Bayern Munich 1/2 for glory

  • Last Updated: May 1 2013, 22:07 BST

Bayern Munich are no bigger than 1/2 to win the Champions League after their 7-0 aggregate triumph over Barcelona set up a Wembley final with Borussia Dortmund.

Bayern Munich celebrate their 7-0 aggregate win over Barcelona
Bayern Munich celebrate their 7-0 aggregate win over Barcelona

Leading 4-0 from the first leg, Bayern were clinical at the Nou Camp with second-half goals from Arjen Robben and Thomas Muller either side of Gerard Pique's own goal sealing a one-sided win over a deflated Barca side for whom Lionel Messi was an unused substitute.

The victory sees Bayern through to their third final in four years and they will hope to improve on their runner-up finishes against Inter Milan in 2010 and Chelsea last year when they face Real Madrid's conquerors Dortmund in the competition's first all-German final on May 25.

Most bookies price up the Bundesliga champions up at 4/9 but Ladbrokes offer the best price of 1/2.

Dortmund, who held on for a nailbiting 3-2 aggregate win over Real Madrid on Tuesday night, are the outsiders at a general price of 7/4.