A look ahead to Sunday’s Champions League Final – Bayern Munich. Vs Paris Saint German

With many entering Europe’s biggest competition, it has come down to the final two teams who face each other in Lisbon at 8 pm GMT; and what a mouther-watering clash we have on our hands between the German and French Champions.

Both runaway winners in their respective leagues, both fantastic on the eye with slick, fluid, and sexy football, and both hungry to add some more silverware to the cabinet for this season and this trophy is more important to both clubs than anyone that they’ve previously won – the UEFA Champions League.

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Bayern understandably go into this tie as the favorite with the bookies, and there’s no argument as to why this is. Since the return of sport, in which the German led with this and the Bundesliga was the first league in which started playing again, Bayern Munich hasn’t lost a game. In fact, they have been immense, unplayable, and unstoppable with so much flair all over the pitch in a very well-balanced side.

They really showed this in the semi-finals where they plucked apart Barcelona, easily dispatching them 8-2 on the night in a thoroughly empathic win on their road to the final. They go into the tie at 21/20 at many bookies and we believe almost certain to win.

The challengers are none other than Paris Saint German, a side that definitely shouldn’t be overlooked even if they are playing the mighty Bayern Munich. A front three of Neymar Jr, Mbappe, and Di Maria would cause any team in the world problems and PSG will look to take advantage of a potential weak point in defense of Munich.

With Lyon looking quite dangerous in the first half against Munich, and they will be kicking themselves because they definitely should have scored at least once, PSG will be looking to be more clinical than their French rivals – something that with that front three are more likely to do. Priced at 23/10, they might be something to look at if you fancy a bit of a punt.

Sports fans will not just be excited to see Europe’s best go head to head on Sunday evening, they will just be excited in general that sport is back on the big screens after lockdown restrictions prevented any live sporting event from happening so they have all had to be canceled or rearranged.

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