Bet9ja Preview: Paris Saint-Germain – Bayern Munich: Expect goals in the French capital

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It’s a game that will see some of the world’s finest attackers take centre stage which equates to goal action

Paris Saint-Germain host German giants Bayern Munich at the Parc des Princes as both sides take on each other in the Uefa Champions League Group B on Wednesday night.

The Parisians were held to goalless draw away to Montpellier last Saturday which ended their 100% start to season. They were able to comfortably dispatch Celtic 3-0 last time out in Glasgow and are (2.05) for the win again with Bet9ja.

The Bavarians last league outing ended in a 2-2 against Vfl Wolfsburg, despite having a 2-0 lead. The result pushed them to second in the Bundesliga standings and while they thumped Anderlecht 3-0 previously, they are quoted as underdogs at odds of (3.35) by the same betting firm.

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With both sides drawing in their previous league games respectively, (3.90) is offered for another one here.

Bayern Munich have lost all three of their away games to PSG making it their worst record on the road in the Champions League. This will be good reading for Unai Emery’s side in their bid not to lose in front of home support at odds of (1.30).

Les Parisiens have only failed to score in one of their last 29 European games at the Parc des Princes. This points towards goal action surfacing and they can be backed to open proceedings at (1.70).

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Carlo Ancelotti’s men have not kept a clean sheet in their previous eight Champions League games on the road. This shouldn’t however prevent them from finding the back of the net thanks to their potent attack that contains the likes of Robert Lewandowski, James Rodriguez, Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery.

Bet9ja thus favours both sides scoring at (1.38) and more than three goals to surface at (1.42).

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