Champions league betting review

    Ole Gunnar Unbeated

    Manchester United vs PSG

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer may have proven to be a revelation at Old Trafford since taking over from Jose Mourinho on a temporary basis in December, but this will be the Norwegian’s biggest test yet.

    The Red Devils are unbeaten since Solskjaer’s arrival, winning all but 1 of their 11 competitive matches and only faltering in a surprise 2-2 draw against Burnley at the end of January. They face Ligue 1 champions PSG in the Champions League knockout stages, and a positive result at Old Trafford on Tuesday would be a huge boost to their chances. They have since bounced back from that stutter with victories over Leicester and Fulham, pushing them into the top 4 of the Premier League against all the odds.

    PSG may be flying clear at the top of Ligue 1, but they have had a few difficulties recently. PSG might be a huge test of their abilities, but it’s not like Manchester United have had it all easy recently. They have picked up massive wins away to both Tottenham and Arsenal, so they have had some big game success since Solskjaer’s arrival.

    To make matters worse, Edison Cavani picked up an injury, with Neymar already on the side lines PSG’s attacking threat could be significantly reduced on Tuesday.

    Kylian Mbappe on their roster Les Parisiens are still a force to be reckoned with, and we’re still expecting this to be an entertaining clash. Manchester United, for all their improvement, are still very shaky at the back.

    Over 2.5 Goals and Both teams to score on Tuesday are both good picks.

    Roman vs Porto – Both Teams To Score

    Last season’s knockout stages were defined by incredible scorelines, and Roma’s disparity in home and away form contributed to the excitement massively.This season the I Giallarossi managed to win 3 of their 6 group stage matches, losing to Real Madrid in both fixtures and falling to a disappointing loss at Viktoria Plzen. Still, the knockout stages were where they came alive last term and they will be hoping for the same this term.

    FC Porto aren’t a team to be taken lightly though. They beat Galatasaray and Lokomotiv Moscow away from home and only dropped points when they visited Schalke.

    Meanwhile, Roma enjoy scoring goals in the Champions League outings but have also conceded in 11 of them. Whereas Porto are on fire in front, therefore we’re expecting the Portuguese giants to trouble the Roma defence on Tuesday.

    So we like the look of Both Teams to Score for this clash.