Match Betting (1x2)

Paris Saint-Germain are clearly among the best teams in Europe and they are regularly among the favourites to win the Champions League, although that hasn’t yet equated into continental success for the champions of France and they are in grave danger of exiting this season’s competition at the last sixteen stage.

The same thing happened twelve months ago when Manchester United landed an unexpected aggregate victory at the Parc des Princes despite losing the first leg, with Borussia Dortmund having secured a win at the Westfalenstadion three weeks ago and now simply need to avoid defeat in order to qualify.

As far as the Full-Time Result market is concerned, Unibet offer a best price 4/6 that PSG win in ninety minutes, something that they do in Ligue 1 on a regular basis and Thomas Tuchel can call upon a wide variety of dangerous attacking players.

Neymar has been spearheading the attack for several seasons, although Angel Di Maria, Kylian Mbappe and Edinson Cavani are also capable of making an impact for the home side.

On the flip side, they will be up against opponents who will be confident of securing the away goal which would mean PSG need at least two goals to take the tie into extra-time.

Ladbrokes offer 15/4 that Lucien Favre’s team actually win in the French capital despite the fact that they don’t need to triumph, with the visitors sure to create their own chances throughout the contest.

The draw is trading at 7/2 with Paddy Power and that again would be a positive outcome for Dortmund seeing as they would go through having won the first leg clash.

To Qualify

The name of the game is going through to the quarter final stage of the Champions League. Paris Saint-Germain don’t want to feel crestfallen again after letting things slip against Manchester United and some might not be able to refuse the 10/11 with Ladbrokes that the French champions progress to the last eight.

In order to do this, Tuchel’s team will need to win the game in ninety minutes and that might equate to something simple as a 1-0 win. A 2-1 victory would only send the tie into extra-time and a 3-2 win would see Dortmund progress instead.

However, any victory by a margin of two goals would mean PSG doing themselves justice by lining up in the business end of the competition.

It is Dortmund who hold the advantage at the halfway stage, despite the fact that winning 2-1 isn’t the ideal result to take into this second leg clash.

Betfair offer a reasonable even money if you feel as though this exciting German side can get through and the pressure won’t be on their shoulders ahead of the clash.

Both Teams to Score

Erling Braut Haland scored two goals in eight minutes to swing the match in favour of Dortmund three weeks ago and the young Norwegian now appears to have the world at his feet.

His presence in an attack-minded Dortmund side means that the bookies aren’t taking any chances with their “Yes” quote on the Both Teams to Score market and William Hill go 4/9 that this happens.

On the flip side, if you think PSG can score and then shut down their opponents, then you might be interested in the 2/1 with BetVictor about the “No” option on this market.


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