MLS upcoming schedule, MLS Cup odds

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MLS betting odds and upcoming schedule: Major League Soccer is winding down the final month of regular season fixtures following the COVID-19 shutdown and MLS is Back tournament.

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The regular season is currently scheduled to end on Nov. 8, with the playoffs beginning that same week, culminating with MLS Cup on Dec. 12.

Click here for MLS betting odds and different odds on soccer and beyond from our new official sports betting partner PointsBet, as there will be plenty of selections to make each week with game lines and more available via NBC Sports Bet.

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This page will be updated following the completion of every round of games in 2020, to feature the upcoming set of fixtures and MLS betting odds.

This weekend’s MLS schedule and odds (via PointsBet)

Friday, Oct. 23

Nashville SC (+175) v New England Revolution (+270) / Draw (+210) — 7:30 pm ET

Saturday, Oct. 24

Inter Miami (+115) v Orlando City SC (+225) / Draw (+260) — 3:30 pm ET
Atlanta United (-140) v D.C. United (+375) / Draw (+280) — 4 pm ET
Philadelphia Union (+170) v Toronto FC (+160) / Draw (+235) — 7:30 pm ET
FC Cincinnati (+175) v Minnesota United (+145) / Draw (+250) — 7:30 pm ET
New York City FC (-250) v Montreal Impact (+600) / Draw (+400) — 7:30 pm ET
Chicago Fire (+130) v New York Red Bulls (+195) / Draw (+260) — 7:30 pm ET
Houston Dynamo (+150) v Columbus Crew SC (+170) / Draw (+250) — 8 pm ET
Sporting Kansas City (-120) v Colorado Rapids (+325) / Draw (+270) — 8:30 pm ET
Real Salt Lake (+125) v FC Dallas (+235) / Draw (+220) — 9:30 pm ET
Vancouver Whitecaps (+215) v San Jose Earthquakes (+110) / Draw (+280) — 10 pm ET

Sunday, Oct. 25

Los Angeles FC (-175) v LA Galaxy (+400) / Draw (+360) — 3:30 pm ET

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2020 MLS Cup betting odds

Seattle Sounders (+450)
Toronto FC (+550)
Los Angeles FC (+700)
Philadelphia Union (+700)
Orlando City SC (+800)
Columbus Crew SC (+1000)
New York City FC (+1000)
Portland Timbers (+1400)
Sporting Kansas City (+1800)
Colorado Rapids (+2200)
New England Revolution (+2200)
FC Dallas (+3300)
Minnesota United (+3300)
LA Galaxy (+4000)
New York Red Bulls (+6000)
Inter Miami (+6600)
Real Salt Lake (+6600)
Chicago Fire (+7500)
Atlanta United (+7500)
Houston Dynamo (+15000)
Montreal Impact (+20000)
San Jose Earthquakes (+20000)
Nashville SC (+20000)
D.C. United (+30000)
Vancouver Whitecaps (+30000)
FC Cincinnati (+40000)

Zidane reacts to back-to-back stunning losses ahead of El Clasico

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Moods change at Real Madrid in a hurry, and Zinedine Zidane is taking the blame after La Liga’s champions lost a second-straight home game in upset fashion.

And while Wednesday’s Champions League-opening loss to Shakhtar Donetsk is a bit different than losing to promoted Cadiz, both sting and come before a weekend El Clasico.

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Real fell 1-0 on Saturday when it managed just two shots on target despite holding the ball for 75 percent of the game against Cadiz. Zidane’s men went down 3-0 on Wednesday against a Shakhtar team missing 10 men due to injuries and COVID-19 tests and could not come back.

Though the 3-2 loss came within a stoppage-time VAR decision of a point, Zidane knows what doesn’t fly in Madrid. From Marca:

“I am responsible and since the first half was negative, I have not done something right,” he noted. “The first goal changed everything and cost us. But this [Champions League season] has just begun and we are not going to give up.”

Real is a point off of first place in La Liga with a match-in-hand, three points ahead of Barca who’s played one fewer match.

Zidane’s men won the league by five points last season as Barcelona fell apart and its young squad has been expected to turn that into a run of dominance atop La Liga.

But with Barca away next and then a trip to a Borussia Monchengladbach side that drew at Inter Milan on Tuesday, a real slump is just a couple of bounces away.

“We will show up on Saturday at four o’clock in the afternoon and play. For us now, tranquillity.”

Real has won a world-record 13 European Cups including four since 2014 and three in-a-row from 2016 to 2018. But in a tough, tough group, anything is possible.

Champions League wrap: Bayern throttles Atleti, Lukaku saves Inter

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Eight matches.

Twenty-seven goals.

The UEFA Champions League teams that waited til Wednesday to debut their 2020-21 tournaments saved up their attacking style and deployed it at will.

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Liverpool and Manchester City won, Real Madrid was stunned, and Inter Milan avoided a home loss thanks to last-minute heroics from big Romelu Lukaku.

And that’s after Day 1 was pretty solid on Tuesday. Let’s go!

Group A

RB Salzburg 2-2 Lokomotiv Moscow

Jesse Marsch would’ve wanted all three points from this one given the other two clubs in Group A, but Zlatko Junuzovic’s goal and assist were enough to get a point for the Austrian hosts.

Eder had given the Russians an early lead but Salzburg answered before and after halftime, only to see Vitali Lisakovich deliver a late leveler.

Bayern Munich 4-0 Atletico Madrid

Kingsley Coman and Leon Goretzka put Bayern ahead at the break, and Corentin Tolisso scored an amazing goal after the break before Coman struck again to hand Atleti a rare blowout loss.

Atleti thought it had pulled one back via a Joao Felix volley just after halftime but Luis Suarez was deemed offside even though the ball appeared to take a slight turn off Goretzka.

Group B

Real Madrid 2-3 Shakhtar Donetsk

The Ukrainian visitors took the long hike west down 10 players due to positive COVID-19 tests, then promptly took a 3-0 lead over the tournament’s most-celebrated club.

Tete had a goal and an assist as Shakhtar went in front but Real battled back with goals from Luka Modric and Vinicius Junior. The hosts looked to have leveled the score in stoppage time, but Vinicius was offside and VAR took away Fede Valverde’s would-be equalizer.

Inter Milan 2-2 Borussia Monchengladbach

Romelu Lukaku was in the catbird seat for a 48th-minute opener after good pressure from Inter in the visitors’ box, and snuck in close to find a last-minute equalizer in a back-and-forth battle with Borussia Monchengladbach in Italy.

But VAR caught an Arturo Vidal foul on Marcus Thuram in the box and Ramy Bensebaini left no doubt with his low drive from the spot.

Jonas Hoffman scored for the second time in two games after a marker in Bundesliga play this weekend, giving Gladbach a late lead at the San Siro.

Group C

Manchester City 3-1 FC Porto

A first-half error put the hosts down a goal, but Man City quickly rebounded and had it tied at halftime through a Sergio Aguero penalty.

Ilkay Gundogan then scored a terrific free kick before Phil Foden and Ferran Torres worked a 1-2 with the latter applying the finishing touch with a sliding finish into the upper reaches of the goal.

Unfortunately, City also lost a mainstay in Fernandinho; The 35-year-old Brazilian will miss weeks.

Olympiakos 1-0 Marseille

Giorgos Masoras smashed home a near-post rebound after a nice save from Steve Mandanda as the Greeks thought they had opened up a lead in the 53rd minute only to see VAR spot offside.

But it was super sub Ahmed Hassan who would replace Masouras in the 84th minute and deliver the winner off an assist from longtime Marseille star Mathieu Valbuena early in stoppage time.

Group D

Ajax 0-1 Liverpool

Sadio Mane’s mishit cross was wide of the mark but turned into the Ajax goal by Nicolas Tagliafico as Liverpool went to Amsterdam and claimed three points.

It was the first match since Virgil van Dijk’s serious knee injury, and Fabinho had a Man of the Match performance at center back next to Joe Gomez.

The Reds host Sheffield United on Saturday before a UCL visit from Midtjylland on Tuesday.

Midtjylland 0-4 Atalanta

The Serie A visitors love to score, and Duvan Zupata had a goal and assisted this wonder strike from Alejandro “Papu” Gomez as Atalanta built a 3-0 halftime lead.

Serie A schedule 2020-21

Serie A schedule
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Juventus’ bid to win an absurd 10th-straight scudetto begins at home to Sampdoria, and several rivals hope it will end long before the final day finds The Old Lady in Bologna on May 23.

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Serie A’s schedule was released Wednesday, showing the world when some of the oldest and most heated rivalries in football will be staged in the 2020-21 season, which looks plenty congested after a late start of Sept. 20.

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There were signs that the Turin giants were slowing down but neither Inter Milan nor Atalanta could replace Juventus atop the Serie A table last season.

Week 1 

Fiorentina 1-0 Torino
Hellas Verona 0-0* AS Roma (Roma forfeits 3-0 for ineligible player)
Parma 0-2 Napoli
Genoa 4-1 Crotone
Sassuolo 1-1 Cagliari
Juventus 3-0 Sampdoria
AC Milan 2-0 Bologna
Udinese 0-2 Spezia — Sept. 30
Benevento 2-5 Inter Milan — Sept. 30
Lazio 1-4 Atalanta — Sept. 30

Week 2

Torino 2-4 Atalanta
Cagliari 0-2 Lazio
Sampdoria 2-3 Benevento
Inter Milan 4-3 Fiorentina
Spezia 1-4 Sassuolo
Verona 1-0 Udinese
Napoli 6-0 Genoa
Crotone 0-2 AC Milan
AS Roma 2-2 Juventus
Bologna 4-1 Parma

Week 3 

Fiorentina 1-2 Sampdoria
Sassuolo 4-1 Crotone
Genoa v Torino — Nov. 4
Udinese 0-1 AS Roma
Atalanta 5-2 Cagliari
Parma 1-0 Verona
Benevento 1-0 Bologna
Lazio 1-1 Inter Milan
AC Milan 3-0 Spezia
Juventus 3-0 Napoli — forfeit

Week 4 – Oct. 18

Napoli 4-1 Atalanta
Sampdoria 3-0 Lazio
Inter Milan 1-2 AC Milan
Crotone 1-1 Juventus
Bologna 3-4 Sassuolo
Spezia 2-2 Fiorentina
Torino 2-3 Cagliari
Udinese 3-2 Parma
AS Roma 5-2 Benevento
Verona 0-0 Genoa

Serie A schedule
The first Milan derby is early in the season (Photo by Alessandro Sabattini/Getty Images)

Week 5 – Oct. 25

Sassuolo v Torino — 2:45 pm ET Friday
Atalanta v Sampdoria — 9 am ET Saturday
Genoa v Inter Milan — Noon ET Saturday
Lazio v Bologna — 2:45 pm ET Saturday
Cagliari v Crotone — 7:30 am ET Sunday
Parma v Spezia — 10 am ET Sunday
Benevento v Napoli — 10 am ET Sunday
Fiorentina v Udinese — 1 pm ET Sunday
Juventus v Verona — 3:45 pm ET Sunday
AC Milan v AS Roma — 3:45 pm ET Monday

Week 6 – Nov. 1

Bologna v Cagliari
Crotone v Atalanta
Inter Milan v Parma
Napoli v Sassuolo
AS Roma v Fiorentina
Sampdoria v Genoa
Spezia v Juventus
Torino v Lazio
Udinese v AC Milan
Verona v Benevento

Week 7  – Nov. 8

Atalanta v Inter Milan
Benevento v Spezia
Bologna v Napoli
Cagliari v Sampdoria
Genoa v AS Roma
Lazio v Juventus
AC Milan v Verona
Parma v Fiorentina
Sassuolo v Udinese
Torino v Crotone

 Week 8  – Nov. 22

Crotone v Lazio
Fiorentina v Benevento
Inter Milan v Torino
Juventus v Cagliari
Napoli v AC Milan
AS Roma v Parma
Sampdoria v Bologna
Spezia v Atalanta
Udinese v Genoa
Verona v Sassuolo

Week 9  – Nov. 29

Atalanta v Verona
Benevento v Juventus
Bologna v Crotone
Cagliari v Spezia
Genoa v Parma
Lazio v Udinese
AC Milan v Fiorentina
Napoli v AS Roma
Sassuolo v Inter Milan
Torino v Sampdoria 

Week 10 – Dec. 6

Crotone v Napoli
Fiorentina v Genoa
Inter Milan v Bologna
Juventus v Torino
Parma v Benevento
Roma v Sassuolo
Sampdoria v AC Milan
Spezia v Lazio
Udinese v Atalanta
Verona v Cagliari

Serie A schedule
Turin rivals Juventus and Torino meet in Week 10 (Photo by MARCO BERTORELLO/AFP via Getty Images)

Week 11 – Dec. 13

Atalanta v Fiorentina
Bologna v AS Roma
Cagliari v Inter Milan
Crotone v Spezia
Genoa v Juventus
Lazio v Verona
AC Milan v Parma
Napoli v Sampdoria
Sassuolo v Benevento
Torino v Udinese

Week 12 – Dec. 16

Benevento v Lazio
Fiorentina v Sassuolo
Genoa v AC Milan
Inter Milan v Napoli
Juventus v Atalanta
Parma v Cagliari
AS Roma v Torino
Spezia v Bologna
Udinese v Crotone
Verona v Sampdoria

Week 13 – Dec. 20

Atalanta v AS Roma
Benevento v Genoa
Cagliari v Udinese
Fiorentina v Verona
Inter Milan v Spezia
Lazio v Napoli
Parma v Juventus
Sampdoria v Crotone
Sassuolo v AC Milan
Torino v Bologna

Week 14 – Dec. 23

Bologna v Atalanta
Crotone v Parma
Juventus v Fiorentina
AC Milan v Lazio
Napoli v Torino
AS Roma v Cagliari
Sampdoria v Sassuolo
Spezia v Genoa
Udinese v Benevento
Verona v Inter Milan

Week 15 – Jan. 3

Atalanta v Sassuolo
Benevento v AC Milan
Cagliari v Napoli
Fiorentina v Bologna
Genoa v Lazio
Inter Milan v Crotone
Juventus v Udinese
Parma v Torino
AS Roma v Sampdoria
Spezia v Verona

Week 16 – Jan. 6

Atalanta v Parma
Bologna v Udinese
Cagliari v Benevento
Crotone v AS Roma
Lazio v Fiorentina
AC Milan v Juventus
Napoli v Spezia
Sampdoria v Inter Milan
Sassuolo v Genoa
Torino v Verona

Week 17 – Jan. 10

Benevento v Atalanta
Fiorentina v Cagliari
Genoa v Bologna
Juventus v Sassuolo
AC Milan v Torino
Parma v Lazio
AS Roma v Inter Milan
Spezia v Sampdoria
Udinese v Napoli
Verona v Crotone

Week 18 – Jan. 17

Atalanta v Genoa
Bologna v Verona
Cagliari v AC Milan
Crotone v Benevento
Inter Milan v Juventus
Lazio v AS Roma
Napoli v Fiorentina
Sampdoria v Udinese
Sassuolo v Parma
Torino v Spezia

Serie A schedule
AS Roma and Lazio in the Derby della Capitale (Photo by MB Media/Getty Images).

Week 19 – Jan. 24

Benevento v Torino
Fiorentina v Crotone
Genoa v Cagliari
Juventus v Bologna
Lazio v Sassuolo
AC Milan v Atalanta
Parma v Sampdoria
AS Roma v Spezia
Udinese v Inter Milan
Verona v Napoli

Week 20 – Jan. 31

Atalanta v Lazio
Bologna v AC Milan
Cagliari v Sassuolo
Crotone v Genoa
Inter Milan v Benevento
Napoli v Parma
AS Roma v Verona
Sampdoria v Juventus
Spezia v Udinese
Torino v Fiorentina

Week 21 – Feb. 7

Atalanta v Torino
Benevento v Sampdoria
Fiorentina v Inter Milan
Genoa v Napoli
Juventus v AS Roma
Lazio v Cagliari
AC Milan v Crotone
Parma v Bologna
Sassuolo v Spezia
Udinese v Verona

Week 22 – Feb. 14

Bologna v Benevento
Cagliari v Atalanta
Crotone v Sassuolo
Inter Milan v Lazio
Napoli v Juventus
AS Roma v Udinese
Sampdoria v Fiorentina
Spezia v AC Milan
Torino v Genoa
Verona v Parma

Serie A schedule
The growing Napoli-Juve rivalry hits Naples on Valentine’s Day. How romantic. (Photo by Gabriele Maltinti/Getty Images )

Week 23 – Feb. 21

Atalanta v Napoli
Benevento v AS Roma
Cagliari v Torino
Fiorentina v Spezia
Genoa v Verona
Juventus v Crotone
Lazio v Sampdoria
AC Milan v Inter Milan
Parma v Udinese
Sassuolo v Bologna

Week 24 – Feb. 28

Bologna v Lazio
Crotone v Cagliari
Inter Milan v Genoa
Napoli v Benevento
AS Roma v AC Milan
Sampdoria v Atalanta
Spezia v Parma
Torino v Sassuolo
Udinese v Fiorentina
Verona v Juventus

Week 25 – March 3

Atalanta v Crotone
Benevento v Verona
Cagliari v Bologna
Fiorentina v AS Roma
Genoa v Sampdoria
Juventus v Spezia
Lazio v Torino
AC Milan v Udinese
Parma v Inter Milan
Sassuolo v Napoli

Week 26 – March 7

Crotone v Torino
Fiorentina v Parma
Inter Milan v Atalanta
Juventus v Lazio
Napoli v Bologna
AS Roma v Genoa
Sampdoria v Cagliari
Spezia v Benevento
Udinese v Sassuolo
Verona v AC Milan

Week 27 – March 14

Atalanta v Spezia
Bologna v Sampdoria
Benevento v Fiorentina
Cagliari v Juventus
Genoa v Udinese
Lazio v Crotone
AC Milan v Napoli
Parma v AS Roma
Sassuolo v Verona
Torino v Inter Milan

Week 28 – March 21

Crotone v Bologna
Fiorentina v AC Milan
Inter Milan v Sassuolo
Juventus v Benevento
Parma v Genoa
AS Roma v Napoli
Sampdoria v Torino
Spezia v Cagliari
Udinese v Lazio
Verona v Atalanta

Week 29 – April 4

Atalanta v Udinese
Benevento v Parma
Bologna v Inter Milan
Cagliari v Verona
Genoa v Fiorentina
Lazio v Spezia
AC Milan v Sampdoria
Napoli v Crotone
Sassuolo v AS Roma
Torino v Juventus

Week 30 – April 11

Benevento v Sassuolo
Fiorentina v Atalanta
Inter Milan v Cagliari
Juventus v Genoa
Parma v AC Milan
AS Roma v Bologna
Sampdoria v Napoli
Spezia v Crotone
Udinese v Torino
Verona v Lazio

Week 31 – April 18

Atalanta v Juventus
Bologna v Spezia
Cagliari v Parma
Crotone v Udinese
Lazio v Benevento
AC Milan v Genoa
Napoli v Inter Milan
Sampdoria v Verona
Sassuolo v Fiorentina
Torino v AS Roma

Week 32 – April 21

Bologna v Torino
Crotone v Sampdoria
Genoa v Benevento
Juventus v Parma
AC Milan v Sassuolo
Napoli v Lazio
AS Roma v Atalanta
Spezia v Inter Milan
Udinese v Cagliari
Verona v Fiorentina

Week 33 – April 25

Atalanta v Bologna
Benevento v Udinese
Cagliari v AS Roma
Fiorentina v Juventus
Genoa v Spezia
Inter Milan v Verona
Lazio v AC Milan
Parma v Crotone
Sassuolo v Sampdoria
Torino v Napoli

Week 34 – May 2

Bologna v Fiorentina
Crotone v Inter Milan
Lazio v Genoa
AC Milan v Benevento
Napoli v Cagliari
Sampdoria v AS Roma
Sassuolo v Atalanta
Torino v Parma
Udinese v Juventus
Verona v Spezia

Week 35 – May 9

Benevento v Cagliari
Fiorentina v Lazio
Genoa v Sassuolo
Inter Milan v Sampdoria
Juventus v AC Milan
Parma v Atalanta
AS Roma v Crotone
Spezia v Napoli
Udinese v Bologna
Verona v Torino

Week 36 – May 12

Atalanta v Benevento
Bologna v Genoa
Cagliari v Fiorentina
Crotone v Verona
Inter Milan v AS Roma
Lazio v Parma
Napoli v Udinese
Sampdoria v Spezia
Sassuolo v Juventus
Torino v AC Milan

Week 37 – May 16

Benevento v Crotone
Fiorentina v Napoli
Genoa v Atalanta
Juventus v Inter Milan
AC Milan v Cagliari
Parma v Sassuolo
AS Roma v Lazio
Spezia v Torino
Udinese v Sampdoria
Verona v Bologna

Week 38 – May 23

Atalanta v AC Milan
Bologna v Juventus
Cagliari v Genoa
Crotone v Fiorentina
Inter Milan v Udinese
Napoli v Verona
Sampdoria v Parma
Sassuolo v Lazio
Spezia v AS Roma
Torino v Benevento

Serie A schedule
Could European qualification be on the line when AC Milan visits Atalanta on the final day? (Photo by BSR Agency/Getty Images)

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Champions League: How to watch, odds, start time, predictions

Champions League odds
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The UEFA Champions League group stage action will take center stage for the 2020-21 season and I’m going to reveal my predictions for the upcoming games as well as the latest odds for Europe’s top continental tournament.

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With Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea representing the Premier League in the UEFA Champions League, they are among the favorites to win it all but reigning champions Bayern Munich, Juventus, Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid are all favored heavily with the bookies to be crowned champions of Europe.

In the next few weeks and months the Champions League will take place in midweek as countries in Europe which are allowing fans in stadiums will now be able to do so during UEFA competitions.

That means that we can expect to see incredible scenes of celebration among the small numbers of fans who are allowed in to stadiums across many European countries.

Below is a look at my predictions, the odds for the games in Week 1, plus outright winners, and how to watch and follow all of the fixtures in the USA.

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How to watch, stream Champions League

Dates: October 20 – December 9 (Group stage)
Location: Home stadiums across Europe
How to watch: CBS Sports
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Champions League schedule

Group A – October 21

RB Salzburg v. Lokomotiv Moscow
Bayern Munich v. Atletico Madrid

Group B – October 21

Real Madrid v. Shakhtar Donetsk
Inter Milan v. Borussia Monchengladbach

Group C – October 21

Manchester City v. FC Porto
Olympiakos v. Marseille

Group D – October 21

Ajax v. Liverpool
Midtjylland v. Atalanta

Group E – October 20

Chelsea v. Sevilla
Rennes v. Krasnodar

Group F – October 20

Zenit v. Club Brugge
Lazio v. Borussia Dortmund

Group G – October 20

Dynamo Kiev v. Juventus
Barcelona v. Ferencvaros

Group H – October 20

Paris Saint-Germain v. Manchester United
RB Leipzig v. Istanbul Basaksehir

JPW’s Champions League predictions

Group A – October 21

RB Salzburg 3-1 Lokomotiv Moscow
Bayern Munich 2-1 Atletico Madrid

Group B – October 21

Real Madrid 3-0 Shakhtar Donetsk
Inter Milan 2-1 Borussia Monchengladbach

Group C – October 21

Manchester City 2-0 FC Porto
Olympiakos 1-1 Marseille

Group D – October 21

Ajax 1-3 Liverpool
Midtjylland 2-4 Atalanta

Group E – October 20

Chelsea 1-2 Sevilla
Rennes 2-0 Krasnodar

Group F – October 20

Zenit 2-0 Club Brugge
Lazio 2-3 Borussia Dortmund

Group G – October 20

Dynamo Kiev 1-2 Juventus
Barcelona 4-0 Ferencvaros

Group H – October 20

Paris Saint-Germain 3-1 Manchester United
RB Leipzig 2-1 Istanbul Basaksehir

Champions League betting odds – Provided by our partner PointsBet

Group stage, Week 1 (October 20-21)

Group A – October 21

(-175) RB Salzburg v. Lokomotiv Moscow (+450). Tie: +325
(-185) Bayern Munich v. Atletico Madrid (+480). Tie: +325

Group B – October 21

(-425) Real Madrid v. Shakhtar Donetsk (+1100). Tie: +525
(-150) Inter Milan v. Borussia Monchengladbach (+420). Tie: 280

Group C – October 21

(-375) Manchester City v. FC Porto (+900). Tie: +500
(+140) Olympiakos v. Marseille (+205). Tie: +220

Group D – October 21

(+425) Ajax v. Liverpool (-165). Tie: +320
(+480) Midtjylland v. Atalanta (-195). Tie: +360

Group E – October 20

(+100) Chelsea v. Sevilla (+270). Tie: +250
(-125) Rennes v. Krasnodar (+340). Tie: +270

Group F – October 20

(-125) Zenit v. Club Brugge (+360). Tie: +260
(+200) Lazio v. Borussia Dortmund (+125). Tie: +260

Group G – October 20

(+380) Dynamo Kiev v. Juventus (-125). Tie: +240
(-1500) Barcelona v. Ferencvaros (+3000). Tie: +1100

Group H – October 20

(-185) Paris Saint-Germain v. Manchester United (+460). Tie: +340
(-300) RB Leipzig v. Istanbul Basaksehir (+725). Tie: +440

Outright winner
Bayern Munich (+400)
Manchester City (+400)
Liverpool (+550)
Paris Saint-Germain (+1000)
Real Madrid (+1200)
Juventus (+1400)
Barcelona (+1400)
Chelsea (+2000)
Atletico Madrid (+2000)
Manchester United (+2500)
Borussia Dortmund (+2500)
Inter Milan (+2500)