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Betting tips on women’s champion league

The female counterpart to the English Premier League is the Women’s UEFA Champions League. First played in 2001, the league changed its name to the current moniker in 2009. The competition features teams that are part of UEFA nations. Women’s football is increasing in popularity as more people have begun following their season by not only watching games but also betting on them as well.

Manchester City

With the current season already down to the quarter finals in March, clear favourites to win the championship are taking the front spot. Manchester City is not only a favorite in the men’s league but in the woman’s as well. Going into the quarter finals, the City women’s team already has a one goal advantage over the Danish team, Brondby.

FFC Frankfurt

Last year’s champion is a popular favourite to have a repeat performance in 2017. The team roster is loaded with talent including Dzsenifer Maroszan that can change the tide of a game quickly. Frankfurt will be opposing Rosengard, the Swedish team. While both teams have seasons that continue through the summer, many others say there just isn’t enough information to tip the odds in favour of one of these teams.

Lyon

In the match between Lyon (France) and Slavia Praha (Czechoslovakia), the odds appear to favour the French team. The team continues to have notable names on the field including Wendie Renard, Sarah Bouhaddi, Louisa Necib, Elodie Thomis and Eugenie Le Sommer. Also on the Lyon team is Lotta Schelin who holds Sweden’s record for the most goals scored at an impressive 80. Slavia is fresh off their winter break and are well rested. Perhaps they will pull out a surprise victory.

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