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Copa Libertadores 2023 outright odds: Live stream details and winner odds

By Ben Green

Copa Libertadores 2023 outright odds- Favourites, finalists and winner odds

Published: 12:53, 26 October 2023

The 2023 Copa Libertadores final is set. 

After a gruelling Copa Libertadores campaign, we now know both of our finalists as six time winners Boca Juniors are set to go head-to-head with the 2008 runners-up Fluminese at the Maracanã Stadium in Rio de Janeiro on Saturday 4th November at 8pm (UK time). 

Below you will find the latest Copa Libertadores outright odds for 2023.

The latest Copa Libertadores outright odds for 2023

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The finalists 

Fluminense (4/7)

Yet to win the competition, Fernando Diniz will be desperate to put that right this year. The Tricolor reached just their second Copa Libertadores final and their first since 2008, when they lost on penalties to Liga de Quito, having gone unbeaten in the knockout stages so far this campaign, beating fellow Brazilian rivals Internacional 4-3 on aggregate in the semi-finals.

Having a serial winner in Marcelo in their side will a huge help in what is expected to be an incredibly close final, with the Brazilian looking to add to his impressive trophy cabinet that saw him lift 25 trophies at Real Madrid, the joint most alongside Karim Benzema in Los Blancos‘ history. They also boast the top scorer in the competition in 35-year-old Germán Cano, who is the first player to score 12+ goals in a single Copa Libertadores campaign since Luizão scored 15 for Corinthians back in 2000 , having found the back of the net 12 times. The Argentine scored in both legs of the quarter-final and semi-final and will be hoping to add a goal in the final to his CV.

Boca Juniors (5/4)

Boca Juniors became the first side in Copa Libertadores history to reach the final of the competition 12 times with a penalty shootout victory over Palmeiras in the semi-finals, thanks to heroics from former Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero, who saved two penalties. The six time winners could equal fellow Argentine side Independiente as the most successful side in the competition’s history with a win in Rio, as they look to lift the trophy for the first time since 2007.

In an unusual feat, the Argentine side reached the final having not won a single match in the knockout rounds, having relied on penalty shootout victories over Nacional, Racing and Palmeiras and it could be an incredible achievement if they lift the trophy without winning any of their knockout round matches.

The Boca side has a strong Manchester United connection with Edinson Cavani and Marcos Rojo also featuring for them alongside the aforementioned Sergio Romero.