There is currently no consensus data available for Champions League
What is the UEFA Champions League Consensus?
A sportsbook is where you go to place your bets. It’s also the place where the consensus pick is formed. The data that we provide on our Champions League Consensus page is generated across numerous sportsbooks on the financial amount placed on a side. If you decide to bet with the consensus, it means you are betting with the public. If you decide to bet against the consensus, you are “fading” the public.
By gathering data from the best online sportsbooks from around the world, we offer you the chance to make strategic Champions League picks. With our consensus info you can see how everyone else is betting and decide if you agree or disagree with the public. Some people like to err on the side of caution, which is why they always bet with the consensus. On the other hand, fading the public is a strategy that some bettors prefer to employ because they feel that their knowledge of the matchup and the concerning clubs is superior to that of others betting at the sportsbook. There is no right or wrong way to use our Consensus page. Don’t get scared by the idea of fading the public. If it makes sense for you, then it can prove to be quite strategic.
Something to note: When you are making your consensus pick on the Champions League, keep in mind that the data compiled does not consider the number of people who are betting a draw (tie). The numbers only show those who are picking one club or the other.
As each matchup approaches, the data is subject to change. This is because public opinion usually shifts. For this reason, you should stay locked in to our Champions League Consensus page to see what new data is available. This will help you shape your wager and determine if you should fade or bet with the public.
To better yourself at betting on the Champions League, read our breakdown of betting against the public.