The final Champions League group stage games take place this week and in Group H PSG will hope to cement top spot against a Juventus side who have already been knocked out.
The French giants currently sit on 11 points from five games and are ahead of Benfica by virtue of goal difference with an identical head-to-head record.
Christophe Galtier’s side are trying to break their duck and win the Champions League for the very first time and have had a strong campaign so far.
The same cannot be said for Max Allegri’s Juventus who have won one and lost four of their matches so far.
They will attempt to salvage a spot in the Europa League.
Juventus vs PSG Betting Tips
Paul Pogba’s season took another turn for the worse on Monday when it was announced he would miss the World Cup with a knee injury.
The Frenchman is awaiting his second debut with the Old Lady and will be forced to wait longer.
Juve have a plethora of injury issues, with striker Dusan Vlahovic doubtful due to an adductor injury, while Federico Chiesa, Leandro Paredes, Angel Di Maria and Bremer will sit out.
Danilo is suspended due to an accumulation of yellow cards, but Manuel Locatelli could be welcomed back to the fold.
PSG’s Neymar will be absent due to suspension, but Marco Verratti returns from a ban himself.
Danilo Periera returned to training recently, however, the Portugal international is unlikely to be risked just yet.
PSG to win and both teams to score @ 2/1
PSG have enjoyed an excellent season so far with Galtier taking no time to settle into the managerial role vacated by Mauricio Pochettino at the end of last season.
The former Lille title winner has maintained their attack-minded style of football as PSG concerns themselves more with scoring as many possible as opposed to being watertight defensively.
They have scored 36 in 13 Ligue 1 games while in the Champions League, they smashed seven past Maccabi Haifa last week.
Les Parisiens are looking to finish off the group stage in style and come up against a Juve side whose confidence will be fragile after being knocked out of the competition last week.
It marked another sorry chapter in a poor season for the Bianconeri who are seventh in Serie A.
While they have won each of their last three league matches to nil, the sheer talent in the PSG attack looks like it will be enough to get past Juve.
PSG won 2-1 in the last meeting and a similar result might be on the cards here.
Lionel Messi to score anytime @ 23/20
It is fair to say that Messi did not set the world alight in his first year as a PSG player, but this season has certainly marked an improvement from the legendary Argentinian.
He has scored 12 across all competitions, nearly matching his total of 13 from last season, is linking up brilliantly with Kylian Mbappe and has shone in Europe, with four goals in four appearances.