Champions League Predictions

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Champions League

Borussia Dortmund

Real Madrid

Sat 1st Jun,

8:00 am

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Champions League Betting Tips For Today, Saturday 1st June

Welcome to our Champions League Tips Page, where our experts provide top-tier predictions and insights for the most prestigious club competition in football. Today’s focus is on the eagerly anticipated final between Borussia Dortmund and Real Madrid.

Matches Covered Today

  • Champions League Final: Borussia Dortmund vs Real Madrid (8:00 pm)

Expert Focus

Our team delivers comprehensive analysis on the Champions League final, focusing on key stats, gameplay strategies, and crucial player duels. Real Madrid, with their unparalleled European pedigree, aim for a record 15th title, while underdogs Borussia Dortmund seek to create history with their second European crown.

Key Tips and Predictions

  • Borussia Dortmund vs Real Madrid Predictions: Our experts provide detailed insights into potential outcomes, key player performances, and tactical battles. Real Madrid’s strong Champions League record and Dortmund’s resilient journey to the final are thoroughly examined to give you the best betting tips.

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Click on the various links to find all the respective football tips and detailed match previews. Stay updated throughout the day with our ‘Next Best Bet’ feature, offering fresh picks from our expert team.

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Champions League Predictions & Betting Tips

You can trust our team’s expertise. For each Champions League prediction, our specialists delve into statistics, explore possible betting scenarios, and measure them against bookmaker odds. Stay ahead with informed choices!

The Champions League is without doubt the biggest club competition, captivating hundreds of millions globally every season. With its endless suspense, it’s the ideal situation to enjoy a bet. Here you will find predictions and tips for every Champions League match – from group phases to the big final.

Now, let’s go into more details.

When will you post tonight’s Champions League tips?

We release our Champions League tips at 10pm the evening prior to every game. This early release ensures we capture the best value and also provides ample time for you to review our tips and make the most of it.

Additionally, we upload our match predictions 2-3 days before the game starts. These come with detailed statistics, betting tips, complete analysis, and correct score predictions.

How to bet on the Champions League Today: A Guide

Begin by exploring our free bets page to gauge the top offers from leading bookmakers. Before placing your bet it is crucial to be well-informed, especially in a tournament of this magnitude with ample information at your fingertips. Thus, ensure you delve into our Champions League betting tips and match predictions for unparalleled insights.

How is the Champions League structured?

European leagues send a determined number of clubs to the Champions League, based on the league’s quality. This allocation varies, with leagues sending between one to four clubs. While some clubs must compete in qualifying rounds for a position, others, based on their ranking, enter directly into the group stages. It is important to note that from the 2024/25 season the Champions League will change and it won’t have group stages anymore but it will be in a league format (see below for more info). 

Currently, following the qualifying rounds, the group stage ensues. This stage comprises eight groups, with each group having four clubs. Every club faces its group counterparts twice, both home and away. From each group, the top two progress to the knockout stages. Securing the top spot in your group offers a strategic advantage, as it pits you against a team that finished second in their respective group.

The knockout phases consist of the round of 16, quarter-finals, semi-finals, and then the final. These stages involve two matches per tie, a home and an away fixture, with the exception of the final, which is a singular, decisive match.

Changes to the Champions League Format:

Starting from the 2024/25 season, the Champions League will feature 36 clubs, all competing in a single league table, as opposed to the previous format of 32 clubs divided into eight groups. The season’s commencement will see a draw, but it’s to set the fixtures for the league-phase: each club plays eight matches, split evenly between home and away.

These 36 teams are distributed across four pots, with Pot 1 hosting the UCL titleholder and the eight clubs with the highest coefficients. Notably, domestic league champions and the UEL victors will not automatically be in Pot 1. The subsequent pots are arranged based on club coefficients. Each club faces two teams from every pot, both home and away. Therefore, Pot 1 clubs could play against two fellow Pot 1 clubs. 

Generally, clubs from the same country won’t compete against each other. But for larger leagues, there may be exceptions to avoid scheduling complications.

At the league’s end:
1. Top eight teams advance directly to the round of 16.
2. Teams ranked 9th to 24th compete in playoffs for the remaining eight round of 16 slots.
3. Teams from 25th to 36th positions are out of European competitions.
4. Unlike previous rules, clubs eliminated from the Champions League won’t enter the Europa League.

For the knockout stages, there’ll be one draw for the round of 16 onwards. Teams will be seeded based on their league-phase rank, and there won’t be country protection. The league-phase rank is crucial as it determines the path a team will take in the knockout rounds.

Which teams will qualify for the Champions League in the new format?

The top four Premier League teams will secure automatic spots in the Champions League group stage, consistent with recent years. This is also true for LaLiga, Bundesliga, and Serie A. A fifth team can qualify if England ranks within the two leagues with the highest coefficients, earning an extra UCL slot.

This is based on league performance, not club coefficients. Historically, the Premier League has been in the top two for six out of the last seven seasons, with Germany narrowly beating England in 2019-20 by a single win.

When is each Champions League stage?

The group stage runs from September to December. The dates for the knock-out rounds are normally as follow. Please note there might be some slight variations during years with major summer tournaments:

February 2023 – Round of 16, 1st leg

March – Round of 16, 2nd leg

April – Quarter-finals, 1st leg

April – Quarter-finals, 2nd leg

May – Semi-finals, 1st leg

May – Semi-finals, 2nd leg

June – Final

Our Champions League predictions will cover each and every matches in all details so stay tuned.

When is the Champions League final?

The Champions League final will normally take place at the end of May or at the beginning of June. The exact date will depend on whether there will be a major summer tournament or not. The match is usually on Saturday night at 20:00 (UK Time) and the venue is changed every year. 

Where to watch the Champions League

UK viewers can watch the entirety of the Champions League, including the final, on TNT Sport. 

Who has won the Champions League most often?

From the time the Champions League was established in 1955 (it was called the European Cup back then), Real Madrid lead the tally with a remarkable 14 titles to their name. AC Milan trails with 7 championships, while Liverpool and Bayern Munich are tied, having lifted the trophy 6 times each.

A glance at the recent victors:

2023: Man City
2022: Real Madrid
2021: Chelsea
2020: Bayern Munich
2019: Liverpool
2018: Real Madrid
2017: Real Madrid
2016: Real Madrid
2015: Barcelona
2014: Real Madrid
2013: Bayern Munich
2012: Chelsea

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