Paris Saint-Germain will be hoping to put their miserable 4-1 defeat to Newcastle United behind them when they entertain AC Milan in the Champions League on Wednesday night (20:00).
Here are some of the top markets to take a look at ahead of this European clash and we feel that they could be of great value to punters.
As the hosts, PSG are viewed as the favourites to come away from this game with three points. They are valued at 7/10. A draw can be backed at 13/5, while AC Milan are the higher price of 16/5 to claim the victory.
Both teams to score is available at 4/6, while both teams to score (No) is priced at 11/10 – and AC Milan have failed to score in this competition so far.
Over 2.5 goals can be backed at 4/6, while under 2.5 goals is at the more enticing value of 11/10.
PSG will be without defenders Presnel Kimpembe and Nuno Mendes for the visit of AC Milan, while it is doubtful that Marco Asensio will be involved due to a foot problem.
AC Milan have a few injury troubles themselves. Marco Sportiello, Samuel Chukwueze, Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Ismael Bennacer are all sidelined.
Under 2.5 goals @ 11/10
This market offers great value for this contest given how lacklustre these two sides have been in the Champions League this far. AC Milan have failed to score a goal and PSG were well beaten by Newcastle last time out, while offering very little threat of their own.
PSG seem too reliant on star man Kylian Mbappe to deliver moments of magic and win games for them but at this level it is simply not enough. While AC Milan have failed to score, they are also yet to concede. They may not be emphatic going forward but defensively, they know exactly what they’re doing.
This could once again be a low-scoring affair in Europe for the Rossoneri.
Draw @ 13/5
Given how both of Milan’s opening Champions League results have gone it is hard to see the trend of draws ending here. As they enter matchday three still searching for their first goal of the campaign, there will be a lack of confidence amongst the players.
Then there is PSG. After a very poor display at St James’ Park, they will need to be considerably better if they are to bounce back with a victory in this one. Milan’s compact shape will make it difficult for them to break down and we know how much they struggled with Newcastle’s organisation a few weeks ago, so their goal threat could once again be nullified.