Paris Saint-Germain are the favourites to win on the night against Borussia Dortmund

PSG have scored at least three goals in four of the last five outings across competitions. Six of Dortmund’s previous seven matches in all competitions saw goals scored at both ends.

Kylian Mbappe has eight Champions League goals to his name this season.

PSG’s profligacy have Borussia Dortmund a one-goal advantage after the first leg played six days ago on German soil. The two teams meet each other once again on Tuesday evening. Can the French outfit be more prolific in the final third this time around in front of their fans at Parc des Princes?

PSG missed numerous high-profile opportunities last week in Dortmund. Kylian Mbappe and Achraf Hakimi hit the woodwork each while Ousmane Dembele fired wide on bountiful occasions against his former team. Luis Enrique’s men were free from Ligue 1 action at the weekend. They used extra time to prepare for potentially their biggest game of the season.

Borussia Dortmund were in action on Saturday afternoon. They stormed past Augsburg 5-1 at SIGNAL IDUNA PARK. Marco Reus starred with a goal and two assists just a day after announcing his departure from the beloved club.

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The outfits have a win, a draw, and a defeat each in the previous three head-to-head games.
Niclas Fullkrug’s first-half strike made all the difference in the last week’s first leg of the Champions League semi-final at SIGNAL IDUNA PARK.

Only one of the previous seven H2H clashes between these counterparts provided three or more goals.

PSG vs Borussia Dortmund Prediction
The first leg brought us just one goal but it also produced bountiful opportunities on both ends, particularly in front of Gregor Kobel’s goal. Borussia Dortmund kept their fifth clean sheet in the Champions League last week, the any team have managed so far in the competition. Nevertheless, they had so much luck to do so as PSG’s stars hit the woodwork twice last week in Germany.

PSG are ruthless in the final third in front of the home fans. They’ve scored in all of the last 24 home matches in all competitions. The Parisians also bagged at least three goals in four of the last five outings across competitions. The run includes a 4-1 victory over Barcelona in the second leg of the Champions League quarter-final tie on Spanish soil.

Both outfits were also on target in all but one of Borussia’s last seven matches across competitions. We trust PSG to convert their chances this time around but we can also hardly see them keeping a clean sheet against an inspiring Dortmund offense. The main pick would thus be PSG to win & Both Teams To Score at the 2.62 odds.

If anyone is to make the difference for the hosts on Tuesday, it is their main star Kylian Mbappe. This will be Mbappe’s last Champions League match at Parc des Princes as the Frenchman is bound to sign for Real Madrid at the end of the season.

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