Real Madrid vs PSG Betting Tips, Prediction & UCL Odds | Wednesday 9th March
Real Madrid face PSG in the Champions League second leg on Wednesday and we have plenty of betting tips and predictions for you.
Our very own Football Ambassador Natalie Sawyer voices her opinion on the Champions League last 16 tie at the Santiago Bernabéu.
🗣️ "It's not going to be easy for PSG with their away form!"
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“If you’re missing someone as key as Mbappé, that is a huge blow for PSG & actually I am leaning towards a Real Madrid win anyway, even if Mbappé was in the side.” She said.
“This is at the Bernabéu & although Real Madrid weren’t brilliant going forward in the first leg, they’re on 13 game unbeaten run at home – so I don’t think it’ll be easy for PSG to go to Spain.
“Real Madrid have to come out firing in this one, which makes it really intuiting tie, as there is only that one goal in it.
“I just have a feeling for Real Madrid coming through & winning this second leg.
“PSG didn’t win a single away match in the group stages, which is a slight issue that Pochettino has to correct going in to this one. They’ve also lost twice in three games, those both being away from home in Ligue 1.
“They’re stuttering when it comes to traveling away from Paris, which I believe will fall neatly in the plan of Real Madrid. So if it doesn’t work out for PSG, maybe we can say bonjour to Pochettino in the Premier League next season.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Natalie Sawyer is one of the leading names in TV and Radio sports broadcasting, currently providing analysis as a Football Ambassador for BoyleSports.
A lifelong Brentford fan, she boasts a glittering CV which includes prestigious football podcast The Game and an 18-year stint at Sky Sports where she anchored Sky Sports News’ rolling coverage of the world of sport.
Nowadays Natalie’s insight is showcased on the airwaves in her role as an award-winning host on talkSPORT.
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