It is time for the best European football teams to go head to head in the final stages of two of the most important tournaments in the world.
The Champions League is by far the richest event, but now that Europa league gained a lot of traction over the last couple of years, it promises to be a serious contender in the upcoming decade.
Only four teams are still left in the race, with some formidable formations being recently eliminated and the stakes are further increased.
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Barcelona is the overwhelming favorite to win the Champions League after virtually securing the domestic championship. It has one of the best offensives in the world and the team scores goals both at home and on the road, so it is hard to envision a way in which Juventus is going to stop them in their tracks.
On the other hand, it would be a mistake to underestimate the Italians, because they recently eliminated Real Madrid from the race.
The Spanish side was regarded as favorite to triumph in the second leg of the semifinals, but they were stopped in their tracks. The final is going to be truly exciting, with Barcelona being the offensive team but Juventus knows how to defend a narrow lead and even a scoreless draw.
Punters are siding with the Catalans, which comes as no surprise, but when it comes to the value in odds, it is definitely more profitable to bet on the underdog.
The same can be said about the Europa league final, which will bring together two of the teams that started as favorites at the beginning of the competition. Sevilla did a fine job in the first leg and scored three goals, which rendered the result of the second leg virtually irrelevant.
They didn’t expect to have an easy task in Italy, against the team that scored plenty of goals in front of its fans. Fiorentina was the only team in the Italian first division that managed to defeat Juventus at home this season, but they failed.
Elsewhere, Napoli failed to win the first leg after the visitors scored late in the game and were even worse on the road. They lost by a narrow margin and failed to score, so the Europa League champions will take on Dnipro in the final, with bookmakers crediting Sevilla with the first chance to lift the trophy again.