Thomas Tuchel’s side did themselves the biggest favours by securing a 2-0 win in the first leg at Old Trafford, becoming the first French club to defeat the Red Devils at their base.
The first leg defeat remains the only loss United have suffered under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. They might have a couple of players out due to injury and suspension, but they’ve progressed well since that setback and will be confident of putting a better performance in Paris.
A massive win that sees them turn the tie around is quoted at (6.20) with the same firm.
A stalemate in the French capital will still be enough to see PSG go through and that’s priced at odds of (4.50).
Tuchel’s charges have failed to keep a clean sheet in their last five European matches at home and seeing that their visitors are not shy of finding the back of the net, with the stakes much higher as Solskjaer’s men are on the back foot and in need of miracle, their urgency to score in Paris will be greater.
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