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Who Is The 2022 Champions League Trophy Hunt

While although the group stage of this season’s Champions League will not conclude for another month.


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While although the group stage of this season’s Champions League will not conclude for another month, there is a feeling that the cream of the continent is already rising to the top and because of this, the haves are starting to look far more dominant than the have nots.

Which means even though this season is yet to reach the halfway stage, we can at least gauge an idea of who will make it through to the knockout phase of the competition and in doing so, put them one stop closer on the road to victory.

A road that in 2022 will end in Saint Petersburg and with the Russian city playing host to European club football, the question is just which of the 32 clubs that competed in the autumn group stage, will make it through to next year’s final.

Of course, when trying to answer a question such as this, it always makes sense to look at the odds and for those who are looking to place a wager on the 2022 Champions League outright market, a fanduel odds boost is something that could help maximise any potential profit.

While even if your odds are not artificially boosted, there is still plenty of value to be found in the market at present and for those who are looking to back Manchester City, there is a sense that 2022 will finally be their year.

Because even though they have run roughshod over the Premier League in the past decade or so, they have still failed to land the one prize that their Abu Dhabi-based owners have coveted since buying the club.

A prize that is none other than the Champions League itself and with the Etihad outfit falling short at the final hurdle last time out, it will be down to Pep Guardiola and his cabal of superstars to now go one better.At the time of writing, the defending Premier League champions are currently the favourites to come out on top in Russia and on the early evidence that they’ve offered, backing them to win could be considered a rather shrewd bet.

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Then again, they are not the only team with a genuine chance of conquering the continent at the end of the season and with Bayern Munich once again ruling the Bundesliga with an iron fist, it is not just the role of German kings that they will look to play.

With the Allianz Arena outfit looking well on course to win a German league title for an incredible tenth successive year in a row, the transition from one manager to another has been considerably smooth.

Where Hans-Dieter Flick left off, Julian Nagelsmann has picked up and with the former RB Leipzig manager now sitting at the top of the Bundesliga table, he will now look to mastermind a double success at the end of the campaign.

One that if achieved, would mean that the Bavarians have earned themselves a second Champions League success in just three seasons and with Robert Lewandowski in attack, there is a strong chance of such a feat happening.

Back in 2020, Bayern Munich got the better of Paris-Saint Germain and with the French club also looking to lift the Champions League trophy for the first time, they may have a somewhat secret weapon up their sleeve.

Then again, you would have to live under a rock to not know who joined the Parisians in the summer and Lionel Messi now switching allegiance from Barcelona, his primary task will be deliver one of the richest prizes in the world of sport.

Like Manchester City, Paris Saint-Germain have got ever so close to the promised land and although there was disappointment for then manager Thomas Tuchel in 2020, that disappointment was converted to jubilation in 2021.

While the reason for such a turnaround in emotion was due to Chelsea’s 1-0 win over Manchester City in last season’s final and with Tuchel at the helm, his own personal despair was subsequently extinguished.

Now though, the question is whether Chelsea can win back-to-back Champions League crowns and although it is difficult to win this competition, it is extremely hard to win it in successive years – then again Real Madrid have a habit of making things look rather easy.

With Carlo Ancelotti back at the Santiago Bernabeu helm, there is no reason to rule out Real Madrid just yet and although Los Blancos are not quite the European powerhouse of the past, they still have a habit of turning it on when it really matters.

While if it is not to be Real Madrid who fly the flag for La Liga, there is every reason that Atletico Madrid could instead and with Diego Simeone leading the red and white half of the city to the Spanish league title last season, he will now look to outfox some of the best teams in Europe.




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