
19Slovan Bratislava 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0
20Bate Borisov 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0
21Suduva Marijampole 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0
22Dundalk FC 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0
23Partizani 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0
24Riga FC 2 0 0 0 0-0 0 0
25Piast Gliwice 2 0 0 0 0-0 0 0
26HB Torshavn 2 0 0 0 0-0 0 0
27 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0
28SP Tre Penne 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0
29Kalju 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0
30Ludogorets 2 0 0 0 0-0 0 0
31Sarajevo 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0
32Linfield 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0
33Sheriff Tiraspol 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0
34Valur 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0
Teams goal form in
Offensive Goals for/game
1Rosenborg3.0000
2Celtic2.5000
3Dundalk FC2.5000
4Ferencváros2.5000
5HJK2.5000
6Maribor2.5000
7Sutjeska2.5000
8AIK2.0000
9Riga FC2.0000
10Saburtalo2.0000
11Slovan Bratislava2.0000
12Ararat-Armenien1.5000
13Bate Borisov1.5000
14CFR Cluj1.5000
15Dudelange1.5000
16Ludogorets1.5000
17Sheriff Tiraspol1.5000
18The New Saints1.5000
19Valletta FC1.5000
20Feronikeli1.2500
21Astana1.0000
22FC Santa Coloma1.0000
23HB Torshavn1.0000
24Kalju1.0000
25Piast Gliwice1.0000
26Qarabag1.0000
27Red Star Belgrade1.0000
28Sarajevo1.0000
29Shkëndija1.0000
30Suduva Marijampole0.5000
31Apoel Nicosia0.0000
32Basel0.0000
33Dinamo Zagreb0.0000
34FC Copenhagen0.0000
35Lincoln0.0000
36Linfield0.0000
37Maccabi Tel Aviv0.0000
38Olympiakos0.0000
39PSV Eindhoven0.0000
40Partizani0.0000
41SP Tre Penne0.0000
42Valur0.0000
43Viktoria Plzen0.0000
Defensive Goals for/game
1Apoel Nicosia0.0000
2Basel0.0000
3Dinamo Zagreb0.0000
4FC Copenhagen0.0000
5Maccabi Tel Aviv0.0000
6Maribor0.0000
7Olympiakos0.0000
8PSV Eindhoven0.0000
9Qarabag0.0000
10Rosenborg0.0000
11Viktoria Plzen0.0000
12Red Star Belgrade0.5000
13Bate Borisov1.0000
14CFR Cluj1.0000
15Celtic1.0000
16FC Santa Coloma1.0000
17Feronikeli1.0000
18HJK1.0000
19Kalju1.0000
20Lincoln1.0000
21Partizani1.0000
22SP Tre Penne1.0000
23Shkëndija1.0000
24Suduva Marijampole1.0000
25The New Saints1.0000
26AIK1.5000
27Astana1.5000
28Dudelange1.5000
29Ferencváros1.5000
30Piast Gliwice1.5000
31Saburtalo1.5000
32Valletta FC1.5000
33Ararat-Armenien2.0000
34Dundalk FC2.0000
35Sheriff Tiraspol2.0000
36Sutjeska2.0000
37HB Torshavn2.5000
38Ludogorets2.5000
39Riga FC2.5000
40Sarajevo2.5000
41Slovan Bratislava2.5000
42Valur2.5000
43Linfield3.0000

Champions League - Europe's biggest football league for club teams!

Real Madrid wrote history last year, by defeating Liverpool in the final and winning their third consecutive Champions League-title. But after being considered one of the favourites to win the title for a number of years, Real Madrid has now fallen down in the list of winner odds. This probably has a lot to do with the fact that Ronaldo, the top goal scorer of all time in Champions League, has left the club for Juventus.

How Champions League 2018/19 will end according to the winner’s odds

 

WinnerOdds
Barcelona6/4
Liverpool12/5
Tottenham21/5
Ajax9/2

Odds from Unibet 24/4 2019 

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Schedule and results

The schedule for Champions League spans over nearly a year. The qualification rounds starts in June with the first leg. Usually, three qualification rounds are played over the summer – and it all ends with a play-off for the group stage.

The Champions League group stage usually begins during autumn, spans over 6 rounds and ends in December. The play-offs then begins in February with the round of 16, and ends in May or June with the final.

Here at Oddsexpert, you can find the Champions League schedule in its entirety – as well as the results from finished matches.

The format of Champions League

The present format of Champions League contains 32 teams split into eight groups. From 1955 until 1992 it was only the countries respective league winners that qualified to the tournament. For the season of 1997/98 Champions League was however expanded with some of the second-placed teams from the different leagues.

The teams who win the major European Leagues will be directly qualified to the group stage of Champions League, and other top placed teams will have to enter the qualification stage. Since the season of 1999/00, the top three or four teams in the big leagues such as Premier League or La Liga has the chance of qualifying into the group stage as well.

The groups

In the group stage of Champions League there are 32 participating teams divided into six groups: Group A, Group B, Group C, Group D, Group E, Group F, Group G and Group H. There are four teams in each group, and the top to teams in each of them will move on into the round of 16. The third team in each group will move on to the Play-offs in Europa League.

The Champions League play-offs

The play-offs in Champions League starts in February, and is a knockout stage. The teams will play against each other twice, at home once and away once. If the result would be a tie after two games, the team that has scored most goals in their away-match will move on to the next stage. If the two teams has scored equally as many goals, the result will be set through additional time and penalties.
The teams that move on to the next round will face each other in the round of 16. The matches are decided through a draw – although two teams from the same country won’t face each other in this round. The matches in the quarter- and semifinals are also decided through draws. There is no match for third place in Champions League, only one final for the top two teams. The final is played in a pre-decided arena, and is settled through just one match.

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Champions League tables – follow your team

Here at Oddsexpert, you can follow all the teams and their results from the group stage. The tables for the different groups are updated as soon as the match results are set – so that you can stay updated on your favorite team!

Champions League facts and history

UEFA Champions League is the club tournament where the best teams in Europe competes for the title of European Champions. The tournament was played for the first time in 1955, under the name European Champions Club’s Cup. The format of the cup has changed a number of times since then, mostly because more teams has been added. The current format of Champions League came about in 1993, and since then the tournament has been played with 32 teams.

Winners throughout the years
Since the start back in 1955, Real Madrid has won the title 12 times – and is still the only team to defend their title. After Real Madrid it is Milan, Bayern Munich, Barcelona and Liverpool that has been most successful in Champions League.