Liverpool Vs PSG
Match time: 20.00 BST
Liverpool Vs PSG predictions in today’s Champion’s League fixture. Read for our match preview and free betting tips.
Analysis of Liverpool Vs PSG Betting Tips
It’s been said that this year’s Champions League possesses several ‘Group of death’, but it might be evident to say a group containing previous season’s runners-up, Liverpool, French champions, Paris Saint-Germain, Italian giant, Napoli, and Serbian Super Liga champions, Red Star Belgrade just, narrowly, narrowly, edge out other groups in contention for entertainment and unpredictability.
Group C Champions League opener begins when Liverpool go head to head against PSG in what would be classed as “The Battle of the Triumvirates”.
The English club has had a sublime start to the season, with strong purchases made in the transfer market. Not enough to have bought the world’s most expensive defender in the winter break, the Reds shelled out the cash for what was then the world’s most expensive goalkeeper.
With all of the key positions in place, the Reds have launched what could be one of the most aggressive title charges, and the ricocheting effect of this promises to trickle down to their European adventure.
French giants, PSG, however, picked up the last season’s Ligue 1 trophy without so much of a hassle, with Les Parisiens beating their closest opponents, AS Monaco, with a humbling 13 points difference. the Parisians have begun the new season on a rout, with wins in all matches this season, with the season’s opener 3 – 0 convincing win over Caen and a 4 – 0 blitz past Saint-Etienne.
Under the spotlights at the Anfield Stadium, would reveal side-by-side contenders for the most potent attacking frontline in Europe, with the trio of last season’s Premier League Golden Boot winner, Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane coming against Ligue 1 Player of the Year, young player of the season, and front lineup for Ligue 1 team of the season in Kylian Mbappe, Edinson Cavani and Neymar.
The French club would be looking to lay down a marker, after having departed the competition unceremoniously the previous season in the loss to Real Madrid, while Liverpool, usurped by inexperience in cup finals, would be aiming to repudiate the belief as unlikely contenders for the trophy.
- Over 2.5