Estádio da Luz, Lisbon, Portugal.
Sunday 23rd August 2020.
Kick-off: 21:00 (CEST).
The 2020 Champions League final will see French champions PSG looking to win their first trophy — up against German champions Bayern Munich — a team seeking to join Liverpool on six wins.
PSG are into their first final after a comprehensive 3-0 victory over RB Leipzig in the semi-finals. The semi-final was a lot more comfortable for them after coming from behind and scraping through against both Atalanta and Dortmund. The final will be a much tougher task in terms of the team they’re playing as many would argue that the draw was kind. They have the personnel to match Bayern’s quality, but can they get the job done and win the Champions League? You can back PSG at odds of 2.55 to win their first Champions League.
Route to the final
- SF - PSG 3-0 RB Leipzig
- QF - PSG 2-1 Atalanta
- R16 - PSG 3-2 Dortmund (Aggregate)
Bayern also bagged a 3-0 win during their semi-final triumph over Lyon. They were heavily favoured to win that one and the scoreline came as no surprise to anyone. Again, you’d expect PSG to pose a much tougher threat considering the talent at their disposal. They’ve looked a lot more convincing compared to their opponents and rightly enter this match as favourites, but they certainly won’t suffer from overconfidence going into this game. Bayern Munich are at 1.48 to claim a sixth Champions League trophy.
Route to the final
- SF - Bayern Munich 3-0 Lyon
- QF Bayern Munich 8-2 Barcelona
- R16 Bayern Munich 7-1 Chelsea (Aggregate)
These two sides have met before during the 2017/18 group stages of this competition with both recording comfortable home wins over the other. Both sides had different managers back then, so neither of those matches will help in terms of finding a winner here. PSG and Bayern are strong in attack with slight weaknesses at the back. The winner will be decided on which team can handle the strikers of the other. Robert Lewandowski already has 15 goals in this season’s competition and he needs a hat-trick to beat Cristiano Ronaldo’s record of 17 in a year. Can he grab a hat-trick in the final? He’s currently at 9.00 to do just that.
PSG are hoping to win their first Champions League trophy with Chelsea being the last team to achieve this back in 2012 by also beating Bayern Munich.
Injuries and suspensions
PSG: Keylor Navas and Layvin Kurzawa are both doubts.
Bayern Munich: Jerome Boateng.
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