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PSG v Bayern Munich preview And Betting Tips – Champions League Final

PSG v Bayern Munich preview And Betting Tips – Champions League Final

Bayern have been here and done it before, even if this is their first Champions League final since winning the competition seven years ago. They have reached the semis on four occasions in the intervening period though, in addition to going at least one step further this campaign. Chelsea are the only side to lift this trophy for the first time in 20 years, but the Blues had built up plenty of experience in the knockout rounds during the preceding years and PSG are on a similar path to eventually landing Europe’s premier prize. Expert tipsters Form Labs guide you to where the value might lie with their betting preview and tips for the Champions League Final.



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PSG Brimming With Talent

A major criticism of the Parisians in recent seasons has been the reliance upon individual talent, with team balance disrupted as star names were crammed in and egos massaged. 

If anything they have better talents than in years gone by, with Neymar turning in some mature performances and Kylian Mbappe a global phenomenon at just 21 years old, but crucially they are less lop-sided than in previous seasons with Marquinhos providing some midfield steel.

Thomas Tuchel has good news on the injury front. Mbappe recovered swiftly to play half an hour against Atalanta and virtually the full game with Leipzig, experienced three-time Champions League winner Keylor Navas is reportedly going to be fit to start, while Marco Verratti received a cameo from the bench as he nears fitness. 

Meanwhile, Hansi Flick has few concerns in the opposite dugout either, with Niklas Sule making substitute appearances in their past three games and fellow defender Benjamin Pavard doing the same last time out.

Both Teams To Score

PSG have now gone W25-D3-L1 across all competitions since December when including extra time and penatlies, which includes victories over Lyon (twice), Dortmund, Atalanta and Leipzig within the past six. 

However, that form still pales in comparison to their opponents here. Bayern have won 24 of 25 unbeaten matches in 2020 and bagged at least three goals in 17 of these, while the last 20 have all yielded victories. 

For good measure, they’ve scored 23 times during the past five outings versus Wolfsburg, Leverkusen, Chelsea, Barcelona and Lyon, averaging a very healthy 4.6 goals per game.

With that kind of output at Bayern’s disposal, PSG will know they’ll need to score more than once to stand a chance of going all the way. They’ll take encouragement from the fact that both teams have scored in seven of the German club’s last 10 fixtures, as only Lyon failed to net a consolation effort across the past four of these. 

The French outfit really ought to have registered however as Memphis Depay grazed the outside of the woodwork early on, Karl Toko Ekambi struck the post from point-blank range and was also denied later on by a superb save, even if Manuel Neuer should have been given no chance with the finish. 

Meanwhile, Marcelo had a free header from a corner and didn’t get either the accuracy or power as he tamely nodded it towards the centre of the goal.

Bayern To Win And Both Teams To Score

We can’t imagine the likes of Mbappe and Neymar to be so forgiving, even if the latter has missed a few chances in Portugal during these late knockout stages. 

We can’t see Bayern failing to score either, especially as Robert Lewandowski last failed to score in a Champions League game back in March 2019 and despite missing a couple of chances against Lyon, still found time to bag one. Consequently, both teams to score seems inevitable, especially as that’s happened in eight of the past nine finals. 

That’s understandably a short price but worth backing nonetheless, though we’d have to side with the favourites to take the spoils.

Bayern MunichTo Win 3-1

Whereas Bayern have demolished good teams of late, PSG’s 3-0 win over Leipzig was the first time in four outings since returning to action where they’d won by more than a single strike. 

Even that clash saw the Parisians benefit from some sloppy Leipzig passing as they tried to play out from the back. 

Given eight of the past 11 finals have been settled over 90 minutes, with a third of the last nine ending 3-1 to the favourites, the correct score has got to be worth paying attention to.

Both Teams To Score (Yes) At 4/11

Bayern Munich To Beat PSG 3-1 At 12/1

Bayern To Win And Both Teams To Score At 15/8

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