Another Fine Messi

8th Mar 2012 | Football

Barcelona to win the Champions League 11/10 with Boylesports Place Bet

A Lionel Messi inspired Barcelona thrashed Bayer Leverkusen to reach the quarter-finals of the Champions League in style. The Catalan giants have been cut to 11/10 (Boylesports) from 13/10 after their imperious display.

Real Madrid may hold a 10-point lead in La Liga but they are 5/2 (Boylesports) second favourites in Europe. After the Spanish giants, Bayern Munich are 9/1 (Boylesports), but it looks like a two-horse race according to the bookmakers.

Barcelona to win the Champions League 11/10 with Boylesports Place Bet

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