This week, the international championships demand passage and the ball is rolling for the Libertadores semi-finals. Bookmakers are already indicating the favorites in clashes involving three Brazilian teams and one Argentinean.
Libertadores – Fluminense x Internacional at bookmakers:
In the clash that opens the Libertadores semifinals, the Fluminense is the favorite for the bookmakers.
The Tricolor from Rio is looking for an unprecedented title in the competition and, if they advance to the final, they will have the opportunity to lift the cup at home, as the big decision will be held at Maracanã.
On the other hand, Inter aims to win this edition of the most important tournament on the continent and enter the select group of three-time champions of America.
- Bet7K – Fluminense 1.75 x Internacional 5.20
- Casa de Apostas – Fluminense 1.76 x Internacional 4.67
- Esportes da Sorte – Fluminense 1.82 x Internacional 4.67
- Galera.bet – Fluminense 1.85 x Internacional 4.50
- PlayGreen – Fluminense 1.80 x Internacional 4.30
- Onabet – Fluminense 1.80 x Internacional 4.30
Libertadores – Boca Juniors x Palmeiras at bookmakers:
Palmeiras is the favorite in a very balanced match. Alviverde visits Boca Juniors, in Argentina, and has the lowest odds on the platforms.
With the best campaign in the group stage and participation in the semi-final for the fourth year in a row, the club wants to become the first team in the country to hold the title of four-time champion of the competition.
- Bet7K – Boca Juniors 3.05 x Palmeiras 2.72
- Casa de Apostas – Boca Juniors 2.86 x Palmeiras 2.67
- Esportes da Sorte – Boca Juniors 2.96 x Palmeiras 2.65
- Galera.bet – Boca Juniors 2.90 x Palmeiras 2.70
- PlayGreen – Boca Juniors 2.75 x Palmeiras 2.60
- Onabet – Boca Juniors 2.90 x Palmeiras 2.55
Semifinals return games
The return matches should take place next week. Internacional will face Fluminense at the Beira-Rio stadium, in Porto Alegre (RS). While Palmeiras will host Boca Juniors at Allianz Parque, in São Paulo (SP).
The results of the round-trip matches are aggregated, but remember that Conmebol (the entity that organizes football in South America) no longer considers a different weight for goals scored away from home.