PSG is up against it in the second-leg of their Champions League aggregate versus Pep Guardiola coached Manchester City. Paris must make up a goal on the road versus arguably the best soccer team in the world. Can Paris get it done? Or will the Sky Blues coast to the UCL Finals?
Let’s take a closer look at both teams and how they arrive to this affair so you can bet against their Champions League odds.
UCL Semi Final Second-Leg: Man City Looks to Close Door on PSG
Paris Saint-Germain Vs Manchester City Odds & Match Info
- When: Tuesday, May 4 at 3:00 pm ET
- Where: Etihad Stadium, Manchester, England
Why bet on Paris Saint-Germain versus Manchester City?
Although Paris Saint-Germain lost 1-2 in the first match, PSG had a 1-goal lead after just 15 minutes. In fact, if Paris had kept up the pressure, they may have won the match. Man City didn’t get their first goal until minute 64. City got their second goal at the 71 minute. Paris Saint-Germain controlled the match until well into the second half. More discipline and PSG can turn the tables.
Paris Saint-Germain Last 5
- W – 2-1 vs. Lens
- L – 1-2 vs. Man City
- W – 1-3 vs. Metz
- W – 5-0 vs. Angers
- W – 3-2 vs. Saint-Etienne
Paris Saint-Germain predicted starting lineup
- Di Maria
Why bet on Manchester City versus Paris Saint-Germain?
It took Manchester City over a half, but the Sky Blues got the first-leg victory. The key for Man City is that they scored 2 away goals, which means if they play this game tight, and don’t lose by more than a goal, they win on the aggregate. Manchester City doesn’t lay down for any opponent, though. So expect City to play for the win instead of just coasting through to the Champions League Finals with a draw.
Manchester City Last 5
- W – 0-2 vs. Crystal Palace
- W – 1-2 vs. Paris Saint-Germain
- W – 1-0 vs. Tottenham
- W – 1-2 vs. Aston Villa
- L – 0-1 vs. Chelsea
Manchester City predicted starting lineup
- De Bruyne
Manchester City versus Paris Saint-Germain Final Betting Analysis
Paris Saint-Germain lost a heartbreaker. The first goal PSG gave up had everything to do with goalie Navas blowing the save.
Navas totally misread Kevin De Bruyne’s pass. It bounced on the grass and then skated into the back of the net. Who knows why Navas wasn’t on that side of the goal. But his flub is the reason Man City got the equalizer.
The second-goal happened off a free kick. Somehow, Riyad Mahrez got the kick past Paris’ wall. Navas had no shot to stop the kick.
Both goals were back breakers. Paris had their shot and they failed. Expect PSG, which doesn’t always step onto the pitch mentally focused, to fold early against Manchester City.
The Sky Blues will attempt to provide an early arrow early into Paris’ heart. After watching both teams in the first-leg, Man City should be successful.
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