UEFA Champions League correct score prediction: PSG and Los Blancos to enjoy control

Get our UEFA Champions League correct score betting tips, with plenty to play for in the second leg round of 16 fixtures.

Six-time Champions League winners Bayern Munich face a big test as they attempt to overturn a one goal deficit against Lazio. Elsewhere, European giants Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain will be looking to extend their aggregate leads and progress to the Champions League quarter-finals.

Will Carlo Ancelotti's Real Madrid reach the UCL quarter-finals? – Photo by Icon Sport

UEFA Champions League correct score betting tips – Our picks

Real Sociedad vs Paris Saint-Germain – PSG Win 1-0

Real Sociedad face a tough task against visiting PSG on Tuesday. The La Liga outfit trail 2-0 following a challenging trip to Paris, where Sociedad saw just 39% possession and had no shots on target.

Imanol Alguacil’s side will not be particularly confident about overcoming PSG following poor recent form. Sociedad have notched just one victory in their last nine in all competitions. The Reale Arena has hardly been a fortress of later either, as Erreala has lost three straight matches on home soil.

PSG head into this contest in much better form than their Spanish opponents. Luis Enrique’s outfit are undefeated in 20 consecutive fixtures and have won 14.

Les Parisiens have not been at their absolute best recently, drawing their last two against Rennes (1-1) and Monaco (0-0). But the reigning Ligue 1 champions will be confident of returning to winning ways against a confidence-lacking Sociedad.

Bayern Munich vs Lazio – 1-1 Draw

Bayern Munich have failed to win in three of their last five matches – Photo by Icon Sport

Bayern Munich have been unable to halt a recent dip in form that has led to three defeats and a draw in five. One of the three losses came at the Stadio Olimpico against Lazio (1-0) as the Rome side frustrated the Bavarians before Ciro Immobile dispatched a 69th-minute penalty.

Thomas Tuchel’s side followed that defeat with another shock loss to Bochum (3-2), and Die Roten threw away a 2-1 lead and drew 2-2 at Freiburg last time out.

Lazio is also in unconvincing recent form, and an impressive Champions League campaign has been a welcome distraction for Maurizio Sarri’s men. The Eagles have lost three of their subsequent four Serie A matches since stunning Bayern two weeks ago. A sole victory at mid-table Torino (2-0) was Lazio’s only positive league result.

However, the Rome-based side has something to hold onto heading to the Allianz Arena for the second leg. While Lazio may not produce the same heroics they did at the Stadio Olimpico, they certainly can hold their slender aggregate lead with another defiant performance in Germany.

Real Madrid vs RB Leipzig – Real Madrid Win 2-0

Can Real Madrid extend their UCL unbeaten run? – Photo by Icon Sport

Real Madrid are well placed to reach the Champions League quarter-finals for a fourth consecutive season. Los Blancos have a 1-0 aggregate lead over RB Leipzig thanks to Brahim Díaz’s second-half goal at the Red Bull Arena.

That triumph came during Real Madrid’s current nine-match unbeaten streak, with six wins and three draws. It also maintained Los Blancos’ 100% winning record in the Champions League this season, including home victories over Union Berlin (1-0), Braga (3-0), and Napoli (4-2).

Leipzig then faces a mammoth battle if they are to remain in the 2023/24 Champions League. The Red Bulls are winless in seven of their last 10 in all competitions, with their sole away victory in this spell coming at relegation-threatened Bochum (4-1).

Real Madrid is a well-drilled outfit under Ancelotti, and the 14-time UCL champions have abundant attacking and defensive qualities. A comfortable Los Blancos home win is anticipated against an underperforming Leipzig side.

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