On December 7, 2021, at Parc des Princes, Paris, PSG will play Club Brugge in the 6th round of the UEFA Champions League. The match is part of the UEFA Champions League, in Group A. This is going to be the most competitive match of the Champions League this year. Football fans all over the world will keep an eye on the TV screen to watch it. Below is the description of the PSG vs Club Brugge match:
The PSG team will undoubtedly try to reinforce the team even further over the summer after the club lost the title in the Ligue 1 to Lille in a shock last season. As well as signing some great players, PSG also acquired Lionel Messi, one of the best players in football history. With five consecutive league wins and an 11-goal difference, PSG began the new season as expected. Due to this, club Brugge will not have many players participating in the match, such as Di Maria, Ramos, Veratti, and the like.
A direct slot for Belgium in the Champions League has been granted to that team, but the team wasn’t very lucky to finish in a group with PSG, Manchester City, and RB Leipzig. The good news is that Club Brugge has won four times, drawn twice, and lost once after seven rounds of the Belgian Jupiler League. The following players are injured and won’t play next week: Mitrovic, Perez, Providence, and Izquierdo.
Using the data that we have on these 2 teams, it appears that these teams have met 3 times over the last several seasons.
A total of 2 wins have gone to PSG, while a total of 0 have gone to Club Brugge in the previous three meetings. There has been only one draw between them.
Club Brugge is doing well on the road, while PSG performs well at home.
BTTS has been achieved 33% of the time in previous matches between PSG and Club Brugge.
PSG and Club Brugge have been averaging 3 Points Per Game in the UEFA Champions League this season.
In light of PSG’s dominance over sides from Belgium, it is hard to see how Club Brugge can emerge from this fixture with any points. It appears as though the traveling team will win big, and a 3-0 bet on PSG could be the smartest choice.
PSG to Win with Handicap (-1):
This contest will be decided in the guests’ favor, and it’s easy to see why considering PSG probably has one of the best teams in the history of football, from a potential standpoint. In the domestic championship, PSG has won its first five games, averaging 2.2 goals per match, proving this correct. Accordingly, we predict PSG will beat Club Brugge by at least two goals.
Over 3.5 Total Goals:
Our expectation is that we will see plenty of goals in this game as PSG is expected to have a convincing victory. According to their Ligue 1 stats, Paris Saint-Germain is scoring 4.2 goals per game, so they’re scoring as many goals as expected. The domestic league average for Club Brugge is 3.71 goals per game, so we predict that at least four goals will be scored this game.
We expect this game to feature many goals. We predict France’s Kylian Mbappe to score a goal in this match. Although Mbappe intended to leave Real Madrid this summer, which didn’t happen, he has been very professional. He’s tied for the top goal scorer spot with four goals in five games in France so far. It follows that he should score against Club Brugge as well.
PSG vs Club Brugge on TV:
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Teams: Paris Saint-Germain – Club Brugge
Tournament: UEFA Champions League
Date: Tuesday, 7 December 2021
Venue: Parc Des Princes, Paris
Stadium: Jan Breydelstadion (29,062)
Captain: Ruud Vormer
Chairman: Bart Verhaeghe
Manager: Philippe Clement
Competitions: First Division A position 3, Champions League (Group A)
Mostly used in the Left Wing position, Noa Lang was born in Capelle de IJssel, Netherlands. Having played his first senior match for Jong Ajax in the 2016 – 2017 season, the goalscoring Forward has scored 3 league goals in the First Division A 2021 – 2022 campaign to date coming from a total of 7 appearances.