If this is not some bad luck sticking to the skin of PSG as the big events approach, the turn of events seems to give the Parisian club a real favorite status in the race for the supreme title. So, is this the right year for Paris in the Champions League?
Let us say it frankly, despite the customary hazards of PSG with the approach of major meetings – and that stubborn bad luck which likes to fill the Parisian infirmary at the most inopportune moments – the C1 quarter-final coming between the capital club and Atalanta Bergamo is not supposed to thwart the logic of the hierarchy. La Dea has no solid benchmark among the continental elite, while Paris has paid to learn in recent years. The last four of the Champions League, thus, seems promised to the men of Thomas Tuchel.
Beyond this quarter without return, this first chopper match, the Parisians can see it coming. Potentially Atlético and its block still difficult to move. Be careful, however, of an RB Leipzig which does not lack assets.
The LyonnaisThey have certainly fallen into “the wrong part of the table”, first inheriting Juve – brilliantly dismissed – and now facing Manchester City – the other big favorite in the competition.
And if they accomplish a new feat, Rudi Garcia’s players will have to go through another giant of the continent: Messi’s Barça or Lewandowski’s Bayern.
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Average odds (via Oddschecker): 250 to 1
Mission impossible for the Blues after their 3-0 defeat in the first leg against Bayern …
Remember last February 26
It was on a goal by Lucas Tousart in the 31st minute that the Lyonnais made the difference in the first leg. A not unfortunate outcome for the Gones, which overall, in statistics, were dominated. The Bianconeri had the ball 62% of the time, managed 576 passes against 303 to the credit of their hosts and shot ten times on goal – against six for OL. The only downside, the Ronaldo and others have only scored once in these ten attempts.
Average odds (via Oddschecker): 66 to 1
Barça will already have to be released at Camp Nou, after the 1-1 first leg at San Paolo. And then the rest of the picture is terrible …
Average odds (via Oddschecker): 28 to 1
It will already be necessary to turn the tide against Manchester City before considering going to the end … Rarely has Real’s rating been so bad …
Average odds (via Oddschecker): 16 to 1
Without Timo Werner, it will be difficult for RBL, who will not be favorites against Atlético.
Average odds (via Oddschecker): 14 to 1
The rating of the Old Lady has fallen. Because of his defeat in Lyon? Of his timid performances in Serie A? Of his difficult part of the painting? Probably a bit of all three.
Average odds (via Oddschecker): 12 to 1
No one would have bet on him at the start of the season, but the Bergamo club have the means to surprise. PSG is warned …
Average odds (via Oddschecker): 9 to 1
Big change compared to last February. After creating a sensation against Liverpool, Atlético offered themselves a ticket to the quarterfinals. Experienced, the formation of Simeone can dream of the final.
Average odds (via Oddschecker): 8 to 1
Having Lionel Messi is not always enough. Barely in La Liga, Barça is not the No. 1 favorite of this C1 …
Average odds (via Oddschecker): 5 to 1
With his ticket in his pocket for the quarterfinals, and a picture far from being unfavorable, PSG rose to 3rd place among favorites according to English bookmakers …
Average odds (via Oddschecker): 3 to 1
Winner in the first leg in Madrid, Manchester City is always cut out to go far. Especially since Guardiola absolutely wants this C1.
Average odds (via Oddschecker): 3 to 1
In 2020, the Bavarian machine crushes everything in its path. What if this is the team to beat in this Champions League?