Champions League: Who Will Win Each Last-16 Tie? (Part Two)

Champions League: Who Will Win Each Last-16 Tie? (Part Two)

The Champions League knockout stage continues next week, with the first legs of four last-16 ties set to take place.

Which teams will advance to the quarter-finals? We at BetZillion have taken a look at the latest Champions League betting odds and previewed the second set of last-16 match-ups.

Inter vs Atletico Madrid

  • Inter: 4/5 (SkyBet)
  • Atletico Madrid: 10/11 (SkyBet)

This is probably the closest of the eight round of 16 ties in this season’s Champions League. Inter were the runners-up last term, going down 1-0 to Manchester City in the final, while Atletico Madrid are a team that no one in Europe relishes facing given their sheer grit and competitiveness.

Atletico’s recent record in this competition is mediocre, though, and Inter will be looking to take advantage of that. If the Italian outfit can triumph on home turf in the first leg, they are capable of getting the job done against Diego Simeone’s side.

Prediction: Inter to go through.

PSV vs Borussia Dortmund

  • PSV: 6/5 (LiveScore Bet)
  • Borussia Dortmund: 11/20 (LiveScore Bet)

PSV are enjoying an impressive campaign back in the Netherlands. Peter Bosz has had his critics during his managerial career, but he will almost certainly lead PSV to the Eredivisie title this season.

Borussia Dortmund are the favourites to advance in this one, but the German team are inconsistent and it remains to be seen how they will perform in Eindhoven. PSV are a fantastic side on their day and they could pull off a minor upset against Dortmund, especially if they can take a first-leg lead to Signal Iduna Park. Be sure to use one of the best live betting sites.

Prediction: PSV to go through.

Porto vs Arsenal

  • Porto: 4/1 (BoyleSports)

Arsenal are desperate to win the Premier League title this season, but they arguably have a better chance of triumphing in the Champions League. Mikel Arteta will not take anything for granted, but his team should have too much quality for Porto over two legs.

Sergio Conceicao’s side only kept one clean sheet in the group stage and they will probably struggle to keep the likes of Gabriel Jesus, Bukayo Saka and Gabriel Martinelli quiet. Arsenal are also strong defensively, so they should come through unscathed.

Prediction: Arsenal to go through.

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Napoli vs Barcelona

  • Napoli: 11/8 (bet365)

Barcelona boss Xavi Hernandez has already announced that he will not manage the club beyond the current season. He has been unable to keep the club in the La Liga title race in 2023/24, but he at least guided Barcelona to the Champions League knockouts after failing to do so for two campaigns on the bounce.

Napoli are also struggling this season, but it could be worth taking up the odds on them advancing. The Serie A side have plenty of quality in their side and they could upset Barcelona in this last-16 tie.

Prediction: Napoli to go through.

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Greg is a freelance football writer from London. He primarily covers the Premier League but also has experience covering other European competitions. He has had work published by the likes of the Guardian, FourFourTwo,, ESPN and more.

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