Champions League Round of 16 - which team will have the biggest winning margin?
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Manchester City
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Bayern Munich
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Real Madrid
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Arsenal
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Barcelona
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PSG
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Inter Milan
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Atletico Madrid
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Dortmund
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Napoli
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RB Leipzig
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Real Sociedad
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Porto
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PSV Eindhoven
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Copenhagen
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Lazio

16 teams have qualified from the group stages. The next stage is a knockout round where the teams are drawn against each other and whittled down to the final 8.

The draw for the eight pairings will take place on 18th December and each tie will consist of a team who won their group against a team who was the runner up in their group. The tie will take place over two legs (each team plays home and away) taking place between 13th February and 13th March.

Which of the 16 teams will have the biggest winning margin over the two legs?

Market notes:

  • This will only count the winning margin in terms of goals without using. So a team who scores 10 and concedes 5 will be considered the same as a team who scores 5 and concedes 0.

  • The market is only considering the overall margin across two legs rather than the results of the individual matches. So a team who loses 1-0 and then wins 6-0 has the same five goal winning margin as a team who won their games 2-0 and 3-0.

  • If two or more teams are tied for the biggest winning margin, this market will resolve to multiple teams. If there are two winners, they will each resolve to 50%. If there are three winners, they will each resolve to 33%, etc.

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Manchester City beat Copenhagen 6-2 over two legs for a four goal margin.

PSG came the closest to them, beating Real Sociedad by three goals over the two legs and quite a few ties were won by a two goal margin. The market resolves to Manchester City.

Can they do it again in the quarter finals? Bet on which of the eight remaining teams will have the biggest margin here: