CONCACAF Champions League Scores and Standings
Below you will find all the CONCACAF Champions League Scores and Standings, updated after every match day. You can toggle home and away fixtures, review offensive production, view defensive statistics and even check out how first and second half performances differ. There is a wealth of information available to you right here.
Bet on CONCACAF Champions League Games
The CONCACAF Champions League is North and Central America's premier club competition and provides several enticing matchups throughout the tournament, starting from the round of 16, set to kick off next month. While Mexican teams have historically dominated the tournament – and indeed remain as favourites this time around - the continued rise in standard of the MLS has led to increased competitiveness and much higher television audiences.
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The increased importance placed on this tournament by clubs over recent editions has led to a much larger selection of match coverage and therefore a huge amount of betting possibilities as interest from the viewing public continues to sky rocket. There are now a variety of odds from a wide selection of companies and we bring you the absolute best of the bunch.
Look out for the later match days where qualified teams may rest players and less-fancied teams can cause major upsets. The knockout tournamnet, played between February and April, is where you will really have to apply your knowledge, and again is a great opportunity to make some cash in a winner takes all environment, and that is what we will now be focusing our attention on.
Don't forget that all fixtures at this point are over two legs and away goals are critical, so make sure you are as tactically aware as the coaches on the sidelines! Typically, the away team will play defensively yet look for that all-important way goal, while the home team must deal with the pressure of a demanding crowd and try to make that home advantage count when it matters most. If you have done your research and find it difficult to split the two teams on paper, your best bet is a low scoring match bet, or a wager on only one team to score.
At any stage in the tournament you can place a wager on the overall winner, and we provide great odds on all the teams remaining as the competition progresses.
To be successful in this category, particularly if you bet early on, make sure you are aware of your team's domestic schedule as this can heavily impact upon the likelihood of tournament success. Although odds will shorten when your team makes it to the knockout round, it is not a bad idea to wait and see if all your players remain healthy (and haven't been transferred!) during the Winter break.
Toronto FC out to go one better
Regarding teams to keep an eye on as the competition progresses, Toronto FC are certainly one to look out for. The Canadian side are back in the tournament for the sixth time, and the second successive season.
Their attempts to make history last season fell just short as they bid to become the first MLS side to lift the continental crown. However, they came off second best in a penalty shoot-out against Chivas de Guadalajara in the final, to end up as runners-up. The Canadian club is at +1600 to go one better this time around.
Toronto kick off their campaign against Independiente of Panama, and should have the technical strength to negotiate the tie with relative ease. If you are looking to back an MLS outfit this year then Toronto could well be your side.
However, fellow MLS club Atlanta United will also fancy their chances of going all the way in 2019. Veteran boss Geraldo Martinez has departed to be replaced by Dutch idol Frank de Boer, and big things are expected of the former Ajax boss.
With the squad likely to change over the coming weeks trying to second guess just how much of a force Atlanta will be is a tricky proposition. Nevertheless, they come in second, priced at +400, to be crowned CCL champions. They take on Herediano, of Costa Rica, in the round of 32 in February.
This year’s favourites are Mexican giants Tigres, who come in at just +300 to be crowned champions this term. They kick off their knock-out campaign on 19 February against Costa Rican club Deportivo Saprissa, and again it is one that the majority of people will be backing them to make it through as they continue their impressive quest towards the final.