No Brexit on the horizon for English sides

The Premier League’s five Champions League competitors have made a fine start to the campaign and many are now thinking whether we could see an English winner for the first time since 2012.

Of the five – four of them, Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea and Tottenham, have opened up with back-to-back wins to already put them withing touching distance of the last 32.

Liverpool also remain unbeaten having picked up two draws in the opening fixtures, but they are still favoured to progress.

Now Bookmakers are seemingly growing more nervous about the prospect of an English winner.

The prices are now coming in for the Premier League teams, with the exception of Liverpool.

It is now just 5/2 for an English club to be lifting the trophy in Kiev next May.

We spoke to BetVictor’s Head of antepost Football Michael Triffitt about how the English clubs are doing.

“An English winner of this seasons Champions League is a 5/2 chance and with all five clubs likely to make it through the group stage it will certainly give punters a run for their money,” Triffitt told

“Facing the likes of Real Madrid, PSG and Bayern Munich is obviously another step up in class but with the Premier League still arguably the most competitive and strongest domestic competition in Europe, our clubs will not be undaunted having to face anyone.”

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