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November 2019 - Latest Sports Betting News

November is upon us and sees a ton of sporting action for betting punters to take an interest in, such as Champions League, Rugby World Cup, Premier League and some more Euro 2020 qualifiers.

Champions League 2019/20
The Champions League got under way last month and continues in November with Matchdays 4 and 5.  The English teams are all doing ok in their groups, even Tottenham after a shaky start and all the English sides will hope to qualify for the next stage.

The groups for the English sides are as follows:
Group B - Bayern Munich, Red Star Belgrade, Olympiakos, Tottenham
Group C - Man City, Shakhtar, Dinamo Zagreb, Atalanta
Group E - Liverpool, Napoli, Red Bull Salzburg, Genk
Group H - Chelsea, Valencia, Ajax, Lille

The outright odds for this year's Champions League are as follows:

Man City 3/1 (Coral)
Barcelona 6/1 (Bet365)
Liverpool 7/1 (Unibet)
PSG 15/2 (Betfred)
Bayern Munich 9/1 (Unibet)
Juventus 12/1 (Bet365)
Atletico Madrid 20/1 (Betfred)
Real Madrid 20/1 (Unibet)
Chelsea  33/1 (Betfred)
Napoli 40/1 (Bet365)
Tottenham 40/1 (Unibet)
Ajax 50/1 (Bet365)
Borussia Dortmund 60/1 (Unibet)
RB Leipzig 60/1 (Unibet)
Please note all odds are correct at time of article publishing.

Man City are still the outright favourites at 3/1 with Barca drifting slightly as second favourites at 6/1 and last season's champions Liverpool still available at a fairly juicy 7/1, which we still like the look of. With how well Liverpool have started their Premier League campaign, we believe this is still a big price and Liverpool usually turn it on in the later stages.  Last season's Semi Finalists Ajax have come in from a huge starting price of 80/1 and are now available at a more reasonable 50/1, but with the loss of some key players we feel they probably won't emulate last season's achievements.

PSG look quite interesting at 15/2 this year, they have invested further during the summer and would appear to have a squad good enough to mount a challenge, but they have flattered to deceive for a few years now.  They have been very impressive so far in the opening three matches this year and should go far.

Europa League 2019/20 Season
The Europa League is also well under way as November sees Matchdays 4 and 5 of the group stage.  Man United have been picking up points without really lighting up the competition, Arcenal have been scoring plenty and winning well but do look defensively vulnerable.  Wolves have been ticking along nicely and the Scottish teams have also started well.

The outright odds for the competition after matchday 3 are as follows:

Arsenal 11/2 (Coral)
Man Utd 6/1 (Bet365)
Sevilla 9/1 (Ladbrokes)
Roma 20/1 (Bet365)
Wolves 20/1 (Coral)
Lazio 33/1 (Bet365)
Porto 33/1 (Betfred)
Wolfsburg 40/1 (Bet365)
PSV 40/1 (Sportingbet)
Celtic 66/1 (Bet365)
Rangers 150/1 (Bet365)
Please note all odds are correct at time of article publishing.

Arsenal have moved into slight favouritism at 11/2 just ahead of Man Utd, showing the dominance of English football at the moment in the top European competitions.  However, United have had a mediocre start to the season and so we wouldn't recommend any bets at this stage.  Arsenal have the sort of attacking style that could see them go far again in the competition.

Porto have come down from their previous price of 50/1 after we recommended an outright bet on them last month, they are now available at 33/1 which still represents some value, but it's always worth remembering that 3rd placed Champions League sides enter this competition in the later stages, so there may well be some big entries at that stage.

International Break - Euro 2020 Qualifiers
November sees another stop in the club action, as there is an international break for some more Euro 2020 qualifiers.  Many of these games are fairly predictable, but certainly lack the excitement of the Premier League and Champions League action.  However they do present some betting opportunities for savvy punters and there are sometimes shocks, such as Czech Republic beating England last month.

England play two qualifiers, home against Montenegro and away against Kosovo, as they seek to cement their place at the top of the group and seal qualification for Euro 2020.