PSG vs Dortmund – Champions League – PSG and Dortmund face off this Wednesday night in Paris
PSG vs Dortmund – on a match of the 2nd leg of the Champions League’s 8th finals.
PSG occupies the 1st place of Ligue 1 with 68 points conquered, thanks to a record of 22 victories, 2 draws and 3 losses.
In terms of goals, they count with 75 goals scored and 24 goals conceded, which results on an average of 3.7 goals per match.
Their record at home has been good, with the team getting 12 wins on the 14 rounds played in front of their own fans. They are coming off a victory by 5-1 on the trip to Lyon in the Coupe de France.
Dortmund is in 2nd place of the Bundesliga with 51 points conquered, thanks to a record of 15 victories, 6 draws and 4 losses.
Their goalscoring ratio counts with 68 goals scored and 33 goals conceded, with the team presenting an average of 4 goals per match.
Their record away from home has been average, with the team getting 6 wins on the 13 rounds played as visitors. On the last round, they’ve gotten a victory by 2-1 on the visit to Monchengladbach.
Similarly to what we saw on the 1st leg encounter that finished with Dortmund’s victory by 2-1, I believe that we will see a lot of goals here as well.
The draw decided that this knockout round brought together two of the best teams in the world in terms of what is their offensive production and because of that, they should both offer their contribution towards the “Over” line being surpassed.
PSG is a goalscoring machine, independently of the stadium where they’re playing on and they should score some goals here, even because they are forced to scoring at least 1 if they want to advance on the competition.
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PSG vs Dortmund – Betting Tips: :
The Parisian side comes into this match on a hot scoring streak with 13 goals scored on their last 3 matches, but their weaknesses are clear when it comes to defending and in that sense,
Dortmund, as a super strong team offensively speaking should also leave their mark on the scoreline, reminding that we would need to go back 4 months until the last match where the German side failed to score.
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