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BET: Will it be Juventus or FC Barcelona's night in Berlin?

2 June 2015

Sky Bet have all the best odds for this historic football match

The biggest game of the European calendar will take place this weekend at the Olympiastadion in Germany.

The Champions League final will see Italian champions Juventus lock horns with their Spanish equivalents FC Barcelona for Europe’s top crown.

It is sure to be a mouth-watering contest as the Old Lady look to claim their first European title since 1995/96.

However, the men from Catalonia have had a much more fruitful time in the Champions League in recent years, winning the trophy three times in the last ten years.

The likes of Pirlo, Messi, Suarez, Pogba and Neymar will all be on show, but who will come out victorious on the night in Berlin?

Well why not making the game that bit more entertaining and place a bet on the game via Fleetwood Town’s official betting partner, Sky Bet?

Barcelona are clear favourites to lift the trophy and are priced at 4/7 to win whilst Juve are an outside bet at 5/1. These odds are for a winner at full time.

But the Italians can’t be ruled out, considering they saw off Barcelona’s arch rivals Real Madrid over two legs in the semi-finals of the competition.

If you fancy a penalty shoot-out to decide the winner, both teams are individually priced at 12/1.

How about all three of Barca’s deadly strikers, Messi, Suarez and Neymar, to all get on the score sheet in Germany? Sky Bet are offering odds of 20/1 for that to happen.

A lot of eyes will be set on the Italian magician Pirlo, with the technically gifted midfielder a stand out performers for many years on the elite stage.

Can he write another chapter in his extraordinary career book and score against Messi and co? He is priced at 40/1 to score either the first or last goal.

So whoever you are backing, place a bet via Sky Bet with a number of different odds available included will Giorgio Chiellini commit a foul on Luis Suarez? Remember their history last year in the World Cup in Brazil?


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