101 Great Goals prediction: Real Madrid 2-1 PSGReal Madrid to beat PSG 2-1 is 8/1 with Paddy Power.
Real Madrid’s domestic form may be less than impressive, but their unbeaten Champions League record at the Bernabeu stretches as far back as March 2015.
Real Madrid vs PSG: Who will win?
The bookies have the match pretty even. Real Madrid are slight 7/5 favourites.
PSG are 7/4 to win, while the draw is 13/5.
We predict a few goals in the game. Back over 2.5 goals at 4/6 while the under is 7/4.
Think PSG will bottle it? Back against both teams scoring at 15/8, and BTTS is 4/11.
Cristiano Ronaldo is 4/1 to score first, while Sergio Ramos (he always scores!) is 17/2 to score anytime.
Neymar is 9/2 to score the last goal in the game. Dani Alves is 13/2 to score anytime.100/1 Man City, Real, Juve & Liverpool all to win with Betfair.
Real Madrid vs PSG: Champions League Round of 16 preview
Real Madrid host Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday night for the first leg of their Champions League round of 16 tie.
Los Blancos finished runners up in Group H, behind Tottenham Hotspur but above Borussia Dortmund.
PSG, meanwhile, cruised into the knockout stage after finishing above Bayern Munich, Celtic and Anderlecht in Group B.
Unai Emery’s side sit top of the Ligue 1 table, 12 points above 2nd-place Monaco.
A second-half own goal earned PSG a 1-0 win at Toulouse on Saturday, extending their winning streak to six matches in all competitions.
PSG averaged more than 4 goals per game in the group stages, scoring an incredible 25 times in their six matches, while conceding just four.
Due to a number of cup matches, Wednesday’s game will be PSG’s fifth consecutive match away from home, although that hasn’t hampered them so far.Claim a £20 free bet on Real Madrid vs PSG with Paddy Power.
Real Madrid are enduring one of their worst seasons in recent memory, although the defending Champions League holders are still in contention to win a third straight European Cup.
Cristiano Ronaldo managed to score in every single group stage match, netting an incredible nine times en route to the knockout stage.
Zinedine Zidane’s side remain 4th in La Liga following Saturday’s 5-2 win over Real Sociedad. By Madrid’s standards, their recent record of 4 wins in their last nine is well below par.
Since April 2014, Madrid have played 18 Champions League matches at the Bernabeu, winning 15 and drawing 3, while keeping a clean sheet in half of those games.
The 2nd leg will take place on 6 March at the Parc des Princes.Claim a £30 free bet on Real Madrid vs PSG with Dafabet
The Barcelona factor
Of course, PSG return to Spain after their incredible collapse against Barcelona in last season’s Champions League.
Many argue that had PSG not imploded so spectacularly, maybe Neymar wouldn’t have joined.
Real Madrid pose a serious question to PSG: do they have the mental capacity to knock out one of European football’s big boys?
PSG have never reached the semifinals of the Champions League.
Have they finally bought some mental strength or will they flop again?
Real Madrid team news vs PSG
Dani Carvajal is suspended for the first leg, meaning Nacho will likely start at right-back.
Dani Ceballos is set to miss out with a sprained ankle, while Jesus Vallejo has a thigh injury.Claim a £100 free bet on Real Madrid vs PSG with Royal Panda
PSG team news vs Real Madrid
A number of injury doubts could see former Real Madrid duo Lassana Diarra and Angel Di Maria handed starts against their former employers.
Thiago Motta is back in training but remains a doubt for Wednesday.
A hip injury could see striker Edinson Cavani miss out.
Lavyin Kurzawa, Hatem Ben Arfa are also likely to miss out for the visitors.
Real Madrid predicted line-up vs PSG
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