Wednesday Champions League New Customer Offers – 25/1 on Man City to qualify, and 28/1 on a goal in Spurs V Juve

PSG crashed out of the Champions League at the hands of Real Madrid last night, and Liverpool also cruised into the last 8, with a 5-0 aggregate win over Porto.

Tonight we see two more English clubs hoping to join Liverpool in the last 8, with Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur, both in action.

Man City are already as good as through after demolishing Basel 4-0 in Switzerland, making this Betfair offer look absolutely outstanding.

New customers opening an account here can get a huge 25/1 on Man City to qualify for next round of Champions League. As already eluded too, City are already through, so this offer is almost too good to be true. T+C’s are below

New Customers can get Man City at an enhanced 25/1 to qualify to the next round on the UCL. Max Stake £1. Winnings paid in free bets, valid for 7 days, only deposits with cards/Paypal count. Exchange and multiple bets excluded. T&C’s Apply. 18+|Gamble Aware.

Man City New Customers Offer
25/1 on Man City to qualify

The second offer today is available on the match involving Spurs and Juventus at Wembley. New Coral customers opening an account here can get a massive 28/1 on a Goal To Be Scored in Tottenham V Juventus match.

With the match at 2-2 after the 1st leg, Juventus simply have to score tonight, or they are out, making a stalemate look less likely. T+C’s follow….

1£ bet only. minimum £5 deposit | plus £5 free bet should your bet lose.
Winnings paid in free bets. Available for a limited time. 18+ t&cs apply.
UK+IRE New Customers Only. Winning bets paid in cash based on the normal price on our website. Enhanced odds paid in free bets. Free bets valid for 4 days.
Losing £5 free bet excludes Coral Connect.

Coral New Customers
28/1 on a goal to be scored in Spurs V Juve

In outright winner Champions League Betting, Manchester City are still favourites at 16/5 with 10Bet to win the trophy outright, Real Madrid are now into 4/1 second favourites after knocking out early season favourites, PSG, in Paris last night.

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