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Who will raise the trophy at this weekend's Champions League Final?

by , 30 May 2019
Who will raise the trophy at this weekend's Champions League Final?
This weekend we will see Tottenham & Liverpool meet in an all English Champions League Final.

After two of the most dramatic European comebacks of all time, Liverpool will look to lift the trophy after knocking out Barcelona in one of the greatest comeback stories in the leagues history.

Tottenham also had a great two-legged victory over Ajax, who are rising stars as a young team. Tottenham's very own Lucas Moura grabbed a second-half hat-trick to send the London club to the finals.

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What do the odds say?
Looking at the odds, Liverpool are favoured to win in ordinary time at odds of 0.95 giving them an implied probability of 51.3%.
Tottenham on the other hand are on offer at odds of 3.1 with an implied probability of 24.4%.
The draw is offered at 2.5 with an implied probability of 28.6%.
Team news and Predicted Line-ups
Tottenham predicted line-up: (4-2-3-1)
Son, Lucas, Alli, Eriksen, Lloris, Trippier, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Rose, Wanyama, Sissoko.
Tottenham injuries:
Tottenham could be without three of its key players due to injury. Jan Vertonghen and Harry Kane both suffering from ankle injuries while Harry Winks will be out due to a groin injury.
Liverpool predicted line-up: (4-3-3)
Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Matip, Van Dijik, Robertson, Fabinho, Henderson, Milner, Salah, Mane, Firmino.
Liverpool injuries:
The only key player not expected to play will be Naby Keita
Head-to-Head history
In the domestic meetings, Liverpool have won 82 games while Tottenham only 48, while the teams share 42 draws.
Liverpool have won both league games this season, both by just one goal.
Liverpool have a superior record against Tottenham in recent seasons, while Tottenham have only beaten Liverpool once in their last 14 meetings.

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Where does the value lie in Tottenham vs Liverpool?
With Tottenham only winning 1 out of their last 14 meetings, the reds look like the superior team, whilst they will also look for redemption from last year’s heartbreak against Real Madrid.
What Liverpool did against Barcelona to get to the final gives them the perfect chance to do it against Tottenham, and at odds of 0.95 to lift the trophy, this bet potentially offers value.
With the attacking ability from both teams and the vulnerability from Tottenham’s defensive line, this Champions League Final has potential to be a high scoring affair. Over 2.5 goals is on offer at 0.8, which could prove valuable to the right bettor.
With some sports bettors looking at alternative markets, both teams to score looks like a diamond in the rough. The last time a final didn’t see both teams scoring was back in 2010. Eight straight finals have seen both teams scoring, and the same has happened in seven of the reds nine matches against Tottenham while Jurgen Klopp sat at the helm. Both teams to score are on offer at 0.7.
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