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UEFA Champions League Odds
by Paul Kennedy, August 31st, 2007 7AM



Following Thursday's draw in Monaco, Barcelona was installed by British bookmaker Ladbrokes as the odds-on favorite to win the 2008 UEFA Champions League. Barcelona was given 11-2 odds despite the fact the Catalan club was placed in Group D, arguably the toughest of the eight groups, along with six-time French champion Lyon and German Bundesliga champion Stuttgart. Chelsea and Manchester United are second favorites at 7-1, followed by Inter Milan and AC Milan at 9-1.

Liverpool (England) 10-1
Porto (Portugal) 51-1
Marseille (France) 51-1
Besiktas (Turkey) 201-1

Chelsea (England) 7-1
Valencia (Spain) 21-1
Schalke 04 (Germany) 41-1
Rosenborg (Norway) 501-1

Real Madrid (Spain) 10-1
Werder Bremen (Germany) 51-1
Lazio (Italy) 34-1
Olympiakos (Greece) 151-1

AC Milan (Italy) 9-1
Benfica (Portugal) 101-1
Celtic (Scotland) 101-1
Shakhtar Donetsk (Ukraine) 126-1

Barcelona (Spain) 5.5-1
Lyon (France) 19-1
VfB Stuttgart (Germany) 51-1
Rangers (Scotland) 151-1

Manchester United (England) 7-1
Roma (Italy) 26-1
Sporting Lisbon (Portugal) 101-1
Dynamo Kiev (Ukraine) 151-1

Inter Milan (Italy) 9-1
PSV (Netherlands) 67-1
CSKA Moscow (Russia) 101-1
Fenerbahce (Turkey) 201-1

Arsenal (England) 19-1
Sevilla (Spain) 21-2 or AEK Athens (Greece) 351-1
Steaua Bucharest (Romania) 201-1
Slavia Prague (Czech Rep.) 251-1

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