Champions League: Kylian Mbappe to score and PSG to win boosted to 6/1

There’s more Champions League action tonight as we look ahead to two mouthwatering quarter-final ties.

Bayern Munich and PSG are set to go toe-to-toe in a repeat of last season’s final while Chelsea travel to meet Porto for an 8pm kick-off.

Bayern Munich vs PSG

  • Kylian Mbappe to score and PSG to win – 6/1

We saw Kylian Mbappe shine in the previous round of the competition with a sensational hat-trick in the first leg of the round of 16 against Barcelona.

And if the Parisians are to overcome Bayern then the 22-year-old will surely need to star again.

Mbappe has scored 31 in 43 games in all competitions for club and country this season.

Betway have boosted Mauricio Pochettino’s side to win and Mbappe to score to 6/1.

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Porto vs Chelsea

  • Chelsea to win to nil – 2/1

We’re expecting to see a response from Chelsea after their shock 5-2 defeat to West Brom last time out.

Thomas Tuchel had overseen a 14-match unbeaten start as Chelsea manager before the Baggies took full advantage of Thiago Silva’s first-half red card last weekend.

Chelsea boasted 12 clean sheets in their 14-game unbeaten run and we fancy them to get back to their resolute ways tonight.

The Blues are odds-on to beat Porto, as they face off in Seville at a neutral venue due to Covid restrictions.

And Betway have boosted the Blues to win and keep a clean sheet to 2/1.

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