PSG v Bayer Leverkusen live stream to watch online, with Paris St Germain taking all the bets in the Champions League at a price of 4/9, according to Bet635 this evening.
The French have a commanding lead going into tonight’s game as the popular Stoke based firm also report they have a variety of liver feeds from across Europe this week.
How to Watch PSG v Bayer Leverkusen Live Streaming + free bet offer for tonight:
PSG will look to confirm their place in the quarter-finals when they welcome Bayern Leverkusen to Paris later thos evening.
Laurent Blanc’s side will head into the clash leading 4-0 from the first leg thanks to goals from Zlatan Ibrahimovic (2), Yohan Cabaye and Blaise Matuidi and they will fancy their chances of adding to tally in front of their home fans.
PSG have enjoyed a strong season to date, resisting the challenging of fellow “noveau riche” Ligue 1 side Monaco to lead the domestic standings by 8 points not to mention being on the brink of surpassing their Champions League exploits of last season.
On that occasion PSG bowed out after a titanic battle with Barcelona however after their dominant performance in Germany they have one foot in the last eight.
Leverkusen meanwhile will head into the game in miserable form after surrendering second place in the Bundesliga after just two wins in their last 9 games, and they have not won in the league since a 1-0 over Borussia Monchengladbach in February.
Coupled with their poor form Sami Hyppia’s side also have to contend with PSG formidable home record and strong defence
The Parisians have lost just once at home since November 2012 – with Montpellier running out surprise 2-1 winners in the Coupe de France in January while they have been hard to break down at the back conceding just 18 league goals all season with a further four conceded in the Champions league.
While their defence has been rock solid, so too has their forward line and with Zlatan Ibrahimovic in arguably the form of his life PSG have every reason to fancy their chances of not just reaching the quarter-finals but of winning the competition.
The club are set to welcome back Ibra’s strike partner Edinson Cavani after he missed the weekend win over Bastia due to a personal matter
Such is the level of confidence around the club at the moment that Blanc has already spoken about who he would like to avoid in the next round, telling Le Monde “We negotiated the first leg. And brilliantly so,”
“Now we must finish the job.
“I would like to avoid Barcelona, Real Madrid and particularly Bayern Munich.
“For four years Bayern is always present in the last four. They lost two finals. It is a club that should be avoided, but we do not control the draw.”