Lineups

Paris SG

( 4-3-3 )

  • 1. K. Navas

  • 0. Thiago Silva Yellow Card

  • 3. P. Kimpembe

  • 5. Marquinhos

  • 4. T. Kehrer

  • 14. Juan Bernat

    80'
  • 11. Á. Di María

    80'
  • 21. Ander Herrera

    72'
  • 8. L. Paredes Yellow Card

    65'
  • 10. Neymar Yellow Card

  • 7. K. Mbappé

Substitutes

  • 16. Sergio Rico

  • 30. M. Bulka

  • 20. L. Kurzawa Yellow Card

    80'
  • 22. A. Diallo

  • 25. M. Bakker

  • 31. C. Dagba

  • 6. M. Verratti

    65'
  • 27. I. Gueye

  • 19. Pablo Sarabia

  • 23. J. Draxler

    72'
  • 9. M. Icardi

  • 17. E. Choupo-Moting

    80'

International - UEFA Champions League Final Stage

28' A. Davies 28' Yellow Card 28'  A. Davies 52' S. Gnabry 52' Yellow Card 52'  S. Gnabry 52' L. Paredes 52' Yellow Card 52'  L. Paredes 56' N. Süle 56' Yellow Card 56'  N. Süle 81' Neymar 81' Yellow Card 81'  Neymar 84' Thiago Silva 84' Yellow Card 84'  Thiago Silva 86' L. Kurzawa 86' Yellow Card 86'  L. Kurzawa 90' T. Müller 90' Yellow Card 90'  T. Müller 59' K. Coman 59' Goal 59'   Coman K. Coman
Paris SG

Paris SG

0 - 1

Bayern Munich

Bayern Munich

  • HT
    0 - 0
  • 59'
    0 - 1
  • Date: 23/08/2020
  • Time: 21:00
  • Venue: Estadio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica
  • Referee: Daniele Orsato
PSG vs Bayern Munich Betting Tips

Date published: 8/23/2020 12:59:10 PM

PSG vs Bayern Munich Betting Tips

Bayern Munich come into Sunday’s Champions League final as the 19/20 favourites with the team setting their sights on completing a season treble.

The German side have looked unstoppable ever since Hansi Flick took over the managerial position from Niko Kovac and its little surprise to see the bookies backing the Bavarians.

Bayern have scored 42 goals in 10 Champions League games this season which is an astounding statistic. Only Barcelona, in 1999/2000, scored more as they bagged 45 goals from their 16 CL games that season.

The Munich outfit also come into this game having won ten straight CL games; something that’s only ever been done before twice by Bayern themselves and Real Madrid. An eleventh straight win would be a new record.

One man who has helped them reach these heights is striker Robert Lewandowski who has scored in nine consecutive CL games and has bagged a total of 15 CL goals this season; two away from breaking Cristiano Ronaldo’s record of 17 for one CL campaign.

There aren’t enough superlatives to praise Bayern enough for how well they’ve performed. However, this is only a football game and as we have learnt on many occasions, anything can happen in 90 minutes.

One moment of magic could turn the game in favour of PSG and it’s fair to say that the French side certainly have magicians in their star-studded squad.

Neymar is certainly one of them. The Brazilian has played 19 Champions League games for PSG in which he’s scored 14 goals and produced nine assists. The player has already been to a CL final and even scored as his old club Barcelona claimed the 2015 crown.

This final will also be a big occasion for PSG manager Thomas Tuchel. The German has lost more matches against Bayern than any other team in his entire managerial career.

With regards to the betting, there’s certainly a lot to go at. With both teams possessing incredible offensive players, the goals market provides plenty of interesting opportunities. Looking at individual goal scorers could also be another way to go.

However, our recommendation comes in the outright market and it is to back the outsiders PSG. At the price of 11/5, the French champions offer great value in a game that promises to be a lot closer than most think.

Best Bet

PSG to win – 11/5 (betfair and PaddyPower)*

*prices correct at time of writing and are subject to change

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Match Information

  • UEFA Champions League Final Stage
  • Round final
  • Estadio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica
  • Daniele Orsato
  • 23 Aug, 21:00

Betting Tips

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Neymar to have 1 or more right footed shots on target & 1 or more left footed shots on target

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Correct score 2-1 to PSG

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Lineups

Paris SG
(4-3-3)
Bayern Munich
(4-2-3-1)
  • 1. K. Navas

  • 0. Thiago Silva Yellow Card

  • 3. P. Kimpembe

  • 5. Marquinhos

  • 4. T. Kehrer

  • 14. Juan Bernat

    80'
  • 11. Á. Di María

    80'
  • 21. Ander Herrera

    72'
  • 8. L. Paredes Yellow Card

    65'
  • 10. Neymar Yellow Card

  • 7. K. Mbappé

Substitutes

  • 16. Sergio Rico

  • 30. M. Bulka

  • 20. L. Kurzawa Yellow Card

    80'
  • 22. A. Diallo

  • 25. M. Bakker

  • 31. C. Dagba

  • 6. M. Verratti

    65'
  • 27. I. Gueye

  • 19. Pablo Sarabia

  • 23. J. Draxler

    72'
  • 9. M. Icardi

  • 17. E. Choupo-Moting

    80'
  • 1. M. Neuer

  • 17. J. Boateng

    25'
  • 27. D. Alaba

  • 6. J. Kimmich

  • 6. Thiago Alcântara

    86'
  • 18. L. Goretzka

  • 7. S. Gnabry Yellow Card

    68'
  • 19. A. Davies Yellow Card

  • 29. K. Coman Goal

    68'
  • 9. R. Lewandowski

  • 25. T. Müller Yellow Card

Substitutes

  • 26. S. Ulreich

  • 39. R. Hoffmann

  • 2. Odriozola

  • 4. N. Süle Yellow Card

    25'
  • 5. B. Pavard

  • 21. L. Hernández

  • 0. Philippe Coutinho

    68'
  • 14. I. Perišić

    68'
  • 11. M. Cuisance

  • 8. Javi Martínez

  • 24. C. Tolisso

    86'
  • 14. J. Zirkzee

 

       

         

         

         

         

         

Paris SG v Bayern Munich

    Paris SG 0 - 1 Bayern Munich - Match Report

    Date published: 8/23/2020 11:26:27 PM

    Paris SG 0 - 1 Bayern Munich - Match Report

    Bayern Munich win Champions League as Kingsley Coman header sinks PSG

    Bayern Munich completed a perfect run through this longest of Champions League campaigns as they beat Paris St Germain 1-0 to lift the European Cup for a sixth time.

    Paris-born Kingsley Coman scored the only goal just before the hour as Bayern made it 11 wins out of 11 in the competition this season, lifting the trophy in an empty Estadio da Luz in Lisbon some 85 days after the final had originally been scheduled in Istanbul.

    This was a 21st straight win in all competitions, while a remarkable run through the Champions League, highlighted by their 8-2 rout of Barcelona in the quarter-finals, saw them outscore their opponents 43 to eight.

    It was frustration for PSG, who have targeted this competition above all others since the flood of investment that has come under Qatari ownership.

    They could point to a strong penalty claim in the second half, but were guilty of squandering a number of chances as Bayern took advantage.

    The Bundesliga champions’ high defensive line was expected to get a stiff examination from Kylian Mbappe and Neymar, and it duly did in the first half.

    Mbappe had already seen two of his own shots blocked from good positions when he slipped the ball through to Neymar with 17 minutes gone, but Manuel Neuer did just enough to divert his shot.

    Moments later, Robert Lewandowski rattled a post, controlling a bouncing ball before spinning to find the left-hand upright as Keylor Navas scrambled across his goal.

    Alphonso Davies saw yellow for pulling back Thilo Kehrer in the 27th minute and, when Bayern could only clear the resulting free-kick as far as Ander Herrera, the ex-Manchester United man fired back a fierce shot which deflected off Leon Goretzka to go wide.

    A dramatic end to the half saw Bayern gift possession to Mbappe inside the area but, after exchanging passes with Di Maria, he hit a tame shot at Neuer.

    Bayern then wanted a penalty when Coman hit the deck under the attentions of Kehrer, but the referee was unmoved.

    But where Mbappe and Neymar had tested Bayern in the opening 45 mintues, they were kept quiet after the break.

    Tempers flared soon after the restart when Serge Gnabry caught Neymar, with Leandro Paredes joining the Bayern man in the book for his reaction.

    The breakthrough came just before the hour as Joshua Kimmich lifted a ball into the box, picking out Coman at the far post as the winger headed the ball back across goal and beyond the reach of Navas.

    Lewandowski might have doubled the lead seconds later but Presnel Kimpembe just beat him to Coman’s cross.

    Bayern were in their groove now, with Thomas Muller lifting a ball over the box to find a run from Coman, whose first-time effort was cleared from in front of goal by Thiago Silva.

    PSG needed a response, bringing on Marco Veratti, missing from the starting line-up after a calf problem.

    They managed to stem the tide of Bayern attacks before Marquinhos brought another fine save from Neuer when he met Di Maria’s cross just in front of goal.

    Mbappe then wanted a penalty when he appeared to be clipped by Kimmich but VAR declined to take a look, while Neymar, barely seen in the second half, bent a shot just over the bar.

    There was late hope for PSG but Neuer denied Mbappe from point-blank range, not knowing the PSG man was offside, before Neymar sent a shot wide as the match moved into stoppage time, but Bayern were not to be denied.

    Lineups

    Bayern Munich

    ( 4-2-3-1 )

    • 1. M. Neuer

    • 17. J. Boateng

      25'
    • 27. D. Alaba

    • 6. J. Kimmich

    • 6. Thiago Alcântara

      86'
    • 18. L. Goretzka

    • 7. S. Gnabry Yellow Card

      68'
    • 19. A. Davies Yellow Card

    • 29. K. Coman Goal

      68'
    • 9. R. Lewandowski

    • 25. T. Müller Yellow Card

    Substitutes

    • 26. S. Ulreich

    • 39. R. Hoffmann

    • 2. Odriozola

    • 4. N. Süle Yellow Card

      25'
    • 5. B. Pavard

    • 21. L. Hernández

    • 0. Philippe Coutinho

      68'
    • 14. I. Perišić

      68'
    • 11. M. Cuisance

    • 8. Javi Martínez

    • 24. C. Tolisso

      86'
    • 14. J. Zirkzee