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Paris Saint-Germain vs Barcelona betting tips: Preview, predictions & odds

Paris Saint-Germain vs Barcelona betting tips: Preview, predictions & odds
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Paris Saint-Germain vs Barcelona betting tips

This article covers Paris Saint-Germain vs Barcelona betting tips and predictions, and these are the betting odds.

o – Paris Saint-Germain 11/10

o – Draw 16/5

o – Barcelona 19/10

Note: All odds mentioned in this article are correct at the time of publishing and are subject to change.


Paris Saint-Germain vs Barcelona: Match details

Match: Paris Saint-Germain vs Barcelona

Competition: UEFA Champions League

Date: March 10, 2021

Kick-off time: 8:00 pm, March 10, 2021 (UK time)

Stadium: Parc Des Princes

Paris Saint-Germain vs Barcelona betting tips: Preview, predictions & odds

Paris Saint-Germain’s Spanish defender Juan Bernat (R) celebrates with his teammates after scores his team’s third goal during the UEFA Champions League semi-final football match between Leipzig and Paris Saint-Germain at the Luz stadium in Lisbon on August 18, 2020. (Photo by Manu Fernandez / POOL / AFP) (Photo by MANU FERNANDEZ/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)


Betting prediction: Paris Saint-Germain 3-1 Barcelona


Baring lightning striking twice in the same competition with the same sides pitted against each other, Paris Saint-Germain are well and truly in the driving seat  after their resounding 4-1 first-leg win in Barcelona. Barca have to come to the French capital and look for goals as soon as possible, which perfectly suits the likes of Kylian Mbappé to rip them apart on the counter. PSG to win on the night again for me, and could do it by multiple goals.

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First to Score: Kylian Mbappé


It’s difficult to pick out a first goal-scorer, especially in a side like PSG’s where the likes of Mauro Icardi, Neymar, and Angel Di María also exist, but Kylian Mbappe has created a sneaky habit of being brilliant in knockout stages of competitions. His performance in the first-leg in Barcelona was sublime, and against a Barca outfit that are desperate to come out of the blocks and grab goals, his pace and sheer brilliance could see PSG take the lead early on if Barca are not careful.


Result/Both Teams to Score: PSG – Yes


A clean sheet just does not seem on here with these two. As stated above, Barca need goals and with the firepower they have, they certainly will find them. But in that same light, PSG will do as well given their own considerable assets in the final third.

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Paris Saint-Germain vs Barcelona – recent form and head to head statistics

Paris Saint-Germain FC vs FC Barcelona form
Paris Saint-Germain FC vs Bayern Munich - 0:1
RC Strasbourg Alsace vs Paris Saint-Germain FC - 1:4
Bayern Munich vs Paris Saint-Germain FC - 2:3
Paris Saint-Germain FC vs LOSC Lille - 0:1
Olympique Lyonnais vs Paris Saint-Germain FC - 2:4
Latest match form, last 5 games:
Real Madrid vs FC Barcelona - 2:1
FC Barcelona vs Real Valladolid - 1:0
Real Sociedad vs FC Barcelona - 1:6
FC Barcelona vs SD Huesca - 4:1
Paris Saint-Germain FC vs FC Barcelona - 1:1
Last 5 games for Paris Saint-Germain FC
April 13, 2021 UEFA Champions League 20/21 Paris Saint-Germain FC 0 - 1 Bayern Munich
April 10, 2021 Ligue 1 20/21 RC Strasbourg Alsace 1 - 4 Paris Saint-Germain FC
April 7, 2021 UEFA Champions League 20/21 Bayern Munich 2 - 3 Paris Saint-Germain FC
April 3, 2021 Ligue 1 20/21 Paris Saint-Germain FC 0 - 1 LOSC Lille
March 21, 2021 Ligue 1 20/21 Olympique Lyonnais 2 - 4 Paris Saint-Germain FC
Last 5 games for FC Barcelona
April 10, 2021 LaLiga 20/21 Real Madrid 2 - 1 FC Barcelona
April 5, 2021 LaLiga 20/21 FC Barcelona 1 - 0 Real Valladolid
March 21, 2021 LaLiga 20/21 Real Sociedad 1 - 6 FC Barcelona
March 15, 2021 LaLiga 20/21 FC Barcelona 4 - 1 SD Huesca
March 10, 2021 UEFA Champions League 20/21 Paris Saint-Germain FC 1 - 1 FC Barcelona
Paris Saint-Germain FC vs FC Barcelona UEFA Champions League 20/21 form
Paris Saint-Germain FC FC Barcelona
10 Matches played 8
6 Matches won 5
119 Goal attempts 139
50 Shots on goal 65
42 Shots off goal 45
47 Corner kicks 43
50% Average ball possession 57%
27 Shots blocked 29
25 Cards given 13
164 Free kicks 105
31 Offsides 14
3 Shots on post 2
2 Shots on bar 0
18 Goals by foot 17
2 Goals by head 1
21 Goals scored 18
11 Goals conceded 10
Paris Saint-Germain FC vs FC Barcelona statistics for most recent head to head matches
Paris Saint-Germain FC FC Barcelona
11 Matches 11
6 Home Matches 5
5 Away Matches 6
21 Total Goals 27
1.91 Average Goals Scored 2.45
3 Wins 4
4 Losses 3
4 Draws 4
Last 5 games & match results between Paris Saint-Germain FC and FC Barcelona
March 10, 2021 UEFA Champions League 20/21 Paris Saint-Germain FC 1 - 1 FC Barcelona
February 16, 2021 UEFA Champions League 20/21 FC Barcelona 1 - 4 Paris Saint-Germain FC
March 8, 2017 UEFA Champions League 16/17 FC Barcelona 6 - 1 Paris Saint-Germain FC
February 14, 2017 UEFA Champions League 16/17 Paris Saint-Germain FC 4 - 0 FC Barcelona
April 21, 2015 Champions League 14/15 FC Barcelona 2 - 0 Paris Saint-Germain FC


Paris Saint-Germain vs Barcelona: Match preview

Paris Saint-Germain are not infallible. Despite their perceived stature as a big European club with ambitions to win the Champions League, PSG still have quite a lot to prove. Reaching the final last season and losing to the juggernaut that is Bayern Munich is hardly a push that should be viewed as negative. It’s one more step in the right direction for a club and for an ownership group that feels that is precisely where they belong.

But the truth is their current domestic situation could shed some light on a club that maybe is not as far along as last season – or a considerable handful of them on the domestic level – seemed to suggest. Having lost on six occasions this term and sitting in second behind a Lille outfit that has only tasted defeat twice, it could be postulated that PSG being in control of this time is more indicative of the struggles going on at Barcelona.

That is not to take anything away from Mauricio Pochettino, a man who has come in and won 80% (12-1-2) of the matches he has presided over since finally getting back into management after his time at Tottenham. According to the man himself, PSG will “fight to the death” to win the Champions League. Thus far, they are very much on the right track in doing just that after pouncing on a wounded Barcelona while topping a tricky group which included RB Leipzig and Manchester United though losing on two occasions in the process.

All that matters going into the second leg is avoiding a repeat of 2017 when the Parisians blew a 4-0 first-leg lead and ended up crashing out of the competition and the hands of Barca. They may not be blitzing Ligue 1 and they are far from perfect in Europe, and last seasons run to the final does not make them an automatic favourite for a repeat, but a statement on Tuesday would go a long way to solidify their argument that they are quickly becoming European elite.

Paris Saint-Germain vs Barcelona betting tips: Preview, predictions & odds

PARIS, FRANCE – MAY 18: Kylian Mbappe of Paris Saint-Germain looks on after the champion trophy ceremony after the Ligue 1 match between Paris Saint-Germain and Dijon FCO at Parc des Princes on May 18, 2019 in Paris, France. (Photo by Aurelien Meunier – PSG/PSG via Getty Images)

Anything less than a reversal of fortunes is unacceptable for Barcelona

Much of the talk in Barcelona at current will undoubtedly revolve around Joan Laporte returning to the club as president. How the club moves forward under the Barcelona-native and career lawyer will be key. How will Ronald Koeman be replaced if the club move on from the Dutch icon? Will he turn to former club-great Xavi to take up the position on the touchline? How will he steer the club through turbulent financial straights? These are all questions that need answering, but none more than wondering if Lionel Messi will remain in Catalonia or not.

Despite the uncertain times at one of the world’s historic footballing institutions, the notion that they could crash out of the Champions League at the first hurdle in the knockout stage is unthinkable. The five-time winner of Europe’s premier club competition have not reached the final since 2014-15 when they beat Italian giants Juventus 3-1 at the Olympiastadion in Berlin. Now in the sixth season since the last time they reached the last leg of the competition, Barca – like PSG – are not topping their respective domestic league and find themselves having to convince Messi to remain in a club that could very much be on somewhat of a downturn by comparison to some other clubs.

It’s important to note that had it not been for the Blaugrana losing 3-0 at home to Juventus on matchday six of the group stage, the script to have been completely rewritten in Europe. But perhaps that loss to La Vecchia Signora should have been a warning sign along the side of the road that it could be an early exit from the competition. But there is some hope after they reversed their 2-0 first-leg defeat against Sevilla to win the second leg 3-0 and reach the final of the Copa del Rey. Further hope rests in the fact that they have reversed their fortunes against PSG before, and the fact that they still have one of the greatest footballers in history means that Barca are never truly out of it.

Paris Saint-Germain vs Barcelona betting tips: Preview, predictions & odds

Barcelona’s Argentinian forward Lionel Messi celebrates after scoring a goal during the Spanish League football match between FC Barcelona and Deportivo Alaves at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona on February 13, 2021. (Photo by LLUIS GENE / AFP) (Photo by LLUIS GENE/AFP via Getty Images)


Paris Saint-Germain team news vs Barcelona

Mauricio Pochettino will certainly be without the services of both Juan Bernat and Moise Kean when PSG plays host to Barcelona.

The Argentine headmaster is also likely to be without Neymar who is not expected to be fit in time to take part against his old club.

Angel Di María is back for the Parisians, and Alessandro Florenzi is also expected to be ready and available.

Barcelona team news vs Paris Saint-Germain

Ronald Koeman is without five first-team players when the Catalan outfit looks to invade France. Ansu Fati, Philippe Coutinho, Sergi Roberto, Ronald Araujo, and Gerard Piqué will all be unavailable for selection.

There is uncertainty over Jordi Alba a swell after he came off injured against Osasuna at the weekend, but Barca is hopeful he will be fit in time.


Predicted Paris Saint-Germain line-up vs Barcelona

Paris Saint-Germain vs Barcelona betting tips: Preview, predictions & odds


Predicted Barcelona line-up vs Paris Saint-Germain

Paris Saint-Germain vs Barcelona betting tips: Preview, predictions & odds

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This article was edited by Benjamin Newman.

Paris Saint-Germain vs Barcelona betting tips: Preview, predictions & odds

What time is kick off between Paris Saint-Germain vs Barcelona?
20:00, Wednesday 10 March 2021
What is the prediction for Paris Saint-Germain vs Barcelona?
Paris Saint-Germain 3-1 Barcelona
What are the Paris Saint-Germain vs Barcelona betting odds?
Paris Saint-Germain 11/10, Draw 16/5, Barcelona 19/10