Benfica-Dortmund and PSG-Barcelona Previews & Betting Tips

Champions League: Previews & Betting Tips for Benfica-Borussia Dortmund and PSG-Barcelona scheduled on Tuesday 14 February (Last 16 Stage).


Champions League: Previews & Betting Tips for Benfica-Borussia Dortmund and PSG-Barcelona scheduled on Tuesday 14 February (Last 16 Stage).

Benfica-Dortmund and PSG-Barcelona Previews

Betting tips, previews and accumulators on Premier League matches scheduled on Tuesday 31nd January and Wednesday 1st February.


Benfica-Borussia Dormtund could be one of the most exciting last 16 matches indeed both sides have offensive gamestyles and a long history in the competition.
Portuguese side have reached UCL last 16 stage twice in the last 6 seasons, while Borussia could reach the quarterfinals for the 3rd time in this decade.
Looking at the tables Benfica are the less competitive side among remaining 16 ones looking at their 8 points conquered in the group stage and the 10 goals conceded.
Germans ,instead, won their group preceding Real Madrid and scoring a total of 21 goals which represents the new record of goals scored in the Champions League Group Stage.
Usually first legs of such important competitions are played with caution which is something missing in both sides' attitude.
Lately coach Tuchel has often changed scheme adopting also a 3-men defence but the approach is still very offensive and however a 4-men defense is expected in Portugal with Piszczek and Schmelzer as lateral backs and Sokratis and Bartra as centrals.
Borussia has had too many lacks in continuity so far but can still be lethal in a single game considering the big number of shoot attempts they make every single match.
In our opinion actual Benfica is weaker than the previous of the past season able to reach Champions League Quarter Finals: Summer transfermarket saw Renato Sanches transferred to Bayern Munich and Gaitan to Atletico Madrid.
We set Borussia Dortmund as favourite for the qualification but we hardly see them prevailing in Estadio da Luz: Dortmund have only won once in their last 6 matches on the road and have been conceding at least a goal in their away matches since September.


PSG reached this stage getting a second place with 12 points, two below Arsenal.
With a new manager Unai Emery and without Zlatan Ibrahimovic moved to Manchester, PSG are facing the most competitive Ligue 1 in years.
They currently occupy the 2nd position, 3 points below Monaco and 2 points above Nice in 3rd position.
PSG have been undefeated since the second part of December and are also in a great moment of form.
Although most people think Barcelona are favourite, Emery has highlighted how his players do not feel (comprehensibly) any sense of inferiority.
Barcelona reached this stage by winning a tough Group C with Manchester City, Borussia Monchengladbach and Celtic.
They are currently 2nd in the Liga where have often struggled but Sunday's great 0-6 win in Vitoria-Gasteiz vs Alaves has shown once again how they can be dangerous when attacking.
Mascherano will not be part of the match due to a right leg injury and that's an heavy absence because Umtiti and Piquè sometimes lack in continuity and make avoidable mistakes.
Also Arda Turan will not join the rest of the team because of a muscular injury.
Home side can not count on the injured Thiago Silva and Pastore and the suspended Thiago Motta.
Barcelona is favourite for the qualification but PSG have showed great things in the last two months: this match is expected to be a nice show where goals should not be missing.



BENFICA: Ederson, Nelson Semedo, Luisao, Lindelöf, Eliseu, Fejsa, Pizzi, Salvio, Cervi, Jonas, Mitroglou.
BORUSSIA DORTMUND: Bürki, Piszczek, Sokratis, Bartra, Schmelzer, Weigl, Castro, Guerreiro, Dembelé, Reus, Aubameyang.


PARIS SG: Aréola (Trapp); Meunier (or Aurier), Marquinhos, Kimpembe, Maxwell; Verratti, Rabiot, Matuidi; Draxler, Di Maria, Cavani.
BARCELONA: Ter Stegen; Sergi Roberto, Piqué, Umtiti, Alba; Busquets, Iniesta, Rakitic; Neymar, Messi, Suarez.


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