BetOnline Offering Up Nice Props Menu For UEFA Champions League Final on Saturday

Kevin Stott

Thursday, June 1, 2017 8:35 PM UTC

Thursday, Jun. 1, 2017 8:35 PM UTC

The cherry on top of the International Soccer season sundae, the UEFA Champions League Final, will kick off on Saturday. BetOnline has a number of interesting Props offerings posted which may help us attack this match—sure to be close—from different angles. 

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Six-time Scudetto champions Juventus meet Champions League holders Real Madrid in the 2017 UEFA Champions League Final at Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, Wales where Rain may play a small part this Saturday. Always the biggest match on the yearly Soccer calendar, this year’s final two features a classic Offensive-Defensive clash between European powerhouses from Italy’s Serie A and Spain’s La Liga as Los Blancos hope to become the Champion League’s first repeat champions and hopefully provide La Liga with its fourth straight UCL title and sixth in the L9 years. And with Cristiano Ronaldo intent on tying—and maybe surpassing—Lionel Messi in the UCL goals race this season, repeating as UEFA Champions League Final winners after leading Madrid to La Liga title and then making a run later this month in Russia with his native Portugal to try to win the 2017 Confederations Cup.

Offshore sportsbooks currently have Real Madrid +150 favorites here with Juventus +175 and a Draw at +215 on the three-way line (Bovada) with Madrid PK -125 and Juve PK -105 (Bovada) on the Pick line. Depending on sportsbook, the Total is either 2 Over -140 (BetDSI) or 2½ Under -149 (5Dimes). The Referee for the match will be Felix Brych of Germany. Here is the entire Props menu and current odds for Saturday’s big match from the Welsh capital from BetOnline:

Both Teams To Score—(June 1, BetOnline)
Yes -110, No -110


Clean Sheet
Real Madrid +180, Juventus +220


Correct Score
Real Madrid 1-0 +650

Real Madrid 2-0 +1200

Real Madrid 2-1 +900

Real Madrid 3-0 +2800

Real Madrid 3-1 +2200

Real Madrid +3300

Draw 0-0 +750

Draw 1-1 +500

Draw 2-2 +1400

Draw 3-3 +5000

Juventus 1-0 +700

Juventus 2-0 +1200

Juventus 2-1 +1000

Juventus 3-0 +3300

Juventus 3-1 +2500

Juventus 3-2 +3300


Draw No Bet
Real Madrid -125, Juventus +105


Half Time/Full Time
Real Madrid/Real Madrid +300

Real Madrid/Draw +1400

Real Madrid/Juventus +3300

Draw/Real Madrid +500

Draw/Draw +350

Draw/Juventus +550

Juventus/Real Madrid +2800

Juventus/Draw +1400

Juventus/Juventus +350


Method of Victory
Real Madrid in Full Time +160

Juventus in Full Time +190

Real Madrid in Extra Time +1100

Juventus in Extra Time +1200

Real Madrid in Penalties +1200

Juventus in Penalties +1200


Most Corners
Real Madrid -150, Juventus +180, Draw +600


Most Yellow Cards
Real Madrid +150, Juventus +120, Draw +300


Penalty in Match?
Yes +300, No -400


Result After 15 Minutes
Real Madrid +650, Juventus +750, Draw -450


Result After 30 Minutes
Real Madrid +320, Juventus +350, Draw -175


Result After 60 Minutes
Real Madrid +200, Juventus +225, Draw +125


Result After 75 Minutes
Real Madrid +175, Juventus +200, Draw +150


Team To Score First
Real Madrid -110, Juventus +120, No Goals Scored +800


Team To Score Last
Real Madrid -110, Juventus +120, No Goals Scored +800


Time Of First Goal

Start to 10th Minute +350

11th to 20th Minute +450

21st to 30th Minute +550

31st to 40th Minute +650

41st to 50th Minute +700

51st to 60th Minute +1000

61st to 70th Minute +1400

71st to 80th Minute +1800

81st to Full Time +2000

No Goals Scored +800


To Win Both Halves
Real Madrid +800, Juventus +900


To Win To Nil
Real Madrid +300, Juventus +350


Total Corners
Over 10½ +115, Under 10½ -135


Total Yellow Cards
Over 4½ -150, Under 4½ -130


Conclusions, Best Props Markets Betting Approaches to Saturday’s UCL Final in Cardiff

In the UCL this season, Real Madrid are 8-3-1 (32 GF-17 GA) in 12 matches which have averaged 4.08 gpg with none of Los Blancos games in the tournament having less than 3 goals. With Real Madrid  having visions of becoming the first club to repeat as champions and with Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema, Gareth Bale, Álvaro Morata, Toni Kroos and Isco, Manager Zinedine Zidane has a slightly stronger attack than in last year’s Final although with world class GK Gianluigi Buffon, Juventus has the best lockdown Defense in Europe and has allowed only 3 goals—two from set pieces—heading in here on Saturday in Cardiff. So will the club which has scored 23 goals in this UCL continue to score or will the six-time defending Serie A champions who have only allowed 3 goals—and shut out Lionel Messi and score-happy Barcelona through two Legs—become the new champions?

One big and probably little talked about factor here will be the play of presumed Madrid starting GK Keylor Navas, a 30-year-old Costa Rican who some are saying will be fighting for his Roster spot in this match with rumors of the Madridistas courting Manchester United GK David De Gea. Expect Navas to shine here although Juventus (20 GF-3 GA in UCL) should be able to find the back of the net at least once through either Gonzalo Higuaín or Mario Mandžukic  and The Old Lady will look to hit the aggressive Madrid on the counter-attack is and when the opportunity arises.

Looking at the L10 scores after 90 minutes in this UCL Final, we see this match has alternated Unders and Overs the L7 times with exactly 2 goals having been scored 6 of the L9 Finals, with 4 goals being the highest number scored in Regulation and added Injury Time over the last 11 years. So this match could evolve slowly and tight and it isn’t out of the question this showdown could end 0-0 after Regulation  with living legend Buffon and proving-them-wrong Navas in goals for their respective clubs. If you think this is a tough match on which to bet, you’re spot on.


Real Madrid 2 Juventus 1


Both Teams To Score “Yes” -110
Real Madrid Draw No Bet -125
Real Madrid Full Time -160
Under 10½ Corners -135
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