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FK Karabakh v Atletico Madrid Betting Odds 18 October

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Oct/17/2017

Gambling911.com has your FK Karabakh v Atletico Madrid betting tips and odds for Wednesday’s Champions League matchup.

Atletico Madrid was coming in at 1/4 odds, FK Karabakh 14/1 odds and the Draw at 5/1 odds.  There is nearly balanced action on the three sides.

This will be the first meeting between these sides.

17:00

FK Karabakh (18/1)

Draw (25/4)

Atletico Madrid (1/4)

19:45

Anderlecht (22/1)

Draw (17/2)

Paris St Germain (1/6)

19:45

Barcelona (1/12)

Draw (15/1)

Olympiakos (40/1)

19:45

CSKA Moscow (21/20)

Draw (13/5)

Basel (3/1)

19:45

Bayern Munich (1/8)

Draw (12/1)

Celtic (30/1)

19:45

Benfica (15/4)

Draw (11/4)

Man Utd (5/6)

19:45

Chelsea (8/13)

Draw (10/3)

Roma (27/5)

19:45

Juventus (12/25)

Draw (9/2)

Sporting Lisbon (11/1)

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

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