November 2020 - Latest Sports Betting News
November sees more action from the Champions League, Premier League and from all the big European leagues as the season continues apace despite the many restrictions still in place on fans attending matches.
There is also another international break for 2 weeks in November with some more UEFA Nations League matches and some important play-offs for Scotland and Northern Ireland in the Euro 2021 Play-offs.
UEFA Champions League
The Champions League continues in November with matchday's 3 and 4 taking place. The English clubs have started well and look like strong contenders. The odds for the outright winner are as follows:
Champions League Winner Odds
Bayern Munich 3/1 (Paddy Power)
Man City 5/1 (888Sport)
Liverpool 7/1 (Bet365)
Paris SG 12/1 (William Hill)
Barcelona 14/1 (Bet365)
Juventus 16/1 (Betfred)
Man Utd 20/1 (Bet365)
Real Madrid 20/1 (Betfred)
Chelsea 22/1 (888Sport)
Atletico Madrid 25/1 (Bet365)
Atalanta 30/1 (Paddy Power)
Inter Milan 33/1 (Bet365)
Sevilla 40/1 (Betfred)
Borussia Dortmund 50/1 (888Sport)
(Please not all odds are correct at time of article publishing: 01/11/20)
Last year's winners Bayern are the favourites at 3/1, which looks fair as they are again looking very strong this season and should go very far in the competition. They are currently probably the most consistent team in Europe and have strengthened their squad well over the summer with the arrival of Leroy Sane from Man City.
Man Utd have had a great start to their Champions League campaign this season, with good wins over PSG and RB Leipzig, United currently look a decent value outside bet at 20/1.
Last season's Europa League finalists Sevilla and Inter Milan could go well at 40/1 and 33/1 , with Sevilla in particular looking decent value.
The international break sees UEFA Nations League action as well as the Euro 2021 Play-Off Finals. Northern Ireland and Scotland both have massive games to see if they can qualify for the summer Euro 2021 Tournament, which would be a huge achievement for both nations.
England take on Belgium and Iceland in their UEFA Nations League group with some other interesting looking ties taking place, in particular Spain vs Germany looks a tasty game.