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Barcelona-Chelsea Odds as Bet365 Offer Champions League Free Bets on Midweek Action

by Lewis Jones

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The two Champions League finalists will be decided this week as Chelsea, Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid do battle in their semi-final second legs with both ties extremely evenly poised, as we bring you the latest Bet365 live streaming news as well as a cracking free bet offer from Bet365.

Bet365 have been in touch to tell us they will offer all CaughtOffside visitors a free £200/€200 bet to spend on the Champions League Football this week including Barcelona v Chelsea and Real Madrid v Bayern Munich! Claim this exclusive free bets offer here- be quick – limited availability!

England’s sole representatives Chelsea managed a famous 1-0 victory over Barcelona last week and now they have given themselves a chance of progressing to the final.

Roberto Di Matteo’s men still have it all to do on Tuesday evening though. Barcelona are the reigning Champions for a reason and they will still back themselves to turn on the style in front of their home fans and progress.

The fact that Chelsea didn’t concede an away goal could be crucial though and if they can get themselves ahead in this fascinating second-leg tie, they become favourites to progress. They will need to show some remarkable resistance to keep Barcelona out though.

As for the second semi-final, this sees two giants of European football go head to head as Bayern Munich try and hold onto a 2-1 first-leg lead when they travel to Spain to take on Real Madrid.

Mario Gomez’s late strike last week handed the German side the advantage going into the second-leg, but Real Madrid’s away goal means that this one really could go either way.

Madrid will certainly be in good spirits after their win at Barcelona at the weekend and with the La Liga title all but assured, they can now concentrate fully on securing their place in the Champions League final.

Overall, two fantastic nights of European football awaits. You can easily make an argument for every single combination of teams making it to the final and there are bound to be plenty of twists and turns after these second-leg matches get underway.

Barcelona v Chelsea takes place from 7.45pm on Tuesday evening, while Real Madrid v Bayern Munich kicks off at the same time on Wednesday.

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