As the footballing world turns its gaze to Wembley Stadium, anticipation is at fever pitch for what promises to be an unforgettable Champions League Final. Real Madrid, the titans of European football with an unparalleled 14 titles, are set to clash with Borussia Dortmund, who are vying to add a second star to their crest, their first since the 1996-97 season. Both teams have navigated an epic journey through this season’s Champions League, topping their respective groups and dispatching formidable opponents along the way.

Wembley Stadium, an iconic venue in football history, adds a layer of nostalgia and intensity to the occasion. It was here that Dortmund last contested a Champions League Final, facing a heart-wrenching defeat to Bayern Munich in an all-German showdown. This time, they return with renewed determination, hoping to rewrite their Wembley story.

Real Madrid, the favorites, bring a formidable combination of confidence, experience, and a squad brimming with talent. Led by the dynamic Jude Bellingham and supported by a host of galacticos, they are geared up to extend their record and claim yet another title. However, in the unpredictable realm of football, Dortmund’s spirited campaign and tactical prowess ensure that they cannot be underestimated.

As the stage is set for a clash of titans, fans around the globe are left with one burning question: Who will seize the ultimate glory this season? Will it be Real Madrid, cementing their legacy with a 15th triumph, or Dortmund, carving out a new chapter in their storied history? The answers will unfold under the lights of Wembley, where dreams are made and legends are born.

Real Madrid

The kings of this competition had it all to do as they faced Manchester City and Bayern Munich, two very different teams but they managed to overcome the challenge well. Manchester City pinned them back for most of the 180 minutes, but the masterclass of Ancelotti drilled them well to not allow any space that could benefit Pep’s team. Up against Bayern Munich, proceedings weren’t that straightforward, Tuchel’s excellence caused ‘Los Blancos’ trouble but eventually a narrow home win got them over the line. 

The players stuck to the coach’s plan and he let them express themselves in the attacking front allowing the likes of Vinicious Junior and Jude Bellingham to flourish on the main stage. Antonio Rudiger proved to be a pivotal signing as he cleverly mitigated Erling Haaland and Harry Kane damage on various occasions. The team is brimming with confidence and even the ones that aren’t named in the starting 11, they come in and inject the team with a different proposition that could alter the course of the tie, as Joselu did in the semi-final. 

Kicking off the odds for the upcoming final we have Real Madrid to lift the trophy at 1.62, whilst breaking the norm of the previous five finals, over 2.50 goals to be scored are valued at 1.65 whilst under 2.50 come in at 2.22. As we saw in the opening goal against Bayern Munich at the Bernabeu, the understanding and freedom that both Jude Bellingham and Vinicious Jr enjoy could trouble the world’s best defences. We are pricing both Bellingham and Vinicius to be named player of the match at 4.60. We are also pricing Real Madrid to win to nil at 3.00, whilst Real to win by exactly 2.0 goals comes in at 4.55.

Who will play the biggest role in making it 15 Champions League titles for Real Madrid? 

Borussia Dortmund 

The German outfit of Borussia Dortmund have had a season to remember in the Champions League. Being drawn in a Group with Milan, PSG and Newcastle, many pundits didn’t give BVB any chance of making it to the knockout stage, but they defied all the odds and topped the group. This accomplishment rewarded them with a tie against PSV, which they excelled in. A storm formed over the Yellow and Black team as they travelled to Spain as they were beaten 2-1 by Atletico Madrid. Their force of recovery worked wonders and in the reverse fixture they demolished their opposition winning 4-2, confirming a semi-final meeting with PSG. Some might say they rode their luck but that is part and parcel of the game, no goals are awarded for hitting the bar or post, only the net. 

Wembley awaits for Edin Terzic who will surely be on the radar of many top teams as he showed his pedigree in European football. Many fans will remember their last visit to Wembley for a Champions League final, agony ensued. This time around the ‘enemy’ is the record holders of this competition which is quite something for a team such as Dortmund, if they manage to overcome their challenge. Jadon Sancho’s loan has been a great addition especially in the games against PSG as he tormented the wing-back and completed some key take ons that set the tone for the rest of the match. 

We are pricing Borussia Dortmund to win the trophy at 3.40 and give their loyal servant the royal sendoff that he so dearly deserves. LV BET is also pricing both teams to score at 1.70 with their rock at the back Mats Hummels to be named the player of the match at 15.50


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