We’ve got a massive semi for you over at Odds Manager HQ, as Pep Guardiola take his imperious Sky Blues to Paris for their biggest test of the season.
Dubbed the ‘Oil Derby’, Pep will be reunited with Mauricio Pochettino as the Argentine looks to land the ‘Big One’ for PSG at the first time of asking.
Both sides have become fascinated with the European Cup over the last decade, desperate to get this massive monkey of their backs.
But who will take the edge in this opening leg, as the Parisians looks to make a mark over the first 90 minutes?
Check out our top Odds Pick and Long Shot here as we await one of the games of the season so far!
|Fixture||PSG v Manchester City|
|Date||Wednesday, April 28, 2021 at 20:00|
|Where||Parc des Princes, Paris|
|How to Watch||Live on BT Sport|
Our Top Odds Pick – PSG over 1.5 goals – 8/5 with Unibet
With a star-studded attack, PSG know where the goal is.
They’ve bagged 18 in their last six outings (that’s three per match for the maths whizzes out there) and have relied heavily on their attacking prowess to get them through this season.
Last time out in the Champions League they snuck through past the reigning champions Bayern Munich, but throughout their history they have never gone back-to-back home UCL matches without scoring.
We think that record will be stretched on Wednesday as they punish a Manchester City defence that has leaked six in their last six outings.
There’s been a goal inside the opening 40 minutes of PSG’s last eight European outings, and this could well continue inside the Parc des Princes.
Our Long Shot – Kylian Mbappe to score first – 27/5 with Unibet
22-year-old Kylian Mbappe is a man for the big occasion.
The Frenchman has scored seven in his last six outings and will be eager to test his pace against Manchester City’s rotating back four.
The World Cup winner has also notched up eight goals in his last five Champions League matches and is a fantastic price at 27/5 to net the opener in midweek.
Please note that all odds are correct at time of publication and are subject to change.