John Terry is just 3/1 to defy UEFA and get his hands on the Champions League trophy, according to Ladbrokes.
Chelsea captain Terry is suspended for the final following his semi-final sending off against Barcelona, and UEFA rules mean he would not be able to join his team-mates in lifting the trophy if they are successful in Munich on May 19.
are offering 3/1 that Terry will defy the rules by taking part in the post-match celebrations. They also make him just 8/1 to receive the trophy from officials in a move which would fly in the face of the ruling.
It's an even shorter 5/2 he's spotted with it on his head in any of the post-match celebrations, including those which will take place in England (providing they defy odds of 17/10 to win it by any means).
Those who think he may not even bother to turn up for the game can take 20/1 he's not in the stadium for the final, and it’s 6/1 he gets a Champions League medal with the club from the 2012/13 season onwards.
Alex Donohue, spokesperson for Ladbrokes, told CLF.com: “Providing Chelsea do the hard part it's odds on Terry breaks the rules again.”
Ladbrokes latest betting
John Terry to break UEFA rules and participate in the trophy lift 3/1 (applies during the presentation ceremony and immediately after on the pitch)
John Terry to receive the trophy/lift the trophy first 8/1
John Terry to be spotted with the trophy on his head (includes open top bus tours and post match celebrations in England) 5/2
John Terry not to attend the final (at stadium) 20/1
John Terry to win the Champions League again in his time at Chelsea (from 2012/13 season onwards) 6/1