Odds, Tips, and Analysis for the 2021 Champions League Final
Manchester City takes on Chelsea in the 2021 UEFA Champions League Final on Saturday evening in Porto, Portugal, pitting two of English football’s powerhouses against one other.
Manchester City is competing in the final for the first time in the club’s history, while Chelsea is looking for their second title in the competition, having lost to Manchester United in the 2008 final before defeating Bayern Munich in 2012.
It promises to be a high-quality and dramatic finale. The event will be shown live on CBS Sports, and we’ve analyzed the best bets for all of the action using odds from Betfair, the biggest UK oddsmaker.
Manchester City are 10/11 to win the final, with Chelsea at 7/2 and the draw at 23/10. Chelsea has been revitalized since German Thomas Tuchel took charge earlier this year, and the Blues have defeated Manchester City in their previous two games.
Chelsea fans will be hopeful coming into this match after a 1-0 FA Cup semi-final triumph at Wembley and a 2-1 away triumph at the Etihad Stadium. Chelsea, on the other hand, had a terrible conclusion to the season, which was highlighted by a 2-1 defeat away to Aston Villa on the final day of the Premier League season. Tuchel also lost to Paris Saint-Germain in the 2020 Champions League final. Is it possible that history will repeat itself?
Pep Guardiola, a two-time Champions League winner, has led City to victory this season. With a comfortable third Premier League victory in four seasons, owner Sheikh Mansour’s ten-year investment has been oriented at securing European football’s premier league.
City are in pole position to win the Champions League for the first time after several failures to reach the final. They have closed the season brilliantly, exemplified by a 5-0 demolition of Everton last weekend. Sergio Aguero, City’s all-time leading scorer, will play his final game for the club in Porto, and the game has special significance for him.
The all-English Champions League finals in 2019 (Liverpool vs Tottenham) and 2008 (Manchester United vs Chelsea) failed to live up to their billing, with both games lacking in enthusiasm. This game has gotten off to a tense and srappy start. This is a condensed version of the information.