Real Madrid’s 3-0 home victory in the first leg has effectively killed off the Champions League quarter final tie against Galatasaray nand indeed even though it’s not unheard of for such a deficit to be overturned, bwin’s 1/100 is the best price available for Jose Mourinho’s charges to qualify for the last four.
Los Merengues are also fancied to pick up another victory in the second leg at the Turk Telekom Arena, where bet365 post 3/4 against an away victory and Skybet offer 4/1 about the hosts registering a success.
With the job almost done, it’s hard to know how Madrid will approach the game and that. combined with Galatasaray’s undoubted quality, makes this a tough game to call.
Form is with the Spanish outfit but as Fatih Terim’s men simply have to push forward, it could be better to examine goal-related markets in Istanbul.
Coral for example, quote 4/6 for both teams to net, BetVictor price the clash at an identical 4/6 to produce three or more goals and it’s 5/6 with Stan James for Cristiano Ronaldo to contribute to the total at any time. Alternatively, the Madrid talisman is 13/4 (bwin) to break the deadlock, just as he did in the first leg.
In the evening’s other encounter, Borussia Dortmund are just 4/11 via Betfred to qualify as they host Malaga. The pair played out a goalless draw in Spain but the Bundesliga outfit had the better of that game and back on their own patch, they should be too strong for their La Liga opponents.
Coral rate Dortmund at 4/9 to win the match, it’s 13/10 (Paddy Power) for them to prevail ‘to nil’ and Totesport chalk Mario Gotze up at 6/1 to notch first after he missed the best of his side’s chances in the first meeting.
Double on Cristiano Ronaldo and Mario Gotze to score at any time – 10/3 (Stan James)