Nairabet Preview: Celtic vs PSG: Back the Parisians to avoid defeat

The Neymar inspired side will be expected to continue their six-match unbeaten run when they clash with the Bhoys

Celtic welcome Paris Saint-Germain to Celtic Park on Tuesday in Group B of the Uefa Champions League.

The Scottish side will be hoping to be at their best in order to cage the rampant attack of the Parisians who boast of Kylian Mbappe, Neymar Jr. and Edinson Cavani in attack.

The Bhoys got to this stage of the competition after they saw off the Kazakhstan side, Astana 8-4 on aggregate. They will have to fire on all cylinders in order to defy the odds of (12.75) having been tagged underdogs with Nairabet.

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Brendan Rodgers’s charges have shared spoils with their opponents in two of their last five home duels and odds of (6.75) is on offer for the outing to end the same way.

For the French team, they will be gunning for the maximum points available. They have triumphed in all their last five outings and will be expected to continue with the unbeaten record in the engagement.

The most successful club in France also have an unblemished record on the road, having come out on top in their last five games away from Parc des Princes. As such they are favourites with Nairabet at a price of (1.25).

Unai Emery’s men will be expected to dictate the tune in the engagement as they have conquered in their last six matches. The betting firm is offering (1.55) for the first-half result to go their way.

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A correct score of 0-1 for the Parisians goes for (7.50) while a 0-3 score line is on offer at a price of (6.00).

Odds of (1.04) is up for grabs with Nairabet for PSG to avoid defeat in the challenge as they have been victorious in 20 of their last 25 outings.

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