Bet365 Preview: Paris Saint-Germain vs Celtic: Back the Parisians to keep a clean sheet

ShareClose Comments
The French capital club have not let in any goal in 11 of their last 17 outings and will look to keep it going against the Bhoys

Paris Saint-Germain welcome Celtic to the Parc des Princes for their Group B Uefa Champions League encounter on Wednesday night.

Unai Emery’s men have already secured their place in the knock-out stage of the competition after gathering 12 points from four games. However, a victory for them here will help them tighten their grip on top of the group standings as they are three points above their closest rival Bayern Munich, though with a wider goal difference.

Unai Emery Neymar PSG

They have not tasted defeat in their last 18 outings across board and are in good stead to extend their unbeaten run in this duel bearing in mind that they boast of potent forwards in Kylian Mbappé, Neymar and Edinson Cavani.

The Parisians ran riot against their opponents in the reverse fixture beating them 5-0 in front of Parkhead faithful and Bet365 is offering (1.11) for them to secure another win in this tie.

A share of spoils is quoted at an unlikely (12.00) after 90 minutes of action.

On the other hand, the Scottish side are already out of contention for the next round of the competition after losing three of their four matches. However, they will be aiming to maintain third spot in the group in order to secure a Europa League slot.

In addition, they have only won a game in their last five outings in Europe and the bookmakers have tagged them as massive underdogs for this encounter at the price of (23.00).

PSG- Celtic

PSG have racked in 17 goals in just four matches, scoring more than three goals in each of the games, therefore, the betting outfit is pricing (1.18) for over 2.5 goals to surface in this engagement.

The six-time Ligue 1 champions have come out on top in both halves of their last four Champions Leaqgue games and odds of (1.66) is available for a repeat at the Parc des Princes.

Punters can make a cool return backing Emery's side to keep a clean slate at (1.90) with Bet365 knowing that they have not let in goals in their previous four duels in the Champions League.

Next article:
Win the World Cup twice? Deschamps tips Mbappe to do what Henry and Trezeguet couldn't
Next article:
'This is the France we love' – Griezmann hails diversity of World Cup winning side
Next article:
Roma want Donnarumma agreement before allowing Alisson exit
Next article:
‘Giroud is a World Cup winner!’ – Kenyans react to France win over Croatia
Next article:
African All Stars Transfer News & Rumours: Napoli demand £80 million for Koulibaly
Close