Real Madrid v PSG Betting Odds Comparison

Tuesday, 26/11/2019, Time: 22:00

Match Betting (1x2)

Paris Saint-Germain haven't put a foot wrong in the Champions League this season and should be considered as genuine contenders to win the European Cup. While the French champions wobbled against Manchester United last term, they were in truth dealt a cruel blow when the Red Devils were awarded a controversial penalty.

Thomas Tuchel's side have been in excellent nick during their group games, winning all four of their matches including a 3-0 win over Real Madrid and they'll be out to complete the double at the Bernabeu Stadium, with the manager having an elegance of riches at his disposal when it comes to team selection.

The big negative with backing PSG to win this match is that they don’t desperately need a victory considering that they have already made it to the last sixteen.

In truth, very few teams end up boasting a 100% qualification record for this precise reason, with this explaining why the visitors are trading at odds of 2/1 with Unibet to claim three points against a team who will have a point to prove.

Real are five points clear of third-placed Club Brugge and will go safely into the knockout phase of the competition, although they actually trailed the Belgian side by two goals and also lost by a convincing margin in the French capital.

Paddy Power have 13/10 about a win for Zinedine Zidane’s side which would be a welcome boost and the team’s recent form suggests that they’re capable of delivering the goods.

First Goalscorer

Real Madrid signed Eden Hazard from Chelsea during the summer, although it was another player who announced himself when scoring a hat-trick against Galatasaray as part of a 6-0 victory.

Young forward Rodrygo hasn’t had too many chances to shine for this prestigious Spanish club thus far, although his three goals might earn him a starting berth against PSG and he can be backed at 5/1 to score the opening goal.

Hazard is now starting to look the part for his new club and the Belgian is a 7/1 poke to break the deadlock, with the midfielder being signed to make the difference in these sort of high-profile European clashes.

Karim Benzema is another player who can’t be ignored and he seems to consistently deliver in that centre forward position, while PSG boast any number of brilliant attacking players.

Angel Di Maria will return to his former club looking to make a point, while Kylian Mbappe is now officially a footballing superstar and the Frenchman is among the favourites on the First Goalscorer list.

Both Teams to Score

With so many attacking riches on display, many punters will be leaning towards the prospect of both teams finding the net and the best price you can find about the “Yes” option on this betting market is 1/2.

However, it’s worth noting that Real Madrid drew a blank in the reverse fixture and perhaps the 19/10 with BetVictor could be interesting seeing as the visitors don’t desperately need to score goals or win the game.

Over / Under Goals

Paris Saint-Germain are averaging 2.5 goals during the group stage and Real Madrid are slightly behind with 2.25. Therefore, if these averages continue, we might expect four or five goals to be scored and there are betting markets which could prove interesting.

Over 2.5 Goals is predictably trading at a fairly prohibitive 4/7 although if you want to push the envelope, then Over 3.5 Goals can be backed at 29/20 with Unibet and you can go even crazier with Over 4.5 Goals which has been chalked up at 7/2.

Correct Score

We quite like the 2-2 draw at 9/1 with Ladbrokes considering the handbrake could be off for both sides, although Real Madrid might have the greater motivation to win the game and a 3-1 victory in their favour is trading at 17/1.

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