Juve and PSG cut for glory
Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain have been trimmed for Champions League glory having reached the quarter-finals.
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The former had little difficulty in adding a 2-0 win to their 3-0 first-leg success over Celtic, and are 9/1 fifth-favourites to win the trophy for a third time.
PSG survived a scare against Valencia to win 3-2 on aggregate despite being without Zlatan Ibrahimovic for the second leg, and they range from a general 16/1 to the 10/1 being offered by Ladbrokes.
Real Madrid remain favourites at 5/2 with BetVictor following their controversial victory at Old Trafford on Tuesday, while Ladbrokes offer a standout 100/30 about last season's beaten finalists Bayern Munich.
Barcelona can be backed at 11/2 with bet365 ahead of their second leg against AC Milan, who take a 2-0 advantage to the Nou Camp and are 22/1 with BetVictor.
Porto hold a narrow advantage over Malaga having won the first leg of their tie 1-0 and they're 40/1 to go all the way, Schalke are 66s having drawn 1-1 against Galatasaray in Turkey, and it's 125/1 bar.
Arsenal are now the sole remaining British side but having lost 3-1 to Bayern at the Emirates, they're the rank outsiders at 300/1 with Ladbrokes.
Celtic's campaign may have ended in Turin but Coral bookmakers are quoting 2/1 that Neil Lennon's side reach the last 16 of the tournament next season.
Nicola McGeady, Coral PR Manager said: "Neil Lennon and his squad certainly deserves huge credit.
"The Hoops will have another crack at it next year and although they will have to negotiate three qualifiers, his players will be all the better after this season's continental experiences."