This Wednesday, October 12, Barcelona and Inter Milan will face each other for the fourth date of the Champions League. The game will be played at 2:00 pm. (Peruvian time) at the Camp Nou.
The azulgrana team is third in group C, while Inter is second in the table. Both teams are going for the three points to climb the standings so as not to get complicated in the tournament.
It is worth mentioning that despite the fact that the Spanish squad arrives with two consecutive defeats in the Champions League group stage, they are the favorites of the match, according to the main bookmakers in the country.
According to Betsson, the victory of the Italian team pays the fee of 6.90, the tie has the figure of 4.90 and if Barcelona wins, the amount is 1.43.
On the other hand, if the culés manage to prevail by the minimum difference, the fee to pay is 8.00. But, if the black and blue get that result, the amount offered is 20.00.
In addition, the 0-0 tie has the figure of 18.00 for those who guess this score.
If Robert Lewandowski, Barcelona’s top figure, scores a goal during the confrontation, the amount of 1.70 is offered, but if he is the first to open the scoring, the fee goes up to 3.50.
In addition, the goal of Anssumane Fati and Ousmane Dembele pay 2.54 and 2.98, respectively.
On the Inter Milan side, if striker Lautaro Martínez scores a goal the fee is 3.95, but if it is the first of the match the figure rises to 10.00.
In addition to this, the goals of Edin Dzeko and Joaquin Correa pay 3.95 and 5.00, respectively.
If the duel ends without cards, Betsson offers the amount of 85.00 for those who guess this result.
If during the match there are no corner kicks for either team, the fee is 270.00.
The highest paying score is 6-0. If Milan managed to win by this large difference, the fee is 375.00. But, if it is in favor of Barcelona, the amount offered is 100.00.
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