Heights – 1. PSG – Liverpool
Home away from home in Paris?
Champions League's most unsuccessful match so far this season stands for the door. After several surprising results in Group C, the group is still open at the end with two remaining rounds. One of the foremost favorites, PSG, and last year's finals, Liverpool, both risk losing advances.
In front of the meeting, it is advantageous for the English people to join the group on six sticks together with Naples. PSG finds a point behind after crossing the last two rounds against the Italians. Lost here for the French giants while Naples defeats the Red Star, thus means the league of the Champions League for Thomas Tuchels ratings.
There has also been a lot of concern in Paris before the meeting. The stars Neymar and Kylian Mbappé missed the weekend's league match against Toulouse (1-0) after incurring easier damage during the national team break. However, it should only have been a security measure and both appear to be available before Wednesday's match.
Liverpool was on Vicarage Road on Saturday and stood there for a nice performance. The team looked improved compared to before the break and could finally take a comfortable 3-0 victory. Mohamed Salah stood for another goal and important was also that Roberto Firmino had to make their first goal in a month.
When the team met at Anfield, it was a wonderful entertainment. PSG then picked up a 0-2 substandard in vain when said Firmino settled in the 92nd minute. There, Liverpool was clearly better team and should have settled significantly earlier.
Other conditions here when it is the Parc des Princes which hosts the heavyweight meeting. The Reds have two straight losses on Champions League defeat and have also been nullified in both matches. 0-2 most recently against the Red Star was a real jubilee there Jürgen Klopps does not feel at all where to recognize.
Here, of course, there will be no mistake on the charge, but obviously it will be tough for the English. PSG has only lost a CL match at home since spring 2015, against Real Madrid last season.
I'm weighting one here and think it's a perfectly reasonable nail if it's around 40-45 percent. At the same time, Liverpool is a team that can never be eliminated. Therefore, ensure that the capital is sufficient.
Missing the match
Colin Dagba, PSG (Thigh injury)
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Liverpool (Crossbones Injury)
Jesé, PSG (hip injury)
Adam Lallana, Liverpool (Muscular injury)
Joe Gomez, Liverpool (ankle injury)
Spikes – 2. Tottenham – Inter
Spurs win again!
In Group B, there is not much excitement but the battle for the second place behind Barcelona lives to the highest extent. There is the law that collapses at Wembley that makes up for the advancement. Should Tottenham have the chance to norpa that place requires victory against Inter in London.
Given what game Spurs showed up this weekend, there are good conditions for it. Mauricio Pochettino's crew stood for the season's best bet in London substitution against Chelsea. The Lilywhites invited there on speedy and fancy attacking football, especially in the first half, where they largely rolled out Chelsea completely. It was also a pleasure that two players who had a goalkeeper problem during the fall, Parts Alli and Heung-Min Son both got to paint.
However, injury is still not optimal for Tottenham. Mousa Dembélé and Davinson Sánchez missing and Kieran Trippier and Danny Rose is question mark. By contrast, was Jan Vertonghen back on the bench last and is available. In addition, it has Argentine mid-range talent Juan Foyth impressed when he got the chance.
Inter took a stable weight against the bottom layer Frosinone last Saturday. 3-0, the numbers were written after the acquisition Keita Baldé stood for his first two goals in the blue-black shirt. There could also be Luciano Spalletti cost to rest key players like Mauro Icardi, Miranda and Ivan Perisic.
A rested Inter who comes to London so, but the feeling is still that is not enough. If Spurs arrive at the same level as this weekend, the Italians are simply not at the same level. Much speaks for Tottenham picking a three-point striker and making the thrill of second place untidy before the final round. Spike one at Wembley!
Missing the match
Mousa Dembélé, Tottenham (ankle injury)
Davinson Sánchez, Tottenham (thigh injury)
Dalbert Henrique, Inter (injury)
Kieran Trippier, Tottenham (Lung injury)
Danny Rose, Tottenham (Lung injury)
Sime Vrsaljko, Inter (Thigh injury)
Bang? – 3. PSV – Barcelona
Fourth straight without victory for Barca?
In the same group as Tottenham and Inter, PSV is set against Barcelona in Eindhoven. The match is not of any significance even though the Spaniards secure the group victory at three points, while PSV still has a theoretical chance to solve third place.
It obviously opens up for the home team, which has to be really tagged to beat the giants from Catalonia on the nose. PSV has stood up well against both Tottenham and Inter at home but lost the lead twice a second.
In the league game, the red white has gone the better. There has Mark van Bommels The man made a magical opening and scored a maximum of 39 points in 13 rounds. The goal difference 46-5 on these matches is at least brutal. Certainly, resistance is not always the best, but at the same time it says a lot about the offensive quality of PSV.
Barcelona played 1-1 this weekend away against Atlético Madrid after Ousmane Dembélé acknowledged late. The effort there was nothing wrong but it is also clear that Ernesto Valverde does not get the whole team's knowledge. Three straight match games without victory, the Catalans have now gone, which does not belong to the vanities.
Blaugrana is also strongly decimated to the Netherlands. Luis Suárez incurred an injury to Atlético and is not available. It's also not important plays like Rafinha and Ivan Rakitic. Philippe Coutinho also seems to miss the event. However, there are Lionel Messi with the guests' squad.
Of course, the Spanish champions carry a clear favorite of the Philips Stadium, but at the same time PSV will not be underestimated in Eindhoven. The motivation should be in the home team and get the red-white full hit they are definitely capable of interfering with a bit tired Barcelona at the moment. Jaga's dividend is this absolutely right match to guard. I enter all the characters and hope for PSV.
Missing the match
Ryan Thomas, PSV (Crossbone Injury)
Luis Suárez, Barcelona (knee injury)
Rafinha, Barcelona (crossbone injury)
Ivan Rakitic, Barcelona (thigh injury)
Sergi Roberto, Barcelona (thigh injury)
Thomas Vermaelen, Barcelona (thigh injury)
Jasper Cillessen, Barcelona (knee injury)
Philippe Coutinho, Barcelona (thigh injury)
Arthur, Barcelona (lung injury)