Unibet Boosts Barcelona's Price to Win the Champions League

Get enhanced odds of $6 for Barcelona to win the Champions League with Unibet. The bookmaker has also price boosted Messi be the leading goal scorer.

No team has claimed successive Champions League titles since the competition underwent a significant change. In fact the last club to claim successive European Cups was AC Milan a quarter of a century ago in 1989 and 1990.  Barcelona get their title defence underway when the competition kicks off this week and you can back Barca at a boosted price with Unibet to retain their title.

Unibet’s Barcelona Boost

Unibet bet are price boosting Barcelona to $6 win the Champions League. That’s a whole 2 bucks more than the $4 other bookmakers are offering on the Catalan club. Unibet customers can place one maximum $100 wager on this special but the bet must be made before the tournament gets under way on Wednesday morning (Australian Time).

Barcelona Back to Back?

Barcelona were wonderful in last season’s Champion’s League especially in the knockout stage. They cruised into the final before beating Juventus 3-1 to seal a terrific treble in another incredible campaign. The victory was their fourth success in 9 years, with the club also claiming the silverware in 2006, 2009, and 2011. With Suarez, Neymar and Messi making magic in the front line, the Spanish side will surely be in the mix to lift the big ears again.

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Mega Messi Odds

Speaking of the magnificent Messi, Unibet also have a promotion on the Argentine Superstar. The bookmaker is offering enhanced odds of $6 for the 28 year old to be the Champions League top scorer. Again that’s $2 more than other bookmaker’s for Messi to be the highest goal scorer in this season’s competition. This offer is also only available before the tournament with the maximum stake once again $100.

More Messi Magic

Lionel Messi finished with 10 goals in the Champions League last season and was tied top scorer his team mate Neymar and rival Ronaldo. It was the fifth time he finished with the most goals after winning the Golden Boot 4 years running from 2009 to 2012. Will one of the World’s best players in history hammer in the goals once again?

Barcelona take on Roma in Italy in their opening match and are around 1.60 favourites to get all 3 points.