And breathe, Manchester City fans.
90 minutes of football separates them and their maiden European Cup final, as PSG attempt to play the role of Parisian party poopers inside the Etihad.
Pep Guardiola’s side take a 2-1 advantage into Tuesday night with the buffer of two away goals, as the Spaniard looks to extend his impressive head-to-head record over Mauricio Pochettino.
PSG can make it two finals in as many years if they can pull off the upset here, but may have to do it without their star man Kylian Mbappe.
Mbappe is a doubt for PSG after sitting out their weekend Ligue 1 win over Lens with a calf injury, with Pochettino refusing to commit to reports on the severity of the injury.
Either way, City will still be tested in this second leg, and we’ve picked out a tasty top Odds Pick and Long Shot for Tuesday’s biggun.
|Fixture||Manchester City v PSG|
|Date||Tuesday, May 4, 2021 at 20:00|
|Where||Etihad Stadium, Manchester|
|How to Watch||Live on BT Sports|
Our Top Odds Pick – Both teams to score – 4/7 with bet365
At their best, Manchester City and PSG are two of the best attacking sides in world football.
They offered a glimpse of their talents in the opening leg last week, with City doing well to escape Paris having conceded only once.
Pochettino will be forced to play even more attacking football on Tuesday as they hunt at least two away goals – a feat that three of the last six sides to visit the Etihad have managed.
City will of course create chances with their embarrassment of riches up front, so backing both teams to score here looks pretty much nailed on.
Our Long Shot – Riyad Mahrez to score first – 6/1 with Betfair
Riyad Mahrez has become one of Guardiola’s most trusted lieutenants this season.
The Algerian winger has one of the best first touches in the sport and has become extremely important for City off the right flank.
He didn’t feature in their weekend trip to Crystal Palace and will be fresh to inject life into City’s attack once again on Tuesday.
His last two goals have come in the Champions League, and a bit of Mahrez magic could break the deadlock again this week.
Please note that all odds are correct at time of publication and are subject to change.