The UEFA Champions League quarterfinals kick-off on Wednesday with an intriguing matchup between Paris Saint-Germain and Atalanta. PSG knocked off Borussia Dortmund in the round of 16, while Atalanta cruised past Valencia to reach the Champions League quarterfinals for the first time in their history. The latest Champions League odds from William Hill list PSG as a +103 money line favorite (risk $100 to win $103), while Atalanta is going off at +245. The draw is +270 and the Over-Under for total goals scored is 3.5. Before you lock in your PSG vs. Atalanta picks, see what our proprietary European soccer model has to say.
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