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PSG v Borussia Dortmund

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Paris Saint Germain have never lost to a German opponent on home soil in Europe, but having fallen at this stage of the competition in each of the last three seasons, they will be wary of this Borussia Dortmund side who already hold the aces in this fixture.

Uefa Champions League 2019/2020
Date: Wednesday 11th, March
Kick-off: 21:00pm
Venue: Parc Des Princes
TV Channel: BT Sport

Erling Braut Haaland’s double made the difference at Signal-Iduna-Park when these two squared off in Germany and this will thus provide a stern test of character for the Parisiens who will go all out to overturn the deficit here.

Neymar’s well-taken effort just before the sucker-punch from Haaland provided the hosts with a respite, and an away goal to build on and the final scoreline in Westfalenstadion was perharps a harsh one in a game which saw the Brazilian go close for a second, clipping the outside of the post while Roman Burki twice denied Kylian Mbappé.

The French giants have scored 13 goals in just three games since that disappointing defeat including hitting Lyon for five last Wednesday, and they even had more time off to prepare for this clash after their Ligue 1 fixture last weekend was called off due to Corona virus.

Dortmund on their part, are on a winning run of five games now, and come into this one off the back of a 2-1 victory over Borussia Monchengladbach last Saturday.

They ‘ve had a particularly spectacular season by all standards, sitting in second on the Bundesliga table and are in with a great chance of reaching the quarter-finals of this competition for the first time since the 2016/2017 season.

With this game potentially an entertaining one between two talented footballing groups, it could well throw open some interesting betting angles.

Team news

Marco Verratti and Thomas Meunier will miss this game due to suspension for PSG.

Mbappé and Thiago Silva will face late fitness tests.

Dortmund will miss the services of Marco Reus and Thomas Delaney for the trip to Paris.

Head to Head:

PSG Wins – 0

Draws – 2

Dortmund Wins – 1

Match Stats:

There have been over 2.5 goals scored in 26 of

PSG’s last 30 Champions League games.

There have been over 2.5 goals scored in Borussia Dortmund’s last 4 Champions League games.

Three of Dortmund’s last five European games featured exactly three goals while five of PSG’s last six saw both teams score.

Team Form:


Dortmund Last 5:WWWWW

Suggested bets

This game has the propensity of producing a lot of goals when one consider the free-flowing, fast-paced rhythm the first leg was played. PSG will seek to control proceedings from the off, and go in search of that important goal that will swing things back in their favour. But that could leave them a tad porous at the rear, giving Dortmund spaces to exploit and canter into. Should that be the case in Paris, backing over 2.5 goals(4/11) yet again looks one of the markets to go to here while a win for the hosts/both teams to score is 13/8.

Neymar was the danger man for PSG in the first fixture, and one feel he could yet prove the scourge of Lucien Favre’s team in this one. He is 4/1 to open the scoring, and should he firing on come Wednesday, expect him to do just that.

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