It will be an all-English Champions League 2020/21 final that will be played on Saturday 29 May at 9 pm at the Dragão stadium in Oporto, Portugal, between Manchester City and Chelsea. Millions of fans around the world are anxiously awaiting the appointment between the two Premier League clubs, as well as the many betting enthusiasts who can't wait to bet their team on the best sites betting.
Increased odds Champions League Final 2020/21
Before continuing with the presentation of the match, let's take a look at the top 3 bookmakers chosen by trendsnow that offer special bonuses and enhanced odds on the Champions League final:
|Champions League Final Increased Odds|
|Man City To Win 1st Half/Man City To Win 2nd Half||at 8.00 (instead of 6.00) @ William Hill|
|Man City Wins and Both Teams Score||at 6.00 (instead of 3.30) @ Bodog|
|Aguero First Goalscorer||at 6.50 @ Codere|
Preview Manchester City-Chelsea
For Chelsea, it will be the third final in the history of the London Blues (who have already won the cup in 2012) while City are making their debut in the Champions final.
Pep Guardiola's men, newly crowned champions of England, have won all of their last 7 outings in this competition; on the other hand, Chelsea has suffered only one defeat in Europe this season (against Porto) and has never conceded more than one goal per game.
As mentioned, City has pulled away from everyone else in the league. There was a gap of 19 points between the two teams in the Premier League. Despite the wide gap in the standings, Chelsea won the last two head-to-head matches, 1-2 away in early May and by the narrowest margin in the FA Cup semi-final at Wembley in mid-April.
Four out of the last five matches have instead recorded both over and Goals / Goals.
Probable Formations of Manchester City – Chelsea
The two teams should be able to play with their best eleven. Some doubts about the injured Mendy and Kanté for the Blues. Battles between Pulisic and Ziyech, and James and Christensen in Chelsea. An open challenge between Zinchenko, Cancelo, and Mendy for City.
Manchester City (4-3-3): Ederson; Walker, Stones, Ruben Dias, Zinchenko; Bernardo Silva, Rodri, Gundogan; Mahrez, De Bruyne, Foden. All. Guardiola
Chelsea (3-4-2-1): Mendy; Azpilicueta, Thiago Silva, Rudiger; James, Jorginho, Kante, Chillwell; Ziyech, Mount; Werner. All. Tuchel
Champions League Final 2020/21, where to see it on TV
The Champions League final between Manchester City and Chelsea will be broadcast both on free-to-air television by Mediaset on Canale 5 and on Sky, on Sky Sport Uno channels (201 on satellite, 472 and 482 on digital terrestrial) and Sky Sport Football (203 on satellite). It will be possible to follow the match via live streaming on the Mediaset Infinity, Sky Go and NOW apps for subscribers.