UEFA Champions League Paris Saint-Germain vs Manchester United Preview

Following the Champions League’s kicking off, Paris Saint-Germain will lock horns with Manchester United in Parc des Princes stadium on Tuesday, 20th October 2020. The match is set to kick off by 20:00 GMT.

Looking at Paris Saint-Germain’s performance in their last games, we can see that they have done great and are ready to bring out something from nothing in the Champions League.

Following their performance in the last match against Nimes in the France-Ligue 1 tournament on Friday, 16th October, we can see how the Parisians inflicted a shameful defeat on their opponent, playing four without reply, a match Kylian Mbappe netted-in two.

The Red Devils, the reverse was the case as they suffered a shameful defeat at Old Trafford from Tottenham playing six against one on Sunday, 4th October 2020, in Premier League.

Following the two teams’ head-to-head statistics, the record made it known that the teams had only two meetings. Their first meeting was in February 2019 when they clashed in a first leg, Champion league match. In the challenging 90-minute game, Manchester defeated The Parisians playing two without a reply. A month after, Paris Saint-Germain defeated their opponent in the second leg, playing three against 1.

Looking at the team’s form guide of their last matches, we can see that The Parisians have won 5 matches and lost one without any stalemate while The Red Devils have two wins and three losses in their last five matches. According to the last matches of the two teams in the last 12 months, a record made it known that The Parisians have played 42 games, out of which, they have 34 wins, three draws, and five losses while the visiting team has won 24 matches, drawn nine and lost 12 matches in their last 45 matches.

Taking a brief look at the host’s line-up for the task ahead of them, we can see that Neymar and Kylian Mbappe, and others are fully ready to take up their game to the next level, the Champions League.

The team is still looking forward to gaining their first three points against the visiting team, Manchester United, despite the absence of Mauro Icardi, Marquinhos, and Thilo Kehrer due to their respective injuries. Danilo Pereira will not be in play in the match against Manchester United on Tuesday as he was tested positive for Coronavirus.

As for The Red Devils, Paul Pogba is on suspension as he was sent off the field in the first game while Édinson Cavani will not be joining his colleagues to tackle the Parisians due to his health status, as he was confirmed positive for the contagious virus, Coronavirus.

Match Prediction

According to the way things are, we think Paris Saint-Germain should open the tournament with a victory against the Red Devils, playing three against 1.

We predict a match odd of 1.63 for Paris Saint-Germain to win, 5.15 for Manchester United to win, and 4.38 for the team to play a draw.

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