PSG Favourite To Win at Home Against Arsenal on Tuesday

Published on September 12th, 2016 1:13 pm EST

Week 1 of the Group Stage of the 2016/17 Champions League tournament gets underway on Tuesday with a number of compelling games.

One of those is a clash between Paris Saint-Germain and Arsenal in France. Both teams are expected to easily advance to the knockout phase of the UCL tournament, as their group also includes Basel and Ludogorets Razgrad.

The first match between PSG and Arsenal takes place on Tuesday, with the return match taking place in England on November 23rd.

Paris Saint-Germain, which has struggled (at least compared to their lofty expectations) out of the gate in French Ligue 1 action, is the favourite to win at home on Tuesday. Here are the current betting odds:

PSG, 19/20
Draw, 11/4
Arsenal, 18/5

Arsenal has also gotten out to a bit of a sluggish start in league play, as they are currently sitting in 6th place in the English Premier League table.


The King is squatting in front of the football net.  Providing his opinion on the upcoming match between Paris Saint-Germain and Arsenal FC in the Champions League


According to the oddsmakers, the five likeliest outcomes of Tuesday's game look like this:

Draw 1-1, 11/2
PSG 1-0, 13/2
PSG 2-1, 15/2
PSG 2-0, 8/1
Draw 0-0, 11/1

The top anytime goalscorer odds look like this:

Edinson Cavani, 20/21
Jese, 15/8
Lucas Moura, 12/5
Olivier Giroud, 11/5
Hatem Ben Arfa, 15/8
Angel Di Maria, 2/1

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This should be one of the closest contests of the first week of Champions League action - who do you think will come out on top?

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