Luis Enrique is back home, where he made quite a history. Only this time, he won’t be leading Barcelona but PSG. The Saints need a miracle for themselves here, following a 3-2 loss in the first meeting. We’ll see if the Spaniard can pull out something against his former club.

Before Betting on Barcelona vs. PSG

The Spanish team used PSG’s flaws perfectly in the first meeting, scoring three goals in Paris and showing what their biggest weapon in the past was—clinical finishing. For the moment, Xavi’s unit is playing perfect football and rides a six-game winning streak.

They were routine and rational this Saturday night against Cadiz, whom they defeated 0-1 on the road, saving energy and focus for the rematch against PSG. Barcelona has four triumphs in a row at home, which is not Camp Nou but the Olympic Stadium. That’s because of the renovation of their ground. By the way, in three of those four victories, we haven’t seen the guests scoring.

PSG was free this weekend, and the Saints had time to see where they did wrong and what to do to correct all those mistakes. Though, according to some sources, the atmosphere is not good again because of Mbappe’s everlasting desire to leave and to put his ego in front of the team’s needs. All the speculations about that appeared in the media again, and for sure, even if it isn’t true, it will impact the team and the fans. 

The French champs didn’t lose for the past 13 events on the road, winning ten of them, and all the wins were included them netting at least two goals. However, when looking at the Champions League matches only, their record is one win, one tie, and two losses.

Barcelona vs. PSG UEFA Champions League Offshore Betting Odds

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The Blaugrana is very effective in its performances these days, and we don’t think they will allow PSG to develop their usual game. We mean that the game won’t have a high intensity and that 2 or 3 goals are an optimal outcome.