Bayern Munich vs PSG: German giants can avenge Paris pummelling

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Odds: Bayern Munich 29/20, Draw 27/10, PSG 17/10

Kick Off: 1945, 05/12/2017

Stadium: Allianz Arena

TV: BT Sport

Bayern Munich were given a 3-0 beating by PSG in the Champions League earlier this season but may be good value to avenge that loss on home turf.

The German giants were out of sorts when that result signalled the end of Carlo Ancelotti’s reign, but Jupp Heynckes has helped to put FC Hollywood back on track.

With a proud record of 11 straight wins in group games at this venue to protect, we reckon 29/20 is a decent price for the hosts in our Bayern Munich vs PSG betting predictions.

A Look At Bayern Munich’s Betting Odds

We were on the ball with three successful selections when Bayern Munich edged out Anderlecht 2-1 in Brussels, having previously prevailed by the same scoreline at Celtic.

That form is nothing for PSG to be afraid of, but Heynckes did take the opportunity to rotate his squad against the group outsiders.

This is a chance for Bayern to make a statement that they are still in the hunt for outright glory and we expect the big guns to be rolled out.

Thomas Muller returned from injury in Saturday’s 3-1 Bundesliga defeat of Hannover, Franck Ribery is also fit again and 21-year-old France forward Kingsley Coman has really begun to come of age.

Robert Lewandowski remains the main man up front, though, and after six goals in as many games, we like 25/1 for the Poland striker to open the scoring in a 2-1 home win for our Bayern Munich vs PSG betting tips.

A Look At Paris Saint-Germain’s Betting Odds

PSG have been setting all kinds of records this term and a run of 19 wins and two draws from their first 21 games of the season was spectacular.

In this competition, the French aristocrats have netted 24 times in five straight wins, conceding for the first time against Celtic a fortnight ago before going on to prevail 7-1.

Neymar will be going all out to become the first player to score in all six group games, so 17/20 for the Brazil ace to net at any time is sure to attract support.

However, PSG have been fragile on the road in previous campaigns and they must make this tough trip on the back of a 2-1 Ligue 1 loss at Strasbourg.

Looking at the Bayern Munich vs PSG odds, we’re tempted by 13/5 for a home win and both teams to score.

Additional stats

Last Champions League result:

PSG 7-1 Celtic – Neymar (2), Edinson Cavani (2), Kylian Mbappe, Marco Verratti, Dani Alves

Anderlecht 1-2 BAYERN MUNICH – Robert Lewandowski, Corentin Tolisso

Head-to-head: PSG 3-0 Bayern Munich, Bayern Munich 2-0 PSG, PSG 1-0 Bayern Munich, PSG 3-1 Bayern Munich, Bayern Munich 5-1 PSG

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Best bets for Bayern Munich vs PSG

Bayern Munich to win @ 29/20

Lewandowski to score first in 2-1 win @ 25/1

Neymar to score at any time @ 17/20

Bayern Munich to win and BTTS @ 13/5

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Tony has been a journalist for more than 25 years, with past positions including Press Association betting editor, Teletext Sport betting editor and Sport Newspapers deputy racing editor. A Manchester United and Salford Red Devils supporter, he spends much of his spare time walking his two pet greyhounds.