10. Bayern Munich play their third Champions League final in four year on Saturday, having lost the previous two. The four-time European Cup winners are 1.38 to win the trophy. 9. Borussia Dortmund won their only Champions League final in 1997, beating Juventus 3-1 (see below). They are 3.20 to win it for a second time.
8. These sides have met four times already this season, Munich winning two and playing out two 1-1 draws. A repeat 1-1 scoreline after 90 minutes is available at 7.75. 7. These teams shared a 1-1 tie in the Bundesliga three weeks ago, Mario Gomez netting his 13th of the season to equalise for Bayern. The German international is a 4.50 match favourite to net first on Saturday. 6. The two teams have scored a combined 54 goals in this season’s Champions League. The final is priced at 2.85 to produce over 3.5 goals. 5. Dortmund forward Robert Lewandowski has ten goals in Europe this season, yet has netted just once in five outings since his four-goal haul over real Madrid. The striker is 13.00 to score at least twice. 4. Thomas Muller, meanwhile, has eight goals and scored in last year’s final against Chelsea. The Bayern midfielder also has two assists in Europe and is 2.70 to net at any time. 3. Dortmund’s Marcel Schmelzer has covered 134,334 metres in the Champions League this season – further than any other player – and has played the maximum 1080 minutes in 12 games. He is 3.20 to get a card at Wembley. 2. Bayern’s Javi Martinez has committed more fouls than any other Champions League player this season (24) in 831 minutes of play. That’s a foul every 34 minutes and the defender is 20.00 to get sent off. 1. This is the fourth time two teams from the same country will play in the Champions League final. The game has gone to extra time the last two times this has happened. Saturday’s clash is 7.50 to go to penalties.