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The UEFA Champions League, often abbreviated UCL is the most prestigious soccer club tournament in the world contested by the best clubs in Europe, drawing millions of spectators from around the globe.

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How to bet on the Champions League Final Odds:

Opening odds for the 2022 Champions League final:

Moneyline (2x1)

Liverpool: +105

Draw: +260

Real Madrid:+260

Over/Under - Goal Line:

2.5 Goals (Over -135/Under: +110)

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The first step is to examine the betting odds and determine the teams competing. Next, choose your wager type and amount, then let the dice roll.

Find the most common bet types below:

The handicap or point spread is expressed as pk or pk and -0.5 for the favorite team and pk and +0.5 for the underdog. You must choose the winner in the pk or 'pick' phase. If it has a 0.5 next to it, it implies your ticket has been split into two halves, with the second portion requiring them to win by that amount for your bet to win.

Moneyline or 1×2 bets are straightforward. Select either the home team to win, the visiting team to win, or the game to finish in a draw.

NOTE: Next to each option, the American odds will show you how much you can win and how much of a favorite or underdog that team is.

Goal-line, commonly known as the Over/Under totals, is a line set by the oddsmakers that anticipate the total number of goals scored. You can wager on the over if you believe more goals will be scored than the sportsbook's line or the under if you believe there will be fewer.

2022 Champions League final preview

English Premier League Liverpool will face Spanish LaLiga Real Madrid in the 2022 Champions League final on May 28 in Paris, France.

Liverpool overcame a rough start against dangerous rival Villarreal to get their ticket to the final. The Reds won the match up 3-2 after losing 0-2 by halftime. Liverpool won all six games in the group stage and finished top of Group B to make the knock-out Round.

Liverpool beat Inter Milan in the Round of 16 with a 2-1 aggregate and Benfica in the Semi-finals with a 6-4 aggregate.

With odds of -105, the Reds are the current favorites to win the tournament. They have six trophies to their name, the most recent being the UEFA Champions League final in the 2018-19 season. Can they repeat the feat this year?

On the other hand, Real Madrid pulled off an impossible comeback in stoppage time. Rodrigo scored twice in the 90th and 91st minute before Karim Benzema scored in extra time to give Real Madrid the improbable victory.

This is not Madrid's first comeback through group stage or knock-out rounds. Madrid had impressive climbs against Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea to help the club get to this unlikely spot.

Real Madrid, the club with the most UCL titles in history (13), comes in with odds at +260 to win as they look to lift the trophy for the 14th time. Can they continue the magic and secure a win?

Liverpool vs. Real Madrid: Head to Head

Real Madrid has won four of their past eight games against Liverpool, with three victors and one tie. Real Madrid has scored ten goals and surrendered eight against Liverpool.

Madrid has been unbeaten in their past five games against Liverpool, who had won the first three meetings between the two sides.

  • Real wins 4
  • Liverpool wins 3
  • Draws 1
  • Real goals 10
  • Liverpool goals 8

1980/81 - Final

  • Liverpool 1 - 0 Real Madrid

2008/09 - Round of 16

  • Real Madrid 0 - 1 Liverpool
  • Liverpool 4 - 0 Real Madrid

2014/15 - Group B Matchday 3

  • Liverpool 0 - 0 Real Madrid

2014/15 - Group B Matchday 4

  • Real Madrid 1 - 0 Liverpool

2017/18 - Final

  • Real Madrid 3 - 1 Liverpool

2020/21 - Quarter-finals

  • Liverpool 0 - 0 Real Madrid
  • Real Madrid 3 - 1 Liverpool

Liverpool's recent record versus Madrid is terrible, with their most recent defeats coming in the 2020/21 Quarter-finals and 2018 final, both of which they will be looking to avenge on Saturday, May 28.

How does the Champions League work?

Each European league qualifies a set number of teams for the Champions League. This number might range from one to four teams, depending on the league's quality. In addition, certain teams must compete in qualifiers to enter the event, whereas higher-ranked teams are positioned directly into the competition group stage.

The group stages begin after the qualifying is completed, where the competition splits into two parts. The first part is the Group Stage, in which 32 teams are drawn into eight groups of four teams. Each side plays six games (three home and three away), and the group winners and runners-up advance. The second part is the Knock-Out Stage teams are drawn again to determine the pairings to play in a double-legged (home and away) match for the Round of 16. After that, the winners will advance into the quarter-finals, semi-finals, and final game.

Note: The final is a one-match contest.

Teams competing in the Champions League

The following teams qualified for the 2021/2022 Champions League group stage.

Group A: Manchester City, PSG, RB Leipzig, Club Brugge.

Group B: Liverpool, Atletico Madrid, Porto, AC Milan.

Group C: Ajax, Sporting Lisbon, Borussia Dortmund, Besiktas.

Group D: Real Madrid, Inter Milan, FC Sheriff Tiraspol, Shakhtar Donetsk.

Group E: Bayern Munich, Benfica, Barcelona, Dynamo Kiev.

Group F: Manchester United, Villarreal, Atalanta, Young Boys.

Group G: LOSC Lille, Salzburg, Sevilla, Wolfsburg.

Group H: Juventus, Chelsea, Zenit, Malmö

When is each stage?

Group stage: September 14, 2021, to December 8, 2021.

Round of 16: First leg 15–16 & 22–23 February 2022. Second leg 8–9 & 15–16 March 2022.

Quarter-finals: First leg 5–6 April 2022. Second leg 12–13 April 2022.

Semi-finals: First leg 26–27 April 2022. Second leg 3–4 May 2022.

Final: May 28, 2022, at Stade de France, Saint-Denis

Where to watch the Champions League

The final will go ahead in the Parisian capital on Saturday, May 28, at 21:00 CEST (local time), that's 3:00 pm (ET) or noon (PT)

United States of America viewers can watch the final match on CBS and TUDN Deportes. United Kingdom on BT Sport, Central America on ESPN, Costa Rica on Teletica, Vietnam on FPT, Taiwan/Chinese Taipei on Elta, Philippines onTap TV.

Who has the most Champions League titles?

Since its beginning in 1955, Real Madrid has been the team with the most Champions League finals wins, with 13 wins. They are followed by AC Milan with seven wins, while Liverpool and Bayern Munich have both won the competition six times.

Recent winners:

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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